From the moment you entire Eyas Gymnastics you will notice that every group is lined up and expected to give their undivided attention to their instructor. We will teach even the youngest athlete to stand up tall, give eye contact, shake a hand and speak clearly. All of this can be achieved in the most positive atmosphere through the direction of our experienced staff.
How many 7 year olds do you know that can do 10 pull ups? Pound for pound a gymnast is the strongest athlete around. Gymnastics is incredibly physically demanding and basic strength in exercises such as pull ups to push ups are taught from the very beginning.
Learning to be lead to become a leader.
Our sport requires the athlete to trust have the ultimate respect and trust in his coach for a successful journey through the sport. An athlete must trust a coach to catch the athlete if they should fall, instruct on proper technique for safe skill progression and always be on the
A coach must develop this relationship with the athlete by leading the gymnast with integrity and conviction. If an athlete can learn to follow a
There is always more you can do.
Gymnastics is a sport of perfection and perfection is rarely reached. We teach our athletes to strive to be the best they can be and teach them that you can always do more when reaching for a goal.
Failure and Persistence
Failure is a natural part of gymnastics as well as life. It is very common today to want to coddle or push away anything that may cause stress or strife in our children's lives . At Eyas we welcome the chance for our athletes to fail in a safe and productive manner. We teach them that it is ok to have mistakes, it is ok to feel uncomfortable and it is a part of life. When these lessons present themselves we walk our athletes through the process of what to do next. We guide the athlete through the experience and help them dissect what is really happening so they may grow and persevere. We teach our athletes how to deal with these emotions in a controlled and positive manner so they all may grow into adults who are not afraid reach for whatever they want in life.
Plain and simple, GYMNASTICS IS HARD. From the beginning we teach our athletes that they are going to have to work for what they want in the gym. We are going to teach them that they will struggle, fight and persevere if they just are willing to give it 100% every time the enter the gym. This will be a challenge, this will make them better as people and this is something they are going to be proud of for the rest of their lives.
To achieve even the most basic skills in gymnastics the athlete must be committed to the activity and completely engaged in the particular event. Eyas enjoys helping individuals push aside distractions that may present themselves so they may push forward and achieve a specific goal.
ey·as /īəs/ [ahy-uhs] Noun: A young hawk; an unfledged nestling taken from the nest for training