Why Gymnastics Is A Sport

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The healing power of sport: Native Detroiter to bring gymnastics to Detroit 09/18/15, via Michronicleonline

Second of all, Wendy Hilliard is a USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame Member. She was the first African-American to represent the US in rhythmic gymnastics and hold the esteemed title of “Master of Sport” because she personally coached an Olympian in 1996.

The Guardian (blog)

Rugby World Cup upsets, wheel gymnastics and insane slacklining 09/10/15, via The Guardian (blog)

2) You didn't know you were into wheel gymnastics, did you? Well you are now. This second-placed effort and this sixth-placed finish from the 2013 world championships in Chicago are unusual enough, but this, the championship winning display, is surreal 

Gymnastics-Not Just A Sport


Gymnastics Its being able to do things most people can only dream of doing Its being with your team more than anyone else Its being able to remember every .

The healing power of sport: Native Detroiter to bring gymnastics to Detroit - Michronicleonline

First of all, Wendy Hilliard is expanding her Harlem-based Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation to her native Detroit. She anticipates that the doors will be opening to her new facility by fall 2016, although her organization is currently looking at the State Fairgrounds and another location as possible sites for construction. Second of all, Wendy Hilliard is a USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame Member. She was the first African-American to represent the US in rhythmic gymnastics and hold the esteemed title of “Master of Sport” because she personally coached an Olympian in 1996. She was the first African -American President of the Women’s Sports... The year 2016 marks the 20 anniversary of her own foundation, which has brought the benefits of healthy athletic competition and participation – in gymnastics as well as other non-traditional sports – to thousands of kids who might otherwise never... Third, in the interest of full disclosure, Wendy Hilliard is my sister-in-law. “What we really want to focus on more is the non-traditional Olympic sports, the things where kids can really make an impact and that are not usually offered in the city,” she said. By ‘non-traditional’ sports, Hilliard lists boxing, wrestling and fencing as examples, although there will also be room for some of the more traditional such as soccer and basketball. If there is one thing Detroit needs more than downtown development – as great as that is – it is more programs and activities for Detroit’s young people. So when students are exposed to non-traditional sports there’s more opportunity to move up faster” than in the big sports. Hilliard said that she was motivated to make the expansion last year when she participated in Detroit Homecoming 2014 as one of many successful Detroiters who have left the city and are interested in giving back to their hometown. She will be returning for this year’s Detroit Homecoming from September 30 through October 2. Hilliard said she was particularly sensitive to how many of the discussions focused on the revitalization aspect of the city with a heavy focus on... “I said, you know, Detroit is such a great sports town, how much are they really doing for the youth. I mean, you can revitalize the city but the kids have to do things. Just as an example, imagine what a difference it could make if a hockey rink were built in one or more of the city’s neighborhoods. The new Joe Louis Arena promises to be quite spectacular, but don’t the neighborhoods and the city’s children deserve spectacular too. “It would make a huge difference. You want kids to participate. You need to put facilities in the communities. They hired these four Russian coaches, and all of the sudden we had this great gymnastics team. So it’s not rocket science,” she said. “It made a big difference in the pride of the city in the program because we were one of the two best teams in the country. That investment really made a huge difference. It inspired me to keep doing community gymnastics. The impact was so long-lasting and it was a result of the investment in great coaching and the access to facilities. What concerns Hilliard in the current public school environment is how much has been lost, and how athletics seems to have been pushed aside as a non-essential component of education when, in fact, it is easily as essential as mathematics,... The other result has been the creation of an atmosphere that has made athletics accessible only to the children from more privileged families who can afford to pay the steep fees now often required to participate in a privately sponsored athletic... Youth sports has become a very profitable industry, and Hilliard strongly believes that is not the way it should be because she knows her own career may never have taken flight in today’s environment. “You have to educate kids how to take care of their bodies. And that comes from participation in athletics,” she said. Hilliard was an Olympic Sportscaster and Broadway performer. She also was the Director of Sports for the NYC 2012 Olympic Bid. In 1996, she founded the Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation (WHGF) which has provided free and low cost gymnastics for over 15,000 urban youth in New York City.

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Sports Injury Handbook


Do you know which exercises cause unnecessary wear and tear on your body? What to do during the first critical few seconds following a sports injury? When an off-the-rack arch support can be as effective as a $200 custom-made orthotic device? How to keep in condition during rehabilitation? Dr. Allan Levy knows. As team doctor for the New York Giants football team, he has treated every kind of sports injury there is, from strains and sprains to more serious tears and fractures. In Sports Injury Handbook, he shares his vast practical knowledge of sports medicine with recreational athletes who want to keep in shape, while minimizing aches, pains, and injuries. For ease of use, the main part of the guide is organized by body part and sport. To find out why, for example, your knee is sore and how to treat it, simply turn to the knee chapter. Then learn how to avoid further risk of knee injuries in sports-specific chapters on aerobics, jogging, tennis, skiing, basketball, and many more. Peppered with firsthand stories and anecdotes from professional sports, the Sports Injury Handbook is an entertaining, informative guide to the latest methods of injury prevention and treatment. In it, you'll discover the conditioning, nutrition, and strength training techniques professional athletes use to stay in top physical shape; easy step-by-step rehabilitative exercises you can perform at home; special precautions for women, children, and older athletes; how to prevent or treat the most common injuries in more than two dozen sports, including aerobics, baseball, basketball, bowling, boxing, cycling, football, golf, gymnastics, hockey, running, skiing, soccer, swimming, tennis, triathlon, volleyball, walking, and wrestling.


