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Top 50 Gymnasium Coach Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Gymnasium Coach. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Gymnasium Coach resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.2% of Gymnasium Coach resumes contained Gymnastics Classes as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Gymnasium Coach actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Gymnasium Coach

1. Gymnastics Classes
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Here's how Gymnastics Classes is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Instruct recreational Gymnastics classes in the Parent/Child 1- 3 year old age group, and 3-6 year old age group.
  • Instructed and coached gymnastics classes of various levels including Mommy and Me, SuperTots, and Recreational Levels 1-3.
  • Job responsibilities include coaching and assisting coaching to gymnastics classes for children 3-12 years of age.
  • Teach gymnastics classes for children, create unique lesson plans for various ages and abilities.
  • Led instruction of gymnastics classes of 15 children ranging from 3 to 12 years old.
  • Coached a competitive cheer prep team as well as recreational cheer and gymnastics classes.
  • Cloud State University, I taught recreational gymnastics classes for children age 4-18.
  • Coached gymnastics classes at Wayne State University for Detroit youth over two summers.
  • Coach and spot Community Education Gymnastics classes for ages 2-12.
  • Helped lead gymnastics classes and make sure students are safe
  • Compiled lesson plans for various gymnastics classes.
  • Coached gymnastics classes for children ages 5-13.
  • Coached boys and girls recreational gymnastics classes
  • Coached children's gymnastics classes.
  • Coached recreational gymnastics classes for all ages * Coached all day recreational summer camp for ages 3 - 12.
  • Lead gymnastics classes for children of all ages - Instructed private gymnastics classes for children of all ages
  • Coach gymnastics classes Coach at Power Tumbling competitions
  • Assisted coaches in teaching gymnastics classes Ran child care for boot camp program held at gym Assisted in planning gymnastics lesson plans
  • Managed Pre-school gymnastics classes and summer camp (ages 3-5) Evaluate children in order to advance classes
  • Coordinate Gymnastics Classes Organize lesson plans Supervise children and give effective directions for teaching skills Choreograph routines for competitions and shows

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2. Safety Rules
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Here's how Safety Rules is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Followed safety rules and regulations.
  • Explain and enforce safety rules and regulations governing sports, recreational activities, and the use of exercise equipment.
  • Ensured the safety of all practitioners in the class and reminded them about safety rules outside the class.
  • Ensured all safety rules and regulations are adhered at all times for the well-being of each child.
  • Educated staff and children on facility and equipment safety rules.
  • Follow and enforce safety rules applying to equipment.
  • Studied and maintained safety rules and regulations.
  • Explain and enforce safety rules and regulations.
  • Maintained safety rules throughout and after classes.
  • Provide training direction, encouragement and motivation, to student Explain and enforce safety rules and regulations
  • Plan, organize and conduct practice sessions Enforce athlete's safety rules and regulations Communicate with parents regarding important information

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3. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Create engaging lesson plans focused on encouraging individual growth and development.
  • Designed class lesson plans, taught and spotted new skills, choreographed floor/beam/bar routines, and maintained safety at all times
  • Tailored lesson plans according to the abilities of different groups of students to ensure maximum success.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for youth classes targeted to their age appropriate gymnastics skills.
  • Promoted to lead director in which I developed weekly lesson plans.
  • Develop lesson plans to instruct specific skills for each setting.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans and monthly goals for students.
  • Develop lesson plans and incorporate creative set ups and activities.
  • Develop progressive lesson plans for preschool through competitive level gymnasts.
  • Determine appropriate tools and equipment for lesson plans.
  • Develop lesson plans for the competitive team program.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for gymnastics classes.
  • Created lesson plans and coached girls and boys
  • Plan and execute lesson plans for practices.
  • Create and carry out lesson plans.
  • Choreograph beam and floor routines for competitive team Create and execute lesson plans for recreational and competitive gymnasts
  • Coached beginning through competitive level girls gymnastics Developed lesson plans and tracked students' progress
  • Created routines for each gymnast based on their skill level - Organized daily lesson plans - Motivated students to improve their skills
  • Instruct Class Make Lesson Plans Monthly Evaluations
  • Compiled lesson plans for various gymnastics classes Led numerous classes including: tumbling, cheerleading, preschool, and pre-team

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4. Birthday Parties
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Here's how Birthday Parties is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Teach privet lessons, recreational classes, help with team practices, and run birthday parties on weekends.
  • Coached and supervised children during gymnastics class, birthday parties and kid zone free play.
  • Hosted birthday parties for 10-25 children, which includes developing activities and supervising.
  • Organized, planned, prepared and serve as hostess to scheduled birthday parties.
  • Supervised birthday parties and open gyms, participated in marketing events.
  • Assisted with birthday parties and the weekly cleaning of the gym.
  • Organized planned events for birthday parties and other related activities.
  • Assist with events, birthday parties and group gymnastics activities.
  • Entertained and monitored children's birthday parties each weekend.
  • Watch over children and enforce rules during birthday parties.
  • Set up and take down of birthday parties.
  • Assist in organizing & working birthday parties.
  • Assist with Birthday Parties, make sure the kids stay safe and secure.
  • Coached gymnastics to pre-school, all recreational levels, tumbling beginning to advanced, and also worked birthday parties.
  • Coordinated most meets for all teams, birthday parties, daily schedules for daily events.
  • Coached recreational and competitive gymnastics Created individual skill development training programs Organized youth birthday parties
  • Worked at Birthday Parties In charge of equipment updating for the center Designed new gymnastics classes.
  • Direct birthday parties for children of all ages Work front office Maintain lobby and restroom sanitation
  • Led group activities Coordinated birthday parties Worked closely with adults and their children
  • Teach fundamentals of gymnastics Work Birthday parties Work kids night out

