Hello and welcome to Tulsa tumble talk with justice tumbling company, the one and only Jenks Tumbling Lessons 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’s podcast is going to be questions for success. We’re going to take some, um, some questions that we were asked personally by our own business coach. Uh, Mr. Clay Clark, we’re going to it who does his own podcast and everything like that as well. Um, we are taking some of his questions that we were asked personally and we’re applying it to tumbling, which these questions can also be applied to anything else you do in life and it will help make you successful. So he’s got a book, it’s a, it’s called boom, which stands for a big overwhelming optimistic momentum.
And in that book, like within the first couple pages, he’s got a roadmap for success. Well, we did something very similar into our book that we’re making for you guys. Um, and, uh, that roadmap for success. You have to ask yourself some questions and it really breaks down into four simple questions. And the first one is why, why are you doing this? Why are you doing it for all star? Are you doing it for high school? Are you doing it for college? Are you doing it just for an epic hobby to blow people’s minds? You decide what, what, why are you doing this? Why are you wanting to tumble? Um, I’m really excited about this podcast because this is something that I’m really, really passionate about and it’s just a giving people the, the, uh, the keys to success, which, which is why we’re writing this book, why we’re working on it. Um, and so the why, why are you doing this? You got to answer that and you’ve got to write it down. You’ve got to have it written someplace on why you are doing this. Um, you’re devoting lots and lots and lots of hours. Your parents are devoting lots and lots and lots of money for you to tumble you to get somewhere and with a Jenks Tumbling Lessons career, uh, or cheerleading or gymnastics or uh, you know, all star college, high school, whatever it might be. Cheerleading is an expensive sport. Rusty.
So when you ask yourself these questions, do you have to answer them? Honestly? Yeah. It can be very, very honest with yourself and about why you’re doing what you do. Some of the questions might bring some stuff to let your not, not happy with. Right, right, right. That’s what the, that’s why they’re there.
Yeah. So here’s the deal. You have to be able to do this for yourself. Don’t do this for us. Don’t take, bring us your journal and say, hey, look, coach rusty, this is what I wrote down. No, no, no, no, no. This is for you. That’s why you need to be honest with yourself. Um, so why are you doing this? Are you, are you doing it for the right reasons? Are you doing it for the wrong reasons? Are you doing it because you want to be popular in school? Are you doing? This is all the, um, goes back to one of our podcasts about determination, which is podcast 78 and in that podcast we talk about the, the, the, the reason for doing things. Is that the right reason or is the wrong reason, the positive drive or the negative drive? Are you doing this for your parents or you’re doing this for yourself? That question has really, really, really important.
Yes. Cause like I told them that they lost it doesn’t matter how much we want it for you, how much your parent wants a free, they have to want it for themselves. Oh absolutely. So all these questions can’t be answered with what we think, uh, what their parents think. They have to be honest with themselves and it gives the give themselves and honesty.
Oh yeah. And that way you can work with it. You can do something with it. Now question number two actually has three parts. What are your goals you have to set goals for? I mean you can set a goal for that, that practice, but I mean if you’re doing one goal per practice, I think it’ll end up getting to where it’s just kind of tedious and uh, it’s something that you’ll, you might just end up slipping on and, and not holding yourself accountable if you’re trying to make goals for every practice, which is good to have short term goals, but it’s, it’s more important to have longterm goal.
Yes. You’ve got to come in to every private practice with something you plan on working on them with some sort of game plan. Um, so setting those short term goals, but the longterm goals are what’s going to keep you pushing and keep you motivated. So we,
we, we broke it into three parts. It’s what, where do you want to be in your tumbling in three months? Where do you want to be in your tumbling and six months and where do you want to be in your tumbling in a year? Um, using our proven method, which we’re writing our book about, you should easily be able to progress obviously at your own speed cause every athlete is different. Um, some that are going to be quicker than others, but you should easily progress faster than any other prog program that is offered anywhere else in the country and possibly even the world. So setting goals is super, super important. Now,
setting a realistic, realistic goals is important. Yes. If you just learned her back walkover years, three, three month call shouldn’t be a double full
no, but your but your yearly goal, your, your goal for a year, um, may seem unrealistic to most people. But if you are confident and you push and it’s not going to be by, by no means are we handing you the keys to success. So don’t accept expect that. But, um, using our proven system, you’re able to get goals and reach Jenks Tumbling Lessons goals, make goals and reach goals, um, that would be unrealistic to most people within a year. Absolutely. Um, so that was question number two. Uh, what are your goals? Question number three is how many, how many hours per week are you willing to work in the gym? Now, that doesn’t mean coming to the gym and hanging out and not proactively working towards your goal. That means, uh, how many hours are you willing to spend working towards your goal? So you have to be diligent, you have to be proactive, you have to have that goal in mind every time you come to the gym and work on it.