Embrace the Suck
Embrace the Suck


With irreverence, humor, and soul-touching candor, the former editor of Bicycling magazine explores the CrossFit phenomenon, the fitness revolution sweeping America, chronicling his experience "inside the box" and how he got into the best shape of his life. Lifelong amateur athlete Stephen Madden decided to put himself to the test, physically and mentally, by immersing himself in the culture, diet, and psyche of CrossFit?the fast-growing but controversial fitness regime that's a stripped-down combination of high intensity aerobic activity, weightlifting, calisthenics, and gymnastics practiced by more than two million athletes worldwide. But what's crazier? The fact that such a grueling regimen?in which puking and muscle breakdowns during workouts are common?is so popular, or that people pay good money to do it?In Embrace the Suck, Madden chronicles the year he devoted to mastering all of the basic Crossfit exercises like double unders, muscle ups and kipping pullups, and immersing himself in the Paleo diet that strips weight from its followers but leaves them fantasizing about loaves of bread. Throughout, he explores the culture of the sport, visiting gyms (boxes) around the country, becoming a CrossFit coach, and confronting some basic questions about himself, his past and athletic limitations?and why something so difficult and punishing can be at once beautiful, funny, and rewarding.


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Tall vs short: Which is it better to be? - 09/30/15, via BBC

whereas smaller people can achieve greater “rotational acceleration”, meaning that they excel in gymnastics, snowboarding, skating, skiing and diving. Verdict: A clear score draw. It really depends on the sport. Think of your body a bit like a car ...

Gymnastics proving be great fit for St-Pierre Boucher - 09/30/15, via The Western Star

That all changed back in December when word got out that Saltos Gymnastics Club was going to offer adult classes to anybody over 18 years of age. Why not give it a try? That was a question posed to him so he figured if the sport provided the same amount of ...

Why you should care about bone health while you're young - 09/30/15, via Yahoo 7 Lifesyle

Whether that’s a team sport like soccer or hockey, an individual sport like gymnastics or tennis, or simple maintenance exercises like aerobics or weightlifting, anything works that forces your body to work against gravity’s pull. Just don’t put your ...


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That Was the Year That Was - 1976
That Was the Year That Was - 1976
It saw the birth of punk and the death of Chairman Mao, it was a time when Britain was at its financial peak, even though the country was bailed out by the International Monetary Fund. 1976 Inflation continues to be a problem around the world. Concorde enters service and cuts transatlantic flying time to 3 1/2 hours. One year after Microsoft is formed Apple is formed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Nadia Comaneci scores the first ever perfect score in Gymnastics. In South Africa Riots in Soweto on June 16th mark the beginning of the end of apartheid. In music the first of the Punk Bands appear The Damned release New Rose classified as Punk Rock Music. It was the year in which Harold Wilson resigned and Jimmy Carter became US President, a space probe landed on Mars. These were simpler times - fear of crime was low, people were less suspicious of others, and "traffic flowed freely and, by and large, British Rail was just wonderful". There were fewer lager louts and it...
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Fort Bragg program specialist leads SKIESUnlimited - FMWRC - US Army - 101008
Fort Bragg program specialist leads SKIESUnlimited - FMWRC - US Army - 101008
PHOTO CAPTION: One-on-one bowling is just one of several instructional activities offered to Fort Bragg youth through the SKIESUnlimited program. (File photo, cleared for public release, not for commercial use, attribution requested.) www.armymwr.com Fort Bragg program specialist leads SKIESUnlimited Oct 8, 2010 By Tina Ray/Paraglide FORT BRAGG, N.C. - When Paul Driessen was a Soldier, he made his living as a combat engineer. After a decorated military career, Driessen moved from Germany to Fort Bragg in 2004, to run the School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration and Skills Unlimited program as its instructional program specialist. Started by the Department of Army in 2004, SKIESUnlimited is an instructional program that enables children and youth to expand their knowledge, inspire, explore and acquire new "schools." It is based on a four-school system. The schools are the school of sports, arts, life skills and academic skills, Driessen said. As of September,...
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military service, Romania 1969
military service, Romania 1969
group shot with my father on the left, that one with a blue dot under his chin (I did not look with a magnifying glass), it was him for certain because I have other pictures with him, close-ups from then. He had whiskers. For some unknown reasons, my father was a mature recruit, he was 27 in this photo. He told me that he was 1.8 m tall. If the trees were not dry, this might be winter. Maybe 1968(?) Another photo I have is dated May, 27, 1969. My father was not the adventurous type, maybe that's why he liked so much adventure stories. He told me he can't wait to retire from work and re-read "The three musketeers", his favorite book. He loved Jerome K. Jerome and other things like that, he mentioned them often. In his later years he read SF. He did not reach his dream about retiring. He took me in the amusement park to shoot for playing. He was good enough. I too was able to shoot quite good. When I was in high-school they took us to shoot at targets from a distance once....
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Why Gymnastics is a Dangerous Sport: Common Accidents and Recovery ...
Why Gymnastics is a Dangerous Sport: Common Accidents and Recovery ...
Why Yes, Rhythmic Gymnastics Is a Real Sport: A GIF Guide - Global ...
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