I’ve been thinking about some new creations and am currently looking at taking a few of them further. From hats through to fitness accessories. I’m talking to some interesting people to see how I can make some of them a reality. For example, I’ve I had a teleconference with the cool guys at powerliftingbelts.org yesterday and I’ve got another with a major player tomorrow. So all in all it’s safe to say that I’m very excited!!
My daughter has recently shown a very keen interest into gymnastics. At first I was a little concerned with some of the safety stuff. Nobody wants to see their child doing back flips without the correct safety procedures in place. But after some research online, I was very happy for her to get started.
Children obviously benefit from having active lifestyles and taking part in sports. Paediatrics believe that taking part in sport allows children to improve their social skills as well as physically. It is widely believed that gymnastics is the fullest way for children to get exercise as it develops their coordination, discipline, balance and flexibility Both recreational or competition based gymnastics will benefits the overall development of a child.
Taking part in gymnastics will help a child to become active physically and stay healthy in the longer term. Participating in any exercise greatly lowers the chances of diabetes, obesity and heart disease later in life. At present, 1 in 3 children living in the USA are overweight and it’s believed that habits learnt as a child are usually carried all the way to being an adult. Taking part in gymnastics can teach toddlers and infants to have a healthy lifestyle which stays with them as they grow.
Participating in exercise and gymnastics can improve a child’s sleep as well as equipping them with skills to handle emotional challenges better. Gymnastics classes will also give children the chance to learn social skill such as listening, being quiet, following instructions, taking turns and respecting other children.
Gymnastics requires concentration and commitment and classes are structured to teach children that dedication and hard works pays off in the long run. These experiences in gymnastics will improve their confidence and shows that physical commitment benefits them. They will also learn the importance of safety and respecting the rules.
How to get your toddler into gymnastics
Children can be entered in to gymnastics classes at their school or local community center. It’s important to ensure that you inform your child how much fun they will have at their gymnastics class and to make the whole experience as exciting as possible. Many parents take the first few classes with their child until they make new friends. As they become more confident, they will likely benefit from the correct clothing. There are many toddlers leotards for gymnastics available as well as other items such as the correct footwear. By starting gymnastics at a young age, they will be far ahead of many other children at the same age.
I’ve been gone a while but it’s great to be back. This is my first post on my new website and I’m very excited to share with everyone what I have been doing during my time away and also my thoughts on the various things happening in the world. Also, feel free to contact me on my contact page with any questions that you might have.