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. What’s up guys? We’re back with another weekly update adds his weekly update number 16 and we’re going to going over some things that have happened this week. New things in the justice family, giving you an update, a also bringing you some thoughts that we’ve had throughout the week that hopefully will kinda change your ideas on, on tumbling and hopefully for the better.

Yes. Now first up on our Jenks tumbling lessons list is uh, the weather and the, it’s getting nice out, which is great for that. The back of the gym is going to be a little bit of warmer than normal. Yeah. So two for that. That’s a good thing. Tumbling and supposed to be a conditioning. Um, but come prepared and make sure you’re bringing tank tops. Um, and definitely shorts. I would recommend shorts at this point. No, no leggings or yoga pants and go good, God forbid jeans, some kids show up in jeans and we will be ordering tank tops and sports bras as soon as possible.

That’s a, that’s going to give you guys the chance to not only rep that are awesome logo but also stay cool in our Jenks tumbling lessons gym. And uh, you know, it’s, it’s just a, it’s just a way to keep your body as cool as you can. So anyway,

yes, drink a lot of water during your privates classes. Um, if you need to cool down, go in front of the fan or go into the front office or the front area, it’s definitely very cool out there. It is.

It is. Uh, so next up on the list is, is staying focused. Um, we have a couple of girls in our Jenks tumbling lessons classes who are at home at justice and when they’re there, when they, when they feel like they’re at home at jet, which we love. We love that. Um, but it’s important to remember that you’re there for a reason. If you’re in a class, like we have some girls who are on our, um, it’s our on our unlimited membership and that’s the gold membership. And so they’re there all the time, every single day. If we have a class that is at their level, they’re in it. So sometimes they forget that there are some kids that that only come once a week and that is there one there, one hour that they get if they’re on the bronze membership. So, um, like we said, it’s fun.

It’s, it’s good to have fun. It’s good to be energetic and, and, uh, you know, make people laugh. But it’s also important to her to stay focused and remember that you don’t want to wonder, distract yourself from what you’re learning. I know tryouts are over, you know, people aren’t as, um, hungry board and there are a stressed out. Yeah. Uh, but it’s still, remember that we’ve got goals, we’ve got to reach, we have, um, new skills that we’re trying to get. And so are other people. So stay focused. Uh, you can have fun. Um, but when other people are tumbling, try to retain from the excitement, just a little bit

that and use the drills and everything set up in the class or even a private, um, use those, give it 110% doing those drills and kids don’t think we see that stuff, but we pay attention to everything. Absolutely. And it stands out to us. Yes. When we are spotting, we can see kids kind of just either straight up skipping. The drills are just like giving partial effort. Those drills are put there to either help or fix an issue you’re helping or having in that class or a private. So if you’re not giving a hundred percent effort on those drills, it’s doing exactly the opposite of what we’re trying to do. It’s reinforcing bad habits instead of fixing those good habits.

And here’s another thing. Um, everyone who comes into our Jenks tumbling lessons gym can look at a mat and probably can name three or four drills that they’ve had to do on that. Matt, just because we don’t have that mat out there using it in the class, doesn’t mean that you can’t use it on your own. Cause we’ve seen kids who will go off on their own instead of waiting in the line. Um, they’ll go off on their own and do a quick, a quick couple of drills on either on the floor, on a, on a mat, um, that we’re not using. And that’s, that’s great. That’s used that knowledge and take it with you. That’s, that is so, so important.

So stay focused in your classes, your privates. Um, like Colton said, every time you show up to tumble, you should show up with a goal. A purpose. I’m tumbling is supposed to be fun, but you always have that goal and purpose in mind and

yeah, and you can’t forget it. You can’t, you can’t lose that focus. So that’s why that we wanted to emphasize on that so much today. Um, next on the list is using what you’ve learned at our gym, at your own gym. What does that right,

we have not an all star gym. We, uh, focus all on tumbling. So we get a lot of athletes from out of state and the local area. Um, if you’re only getting a chance to come to our Jenks tumbling lessons maybe once or twice a week on the technique we are trying to develop or bad habits we are trying to fix, the whole reason you are coming to our Jenks tumbling lessons is so you can go back to your gym and do that same technique and dominate and yeah. Or if you learn a new skill, the whole point of learning that skill is to go show off that new skill at your gym. Um, I’ve had where kids are coming in and they’re like, it’s only at our gym where they’re wanting to throw the new skill, which is great, but we want you to be able to take that knowledge, take that technique and go execute that wherever you go.

