Hello and welcome to Tulsa tumble talk with justice tumbling company, the one and only Tulsa tumbling show where we your Tulsa tumbling experts. Answer the questions that we get from parents and athletes on a daily basis. We are your hosts, Coulton cruise and rusty breath slur and we are the owners of justice tumbling company in Tulsa, Oklahoma. All right. Now today we are going to be going over rusty pressure pressure.

That’s pressure and tumbling. Does pressure in your life, Jenks tumbling lessons, performing under pressure at it’s a competitive sport. It is. So there’s always going to be that pressure when you’re walking out on the floor or walking in front of your coaches for tryouts

and then onto, you know, real life has it. As an adult, you’re always going to have deadlines. You’re going to have things that you have to do in front of people or you know, time, deadlines, things like that. Pressure is something that you’re going to have to deal with for the rest of your life. Jenks tumbling lessons, college on it. You know, if you’re in high school, you know what I’m talking about, but college, uh, than work, uh, everything like that. So, um, but when, whenever it references tumbling, we, uh, we want you to understand that pressure is a good thing.

Yeah. Some kids perform great under pressure, some kids not so much. It’s something that has to be trained and almost practiced. Um, but it’s something like you said, that you’re going to have to overcome. You’re kind have to deal with, there’s no easy way around that.

And in the cheerleading sport as a whole, whether it’s, uh, uh, all star or competitive high school, or maybe you’re not even a competitive cheerleader there, you still will have tryouts and there’s still pressure there. Um, so you have to know how to deal with pressure properly. You need to know how to kind of block all those eyes that are watching you. That’s something in our gym. Uh, if we have a kid about to do a new skill, we will kind of stop everything and have all the athletes, watch them chill, cheer that athlete on a, to throw their near skill. A lot of kids don’t like it. Um, and it’s just because they don’t know how to add a work under pressure. And so that’s what this is about, trying to teach you how to do that and uh, and see that when you’re under pressures, that’s when you need to be your best.

Yes. That’s fair. When the pressure is on, whether it’s throwing us, go by herself, Jenks tumbling lessons, competing, doing a tryout, uh, that’s where doing the technique we train as most important when we move away. Yup. Not even pressure. If you don’t compete at all, if you’re just a wreck, tumbler, they’re tumbling is hard. There’s gonna be pressure when we move away. And you have to do that skill by herself

and, and it’s, it’s because we love you and because we want you to be the best that you can be. We’re not stepping away to be mean. We’re not stepping away, uh, to be, you know, jerks. It’s just, it’s just because that’s what the next, uh, the next progression is. Yeah.

So if you’re riding your bike, you have to have training wheels. But eventually you got to take the training wheels off just how’s to happen. Something has to happen

whenever it comes down to pressure. It’s important to remember why you’re doing what you’re doing and Jenks tumbling lessons, what your goals are. And you have to think about yourself as, as positive as you can. You can’t start set. You can’t sit there with all that pressure on you saying, I’m going to, I’m going to fall. This is going to be terrible. I’m going to, what’s the worst thing that’s going to happen? I’m going to land on my neck. I’m going to be carried out of here on a stretcher. You cannot think that way. Whenever I was in the military. Um, in, in even working for the sheriff’s office, you can’t sit there and think of all the bad things that can happen because that’s when mistakes get made. That’s when, um, people get hurt. It’s the same thing with tumbling. Whenever you start there, sat there and you start doubting yourself, you’re immediately starting to eat away at your self confidence and then you doubt yourself and then you don’t try nearly as hard because you’re like, what’s the use I’m going to fall anyway. Yep.

Are you giving yourself an out you, you bail, you rich to the ground, you go round off, stop, something like that. But if we’ve trained it, we’ve put in the numbers, we put in the hours, it’s doable. That’s how getting new skills work. It’s not just going to magically wake up one day and you’re out. You have a skill. No, you have to rip that bandaid off and attempt it. You have to attempt to,

well, here’s how we train athletes. Okay. We train athletes too to know that whether they are in a dark room, Jenks tumbling lessons, with walls on every side or they’re in a, the middle of a, of a field which isn’t going to ever happen, but uh, with all their maths right there in the middle, the field or they’re in the middle of a, I dunno a I am a mall and they’ve got one strip that they’re tumbling on no matter where they are, what they’re doing, who’s watching them. Um, what time of day it is, what country they’re in. It doesn’t matter. Technique is technique and what you have, what you’ve been taught from us, we’ll should always stay there no matter who’s around you, no matter what. Even even to the point of, no matter what floor you’re tumbling on, if it’s a two inch matte or a one and a half inch matte or it’s a spring floor, it’s an air floor. The technique still stays similar enough that you, you have to, you have to train your body on every floor that you’re on

