You may have noticed that over the last few months, I've co-delivered 4 Masterclass clinics across 4 topics, all designed to up-skill the gymnastics community by giving coaches the chance to expand their knowledge learning from industry experts.
It's fair to say they've been a massive hit, and they are contributing to my mission of providing top notch educational opportunities to the gymnastics community, irrespective of experience, qualification, age etc.
But there is still one issue.
Whilst the Masterclasses are typically held in an accessible part of the UK for ease of access, I appreciate that a vast number of coaches within my community are overseas, or they may have prior commitments such as competitions or training camps, preventing them from attending these events on the day.
It's essential to me that my content is accessible all over the world, to coaches in all corners of the gymnastics community, and for that reason, you'll be pleased to know that each one of the Masterclass clinics has been recorded and is being edited ready for you to consume from the comfort of your home (or gym!)
"Absolutely great day, very useful and thought provoking as to how we can apply this knowledge to our gym and our practice"
With one final Masterclass taking place December 15th (Bars!), I'm packaging together these 5 Masterclass recordings to make an impressive 'Masterclass Bundle' which will provide hours worth of lifetime access content to help accelerate your coaching and gymnasts abilities.
Below you'll find out more information about these recordings, including what you can expect to learn ...
Here are the 5 x 2019 Masterclass recordings that are available now
"I found the workshop invaluable and thoroughly enjoyed the day. I'll certainly be using ideas gained back in the gym"
Daniel Lonsdale is a Strength & Conditioning Coach with experience of working with athletes at a Professional, Commonwealth & Olympic level. Dan has previously worked at the highly successful Durham University which is ranked the number one team sports university in the UK. During this time Dan was successful in producing rugby players who have gone on to succeed at the highest level in the professional game. Dan is the founder of Dan Lonsdale Gymnastics Strength & Conditioning which offers the highest quality S&C support and education to gymnastics clubs across the UK.
Rupert Wiltshire is the founder of Science in Dance and, with over 10 years of competing and coaching in International Sport, has vast experience with developing athletic performance and injury prevention strategy. Rupert’s expertise within the ballet and dance arena has a direct correlation with the needs of the modern day gymnast, and brought a wealth of knowledge on lower limb prehab and strength development to our Physical Preparation Masterclass.
"The speakers really knew and were passionate about their subjects."
Jonas Dodoo is a world renowned sprints coach and known for his technical expertise in sprinting, looking after a group of Elite Track and Field Sprinters who have attained success on the Olympic and World stage. In addition to this, Jonas has consulted with many Professional Sports Teams and individual players, including Derby County FC, West Bromwich Albion, Arsenal, Bath RFU, Northampton Saints, Wasps Academy, Rugby 7’s and Rugby 7’s speedster Dan Norton.
"So much that was explained and broken down has helped clarify a lot of things that I need to be doing in the gym and taking back to my coaches to help our club grow and develop."
As a professional dancer Daymon Montaigne Jones performed ballet, jazz and modern in local companies before traveling for work abroad, dancing in productions of Cats, Starlight Express, Lord of the Dance, Grease, Buddy Holly and Dreamgirls. Daymon followed his dream of working within gymnastics, and rose up the ranks to be one of the top coaches and choreographers in the Netherlands. In addition to being the Dutch Junior national team coach and choreographer, Daymon is also the 2016 Olympic coach and choreographer to Dutch/Egyptian gymnast Sherine el Zeiney and choreographer for Dutch gymnast Celine van Gerners controversial 2018 European Championships "Cats" themed floor routine.
"Daymon was fabulous! It was exciting to see his process of choreographing a floor routine unfold before our eyes!"
With 'growth mindset' being the only eligibility requirement to attend these Masterclasses, it's fair to say we had a wide range of experience in the room for all these events. The content was delivered specifically to the WAG community, for coaches wishing to develop athletes on a high performance pathway. The content is ideal for emerging/intermediate coaches who are looking to increase their technical knowledge.
"From someone who was completely new to the concept of choreography and how to implement this to a floor routine, I felt I fully understood the process by the end of the day."
"They made all technical terms easy to understand for every coach irrespective of their level of bio-mechanical knowledge prior to attendance."
These recordings will be available on or prior to December 20th, giving us time to prepare the content to the best possible standard!
If you attended the Masterclass in person, you'll receive access to the recorded content free of charge and will receive an email before public access.
These Masterclass events have been such a hit I'm running a bunch more!
Once the content goes live, you'll receive an email with your username and password to access the material. If you already have an account with us, you'll find the content in your content library!
These recordings come with lifetime access!
There is plenty to be learnt from the transferrable knowledge within the Masterclass recordings, and therefore in many cases, the content is not limited only to WAG coaches. (Acrobatics, Vault and Sprint, Bars etc is applicable also to MAG.)
"Made a less exciting topic interesting and I feel much more equipped to make my athletes better sprinters and vaulters!"