And that doesn’t mean that you have to spend a ton of money, uh, doing bundles of privates. You, you can come to our gym and spend $10 for an hour, um, at open gym, or you can spend $70. Well, I mean, your first month at our gym is only a dollar. So that’s four practices a month. Uh, for a dollar. I mean, you can’t beat that. Um, but I mean, once you get onto like a regular membership, our membership start out at 70 subject to change. So get in quick. So you’ll have that, uh, that price locked in. But $70 divided by four classes per month, that’s only $17 and 50 cents per class at that price. So it’s, it’s a really, really, really good price and you’re not having to spend a whole lot. But remember, if, if you know, you have $10 here and there, you can always come to our open gyms, um, and get that, that, those hours in, but be dedicated to do that.
And it doesn’t have to necessarily be at our gym, but you do need to make sure that you’re practicing the justice process. Uh, the justice method of technique. Um, wherever you are. And some coaches don’t pick up on that. Some coaches aren’t as detailed as we are in tumbling. So make sure that you are keeping that self coaching method that we’re teaching you everywhere you go. Now, the fourth and final question that you have to ask yourself that you have to write down, that you have to see it every single day is how many hours you’re willing to put in per week at home, at home. Now, what we’ve done, we’ve done a podcast very, very early on. One of our first podcast about training outside of your gym. Um, and we’ve pretty much limited in that podcast. We pretty much limited you to doing anything outside of the gym except for stretching, conditioning and stuff that you’ve already mastered.
Um, we use that word mastered skills you can do safely and the, if you don’t have room or if the grass is wet and it’s obviously not smart to go tumble. So doing it in safe conditions, if you are doing a pass that you’ve mastered, making sure there’s a clear path, no holes in the ground, no rocks. Um, but yes, conditioning, there’s drills, there’s plenty of things you can do, um, that can progress you. We, we work with an athlete who you’ve done privates for her with her, with her for a long time. Um, but she’s doing our classes and so I get to work with her a lot too. Uh, her parents don’t live very far from us and her mom mentioned to me that they have an enclosed barn that’s heated and air conditioned. Did she tell you about this? Um, and so they’re, they’re talking about getting her like a couple strips of springboard and uh, and Matt to go on top of it.
Um, which you know, is, is a really, really cool thing. Some parents, some people have the money to spend on that. Some others don’t. So when, when we talk about what you can do outside of your home or outside of the gym at your home, and we don’t, we’re not telling you to go buy a bunch of equipment. Um, there’s plenty of things that you can do using your couch. You know, ways you can manipulate objects around your house so that you can get that core workout in or that you’re going outside and tumbling on the grass or a wall that you can kick up in the whole hall. Don’t, don’t knock any holes in your drywall. Uh, if you do, we can fix it, but I can fix it. But not, it doesn’t mean I want to, um, uh, we, we don’t want you to think that we’re needing you to go buy a bunch of equipment cause you don’t, but that, I mean, that definitely does help.
It does help. I mean, as a kid I always wished I had tumbled tracker and our third man, it is easy for people out of them at for, I do know a couple of athletes, I can roll it up and put it in your closet or something you don’t. And they make them really small to even on the airport. Only doing skills you’ve mastered in a gym, in a safe environment where you’re being critiqued, where you’re not going to subconsciously learned about habits just by trying something you’ve seen somebody do. And that’s, that goes back to art. You know that podcast where we were talking about how to practice outside of your home use. And I got, I got, I get excited when I get videos from my athletes or their parents that are asking me to critique a scale where I’m not there and I got one over the weekend and it’s just, and this was an a Missouri athletes so she could her all the way from Missouri to come do our classes and do privates and um, use your, your phone.
It’s a really, really, really good tool. Not only the slow mo video, but uh, but to send to your coaches and ask them for their expertise. So anyway, we, we love, we love this, this portion of a training. It’s kind of more of the, uh, mentorship rather than then coaching, but it, but it still falls right in line. Uh, so check out our book whenever it comes out. You, you guys will all get a, get a copy of it. And, uh, and we’re really excited about it. So use these steps for your success because it will help you. And like we said, it’s not just tumbling. You can ask those four questions for anything in life, whether it’s college, whether it’s your job, whether it’s a heck, it could be softball, it could be anything. Use these four questions. Um, and we can, we can do a real, real quick recap. It’s why are you doing this? What are your goals? How many hours in the gym or you know, whatever it might be and how many hours out at home on your own. Uh, so anyway, uh, I hope you guys enjoyed this podcast because it’s one that we really did enjoy. Um, and it’s, it’s going longer than most of ours do, so we will cut it there. If you’re interested in finding out more about us justice tumbling company or Colon resy, you can check out our website. It’s just as tumbling co.com
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