or every corner. I guess that’s the word on the corner. There’s a certain week or two where we say four corners, 20 kids go on one corner. And some kids are like, well I can I tell them all in the space, I don’t tumble on the Latin. No, there’s a, when you went in your choreographer, prince, you’re on a routine. He’s not going to get or she isn’t going to care that you don’t like tumbling on a line. You have to be able to use your technique, whether it’s a space, whether it’s a line, no matter what corner you’re out.

Absolutely. And, and here’s the thing, and this is, Jenks tumbling lessons, a life lesson that I hate to be the one to teach you if you haven’t learned it already, but life is not fair. And there’s a lot of things and, and, and unfortunately, um, people in the adult world don’t really care about feelings. And so, Jenks tumbling lessons, whenever it comes to learning this now as, as a, as an athlete, as a kid in high school or middle school or even younger, you’re going to be a step above everybody else who thinks that feelings do matter. So whenever you’re there, you’re thinking, oh, this person’s going to think this of me. Or, um, I’m gonna fall and this is going to, I’m going to be embarrassed. Um, there’s gonna be times whenever you’re an adult where you’re just going to be thrown to the wolves and, uh, you’re kinda gun defend or fend for yourself.

Sink or swim. Yeah. And if you learn the ability to perform under pressure, now you’re, like I said, you’re going to be a step above everybody else who you’re competing against. Um, once you become an adult or you’re in college or, or whatever it might be. So relax, you need to be able to stand there. You need to be able to zone everything out, get tunnel vision, focus on what you have to do. And that is it. Focus on the technique that you’ve been taught. And that is it. That’s all. Don’t look at the people around you. Don’t, don’t look at your parents if they’re, if your parents are sitting there on the sides, um, don’t worry about what they’re thinking or how they’re feeling or, or what’s going to happen when your mind kind of goes off track is when it’s going to be hard for you to focus in your, during your tumbling. Um, and it’s going to be hard not to, uh, not to stop yourself. So make sure you’re, you’re, you’re keeping your mind. Yeah.

Queer, uh, there was there and their new client. Heck yeah. Now under pressure, that’s, I don’t know how many times I’ve seen when it’s the end of the class and I’m like, all right, if so and so does their standing talk for the first time, we won’t condition nine out of 10 times that they landed. They get word that that little bit of pressure is what it takes to get them to try it by themselves. For some kids, that’s tryouts coming up. For some kids, they’re self driven to where they don’t need anything like that. They just push themselves. Here’s the funny thing about pressure, especially in our gym is that okay,

we’re not going to put you in under that pressure unless we know that you can do it unless we believe in you. That’s something that I tell kids all the time. Jenks tumbling lessons, I believe in you. I believe that you can do this. I know that you can do this. You have to believe in yourself. Um, and so if, if a lot of times whenever after that conversation happens, the pressure kind of goes away and it’s like, okay, you know, he’s right. He’s not going to make me do this. It, it would be really dumb for our company if I was to be telling kids to throw stuff that they don’t actually have and then they get hurt and then they’re in their parents’ posts about it on Facebook. It would just be a really bad business decision for both of us. So, Jenks tumbling lessons, with that, you, we’re not going to tell you that you can do things if you really can’t.

We’re not gonna we’re not those coaches. So, Jenks tumbling lessons, just remember that, that you are taught the right things to the, the right technique, um, arms by your ears, legs locked out, squeezing as tight as you can. That’s what keeps you safe. That is what keeps you going and keeping that momentum going. We’re teaching you the right stuff. Just think about that. Focus on that. That’s what that is. What’s most important, not what a little Sally is thinking about you or what she’s going to say about you tomorrow. If you bail or you know, don’t think that way. Yes.

News pressure, it’s going to be good for you. It’ll help your tumbling push for those new skills.

Ah, I got another one. We got go the gun. Anyway, so this has been Tulsa tumble talk with justice tumbling company. If you want to find out more about us, uh, justice tumbling company, you can check out our website. It’s just this tumbling co.com

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