It’s good to feel comfortable at our gym, but you also need to feel comfortable with yourself. And I can’t stress this enough. I have kids all the time where, you know, they may be comfortable with a certain floor or they’re comfortable with a certain corner or a certain coach. And here’s the thing, you come to our gym, you, um, you’re not just paying for our Jenks tumbling lessons time. You’re paying for our Jenks tumbling lessons to teach you how to be confident in yourself. So whether you’re in our gym or in someone else’s gym or your own Allstar Gym, you have to be able to be comfortable with yourself and confident that you know the right technique and you have to use it everywhere you go. Or else there’s no point. Like what’s the point in learning all this new stuff? If you can only throw it at one gym from one corner, you know, with one coach. So just, just remember that using what you’ve learned with us and taking it someplace else is the whole reason why you’re coming to us. We don’t like rusty. He said, we don’t, we’re not an all star program. We don’t have anything. Um, and, and we don’t want anything to, to take to competitions. That’s not us. That’s not what we’re doing. We want to train you so that you can go anywhere you want to go and, and be the best that you can be and get on any team that you want to get onto. [inaudible]

yes, we are here to better your tumbling career, to continue to push you forward. So take that knowledge, use that technique no matter where you’re at, no matter what floor you’re on. I’m glad you said that cause or whether you’re on aligner a space, um, ed should all be the same.

Next on the list is open stunt changes. So Open, uh, open gym as the same open where you’re tumbling open, tumble. Um, but our open stunt, which is our stunt class on Saturdays, it used to be from three to four and it was just one. Well now it’s gotten so big that we’re adding to, we’ve got them back to back.

We wanted a little bit more structured. So that first hour is going to be more of like the beginner or novice for younger kids, even older kids who have never stunt before and then able to get in there.

Yes. And that’s it. That’s a really, really important stage. So we want to make sure that they’re not just seeing all these older, more advanced to girls, um, throwing epic stunts. They’re getting in there and their understanding, um, that they’re not supposed to balance. They’re supposed to stay tight. How to, how to properly get thrown to a toss hands, how to properly hold up, uh, live, um, and they’re not being distracted by other things are going on.

It’s a little bit intimidating when you’re there just to learn a prep and somebody who’s doing a rewind.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. So, um, then the next hour, which is four to five, that is going to be our advanced, intermediate and advanced levels. Um, doesn’t matter what age, age is not a requirement, no age requirement, but um, we do want you to be able to hold libs and hold like a heel stretches Aribel risks. We want you to know these things before you are able to come to that new class.

Yes, yes. If you were one of the flyers that come to our site costs, um, you will be told but start group or what should that cost of and you will not be in both classes so you wouldn’t stay for the three to four and the four to five. Um, we will tell you which costs you need to be in. Um, only if you are helping with the stunting. Yeah. Be at both. If you want to be a flyer at both of them. Yes. If you’re a group stunter you’re helping groups then um, definitely we want your help out both but the flyers so do not get your feelings hurt if you come to one and we say, hey, we think you belong in the other for awhile or something along those lines.

Well it’s the same thing. Like if you come into our gym for the first time for tumbling, there’s a lot of technique involved with tumbling. There’s also a lot of technique involved with stunt and so we have to make sure that you are, you have a good foundation and that we hit those progressions just like we do for tumbling. So that’s, that was just, uh, something we wanted to touch base on and we’re really excited about this new way we’ve organized the stunt program. So anyway, if you’re interested in finding out more about us, colon, rusty, or justice tumbling company, you can check out our website. It’s justice tumbling co.com

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