Welcome to the Skill Bucket
Every workout should begin with a brief warm-up period. You need to wake up your muscles and get the blood flowing. Activity could be running, skipping, galloping, rapid jumps and even some basic acrobatic-skills. This could include moderate strength work like push-ups or sit ups. Competitive boys might even start with 100-mushroom circles. During this initial activity let your coach know if you have a sore muscle or a lingering injury. During your warm-up, think ahead about your workout.
and try to set some goals and expectations. It's okay to have fun but the true athlete gets satisfaction from inching forward in difficult areas
and conquering fears by improvements in technique and repetition of progressive drills.
Set goals each day:
- Maintain what you have,
- Try to improve,
- Understand the skill technique,
- Be hungry to learn new things but don't deny fear- tell the Coach when you are afraid.
- Respect others and cheer them on. Success is contagious!
Body Positions and Shapes [All Levels]
- [A-1] Straight stand,
- [A-2] Tuck stand,
- [A-3] Straddle stand,
- [A-4] Lunge,
- [A-5] Arabesque.
- [A-6] Scale,
- [A-7] Pancake,
- [A-8] Hollow,
- [A-9] Arch,
- [A-10] Pike sit,