Why choose Gymnastics?
Gymnastics itself is a systematic form of physical exercise. Designed for therapatic, educational and competitive purposes, it is one sport that provides an all-round challenge as well as physically and mentally beneficial.
Therapatic or remedial
exercises is a series of selected exercises that help
1) relieve physical discomfort and
2) restore function to disabled people
challenges students to master tactics involving strength, rhythm,
balance, flexibility and agility. Coordination, balance,
flexibility, strength and stamina developed through gymnastics
improves cardiovascular efficiency.
Gymnastics can provide opportunities to plan, perform and evaluate. It is a lot of hard work training, practising to make it to the top. Since a lot of time is needed for training, squeezing time for gym isn't easy into a busy schedule. That's where planning and discipline comes in. Performing in front of an audience is inevitable in competitions while evalution after compettions provide more ideas for improvement.
Gymnastics contributes to the development of physical competance, body control and quality in movement. Speaking and listening skills, aesthetic or artistic development through preparing for competitions, problem solving interpersonal and observation skills can also be developed through this sports.
Competitive gymnastics are prescribed sets of events for men and women. These provide challenges and competition for gymnasts to continue improving in the sport, in the long run, pushing gymnasts to greater heights.
After putting up a great performance---the result of hours of intense training, the amount of satisfaction felt is immense. A sense of achievement that a gymnast feels after winning is simply indescribable.
But even without all the underlying skills one develops through gymnastics, gymnastics itself is a fun sport and one that helps you to make many lifelong friends.