Tumbling Tulsa | Consistent training
Hello and welcome to Tulsa tumbled 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’re your hosts, coulton cruise and rusty breath fleur, and we are the owners of justice tumbling company in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Today’s topic is committing to your pass and staying consistent and with that topic we have two notable quotables for you today, Tumbling Tulsa
and both his quotes can identify very well with tumbling and picking up skills.
Now, the first one is by pastor and author, td Jakes, and he says, you cannot conquer that which you are not committed to.
Nice. I liked it. I like it. Tumbling Tulsa Goes very, very well with trembling. Now what’s our next one? Rusty. Our next quote is by life coach Tony Robbins, and that quote is, it’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently.
A man, I couldn’t have said it better myself. Now we have two definitions for you. Tumbling Tulsa, the first one is commitment and the definition of commitment is the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause or activity. Rusty, what’s the next one?
Right? And the definition for consistent is acting or done in the same way over time, especially as to be fair or accurate.
Now, obviously the topic of today is commitment and consistency. Tumbling Tulsa, but we want to know why it’s important to be committed and be consistent. So we’re gonna start with a commitment. Why is it important to commit to a skill? Eighty percent of injuries that we’ve seen happen because of commitment issues. So committing helps prevent injuries for one, two. Um, it helps keeping a promise to yourself and hold yourself accountable that way you’re growing stronger mentally and physically.
I liked that last one. That’s probably the most important one right there because even if you don’t do the past perfect, you still throw it. You’re conditioning yourself mentally instead of causing yourself to tell yourself it’s okay to stop in a skill. Absolutely. Now, some people argue that it takes an estimated of 90 minutes a day for 20 years and that’s a total of 10,000 hours to master something. That’s a lot of hours. Yeah, well we Tumbling Tulsa. We would agree that it takes about that many hours to master the sport of tumbling as a whole. Now in our professional opinion, it takes about one hour a day or 365 to master an individual skill, but even that varies from athlete to athlete. There are those athletes that just pick things up naturally, that tumbling comes very natural to them and then there’s those athletes that really got to push and really do drills really conditioned at home and those were the second kind of athlete I was definitely more of the second.
So as I now earlier we mentioned that it takes 365 hours to master an individual skill. Rusty, what do we mean by mastered?
When we say mastered, we mean mastered as being able to throw a skill with perfect technique every time without hesitation, almost like you can do that skill in your sleep. If you’re going to do a backhand spring a hundred times that backhand springs should, it almost never changed. Never deviate from your strong technique, backhand spring of rebound, Tumbling Tulsa
so not quite perfected but as close as you can get. But mastering a skill takes a lot of work, a lot of consistency. So what is the importance of staying consistent? Rusty?
Um, most athletes who have a hard time getting a skill on their own, it’s because of the inconsistencies of their tumbling. Um, it allows you to master having that consistency allows you to master skills safer and faster. And it also makes you coachable. That’s the one of the biggest things is working with athletes as the ones you picked skills up faster are the ones who are coachable. If we give them a correction, they almost make that correction the very first time instead of hearing it for months. Tumbling Tulsa then trying to apply that into their tumbling consistency. Also, it teaches you about your body and controlling it, so the more you know your body, the more you know it takes, how much it takes to get your body over your head for a certain skills, you’re definitely going to get more comfortable with your skill that
right, so we want you to make a habit of being consistent. The London University College recently found that it takes approximately 66 days or nine and a half weeks to make a habit by doing the same thing each and every day. In our professional opinion, it takes about four to six weeks or at one hour per day to create a habit of consistency, a proper technique that you want to make sure that you’re being held accountable for the proper technique like we talked about in our podcast, practicing outside of your gym and progressions. So check that out to see what we had to say about that.
Now, Colton, have you ever heard of anybody by the name of Macklemore or Ryan Lewis? Tumbling Tulsa, I believe so, yes. They’ve come out with a little bit of music here and there and they do have a song called 10,000 hours and in that song there’s a lyric that always stood out to me and that lyric is their grades weren’t great because at birth they could paint their were great because they paint a lot. Now obviously I know nothing about painting, but the one thing I do know is tumbling and relating that to tumbling like the more hours you put in, it’s going to pull you through those full outs like in that or lyric. The course to that is 10,000 hours are like 10,000 ants, 10,000 ants. They carry me. Those hours are what’s going to pull you through full outs or if you’re tired at the end of your private and you’re having to do a skill, those hours that you’ve put into master that skill or working up art is what’s going to pull you through that.
So with that, Tumbling Tulsa remember that even the great tumblers, we’re not born great tumblers. They became great tumblers by putting in the work and that’s the answer that he was talking about.
Now, talking about consistency and staying committed also goes along with if you are a perfectionist, that’s great. Just not being so much of a perfectionist and you’re tumbling to where it hinders you from trying the skill or growing in the skill. I’m seeing way too many times in a tub with tumblers to where if one little thing changes with their fingers out of place on the round off, they’ll stop the round off and you can’t have that happen because it’s not realistic. Tumbling Tulsa If you’re doing that and a routine and something goes wrong, you still have to be able to finish your skill
and by doing that you’re subconsciously reinforcing the idea that it’s okay to stop and you’re tumbling and believe me, you will find a day where you’re competing or you’re going full out and that one thing feels wrong and so subconsciously, without even thinking about it, you stop and that’s what we’re trying to get you to avoid here at justice tumbling company. So we want our athletes to be not only physically strong but mentally strong and technique wise, strong as well. This has been committing and consistency on Tulsa tumbled talks. If you’re interested in finding out more about us justice tumbling company, please visit our website justice tumbling co.com.
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