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Book Profits lead to Donations for Houston, Texas

If we all do something small, the impact will be big.” Karen Goeller

I figured the best way for me to help those in the path of the awful Texas hurricane is to offer part of my profits to a no kill animal shelter and other groups. It’s all done through ebay, so the charities get the percentage of profits promised on the product descriptions.

25% of profits going to Houston SPCA
Gymnastics Drills and Conditioning Book
http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/322699559814?roken=cUgayN&soutkn=auoDpn

25% of profits going to Greyhound Friends of NJ
Lymphedema: Sentenced to Life in Bed Book
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lymphedema-Sentenced-to-Life-in-Bed-Book-/322699519660?roken=cUgayN&soutkn=HqWZ4b

25% going to Greyhound Pets of America in Houston, Texas.
Legs Plus Workouts Book


25% of profits going to Friends for Life, no-kill animal shelter in
 Texas
Sports Lessons Learned Book

30% of Profits going to Red Cross to help with Texas.
Gymnastics Lessons Learned Book

 

 

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Gifts! Gymnastics Books for gymnasts and coaches!

 

Nice gifts for gymnasts and gymnastics coaches… Gymnastics Books.

Gymnastics Drills and Conditioning Bookhttps://www.createspace.com/3736294

Gymnastics Journal: My Goals, My Scores, My Dreams
https://www.createspace.com/4300482

Gymnastics Lessons Learned: Life Lessons through Gymnasticshttps://www.createspace.com/4229569

Gymnastics Coloring Book
https://www.createspace.com/6561545

Training with Karen, www.BestSportsConditoining.com.

Bio at About Karen Goeller, www.KarenGoeller.com

Fitness, Sports, Gymnastics, Children’s Books

Fitness, Sports, Gymnastics, Children’s, Coloring, Health Books by Karen Goeller…
Nice gifts! Print and Kindle versions on Amazon! http://www.amazon.com/author/karengoeller

Gymnastics Drills and Conditioning, Gymnastics Journals, Gymnastics Lessons Learned, Gymnastics Coloring, Handstand, Back Handspring, Fitness journals, Legs Plus, Swing Set Fitness, Lymphedema-Sentenced to Life in bed, and More.
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Gymnastics Mental Blocks… Last Minute Training

   I cannot teach your level 8 daughter a yurchenko vault in an hour to compete at states in three days!

   It takes years to develop the strength, flexibility, speed, and technique necessary for that vault. And it takes numerous drills and progressions to learn that vault. Originally only  level 10 and elite gymnasts were allowed to perform that vault. When the vault changed to a table that rule was adjusted, but the risk still exists.

   A level 8 gymnast AFRAID of the vault should NOT be asked to compete it at a state competition. Why would adults ruin a child’s day and have her literally risk her life for scores, especially at level 8? I learned she is already getting a 36AA score, very respectable.  Let her perform the easier vault and enjoy the day!

   This is NOT the Olympics. Let her enjoy her day at states rather than worrying, losing focus, being upset, and likely injuring herself. An injury is not a badge of honor, it’s painful, time consuming, stressful, inconvenient, and expensive.

   People do not realize the risk in the sport because when they see the Olympics on tv those gymnasts make everything look easy. That’s the art of the sport, to make difficult skills LOOK easy. It takes an average ten years of non-stop, intense, appropriate training to get to level 10 and even more to get to elite.

   Parents, you MUST appreciate the risk and stop pushing your kids to do things they are desperately afraid of just for a score or YOUR ego. You could literally kill your child by pushing them like that and I cannot be part of that.

   I am available to help train your children and do have great success with my private clients, but will not do last minute teaching for a state meet. It is NOT the same as cramming for a final exam in school, there are real-life consequences to telling a kid they must perform a dangerous skill at a stressful competition. Injuries happen when focus is compromised by fear, lack of sleep, lack of energy, and dehydration.

   As a parent you should encourage your kids, but you should NOT try to force them to compete skills that they cannot perform comfortably on their own for several months in advance. Remember, it is YOUR kids SAFETY at risk.

   If they are afraid, there is a good reason and they need more time, drills, technique adjustments, and spotting in order to become comfortable with the skill. They also might need more sleep, water, and high quality carbs to stay focused. (Click here for article on focus.)

Click here for info on training with Karen in NJ.

Most Popular Gymnastics Books, Gifts

For the first 14 years Gymnastics Drills and Conditioning was my most popular book. Last year it was my Gymnastics Journal and Gymnastics Lessons books. This year my Gymnastics Coloring Book is taking top spot. You can get them through major book sellers incl Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
www.amazon.com/author/karengoeller

Gymnastics Journal: My Goals, My Scores, My Dreams

Most popular now, Gymnastics Journal: My Goals, My Scores, My Dreams
(2nd ed. 1st published 2005)
https://www.createspace.com/4300482

web-gymn-journal_frontcoverThe gymnast will write all about their gymnastics events, competitions, and goals in this amazing journal and save the memories forever. This is the only gymnastics journal your gymnast will need the entire gymnastic season. There are spaces for gymnastics competition scores, event goals, future goals, and much more. The gymnast will be encouraged to set goals for the near and distant future.  In this gymnastics journal the gymnast will be able to track their progress and goals from month to month and year to year. Written by a very experienced gymnastics coach who helped her gymnasts set goals, achieve them, and surpass them often.

Keeping a gymnastics journal is a great way to set goals and preserve memories.

TESTIMONIALS
Wow! Great item! Thank you so much. My daughter will LOVE it!” L. Fargo, MA
Love the book. Thanks.” H. Haas, SC
Nice journal.” M. Rukavina, TN
Great book! Thank you!” A. Barnes, OK
“This book is really cool because I can remember my scores and I can write my goals! I love this book, and any gymnast should have it.” For 1st ed. By rtnorfolk on March 17, 2014

https://www.createspace.com/4300482

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