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5. Skill Levels
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Here's how Skill Levels is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Formed effective curricula in order to best coach groups of 3-15 young gymnasts of varying skill levels, needs and behaviors.
  • Coached boys and girls of various ages and skill levels to assist in their growth, development, and advancement.
  • Lead gymnastics coach to youth ranging from preschool to thirteen years of age with a variety of skill levels.
  • Evaluate and assess individual skill levels to ensure students challenge themselves and move closer to their full potential.
  • Provide supervision and coaching for various skill levels and ages on vault, bars, beam and floor.
  • Coached and taught gymnastics to children ages 3-15 in various skill levels from beginners to team levels.
  • Developed lesson plans for varies age and skill levels, taught lessons to children ages 0-18.
  • Instructed gymnastics classes for multiple ages and skill levels ranging from beginner to advanced classes.
  • Provide instruction for gymnastics students of all ages and skill levels.
  • Coach gymnastics to athletes of different ages and skill levels.
  • Coached children of all skill levels ages 3 to 16.
  • Evaluated performance of students to determine progression of skill levels.
  • Designed fun and safe activities for different skill levels.
  • Worked with wide age range and skill levels.
  • Instruct athletes of all skill levels and ages.
  • Coached multiple skill levels and ages.
  • Instructed children of various skill levels in the sport of gymnastics Assisted other coaches to enhance the learning experience for their gymnasts
  • Maintained Equipment in a safe and effective order Instructed gymnastics classes for multiple age and skill levels from beginner to advanced classes
  • Planned and implemented lessons to teach children coordination, body awareness, and gymnastics skills according to their skill levels.
  • Created a program designed for K-12 students and all skill levels Taught proper form and techniques while implementing core values

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6. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Managed an interactive, fun, educational and safe environment
  • Maintain a professional and safe environment through education, progressive goal planning, and training stages.
  • Teach solid, technical gymnastics while providing a fun safe environment for the kids.
  • Trained young athletes and worked with staff to create a fun and safe environment.
  • Teach children, of all ages, gymnastics in a fun and safe environment.
  • Teach kids how to learn new gymnastics skills in a fun and safe environment
  • Provided a safe environment as well as implementing proper drills and technique.
  • Check equipment and gym regularly to ensure a safe environment for participants.
  • Established a safe environment by spotting gymnasts on the equipment.
  • Encourage enjoyment of the sport in a safe environment.
  • Assist in training while promoting a safe environment for participants
  • Formed a fun, safe environment for students.
  • Established a safe environment for the children.
  • Maintained a safe environment for students.
  • Coached competitive gymnastics in training for competition Trained gymnastics to a variety of age groups in a safe environment
  • Teach fundementals skills while creating a fun and safe environment for the kids!
  • Coach youths in gymnastics Provide safe environment
  • Trained young children gymnastics skills Maintained safe environment for children Organized weekly training schedules
  • Choreograph routines Maintain a safe environment Stay up-to-date of gymnastics skills
  • Managed an interactive, fun, educational and safe environment - Created lesson plans - Ran birthday parties

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7. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Teach children by spotting and assisting them to safely learn new skills, customer service, light office work, cleaning.
  • Provided outstanding customer service with exciting, high energy birthday parties on the weekends to draw in more customers.
  • Cleaned stations, filed paperwork, and answered phones while representing gym as a customer service representative.
  • Display a positive Christian attitude that reflects the YMCA mission statement, and customer service.
  • Helped grow business by over 300% with effective coaching and exceptional customer service
  • Provide customer service - Manage and maintain equipment standards - Adjust equipment accordingly
  • People skills- I have been working in customer service for ten years.
  • Coach gymnastics while providing excellent customer service to children and parents.
  • Handled quality customer service to both existing and new clients.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service when dealing with parents and students.
  • Acted as customer service and greeter to clients.
  • Received the All-Star Award for exceptional customer service.
  • Provided superior customer service to parents and children.
  • Interact with customers and developed customer service skills.
  • Provided excellent customer service for the parents.
  • Exhibit excellent customer service with members.
  • Coach recreational and preschool ages gymnastics skills, write lesson plans for classes Provide customer service, lead camps, special classes
  • Deal with Public *Customer Service *Sell snacks, Leotards and Accessories *Instruction to 4 and up ages
  • Coached all ages Classroom supervisor Client Services/customer service/billing Jump!
  • Coach 2-18 year old students in gymnastics Customer Service Train Staff Schedule birthday party Maintenance on equipment/building Open and close the gym

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8. Private Lessons
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Here's how Private Lessons is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Coached private lessons, communicated regularly with parents.
  • Facilitated private lessons for cheerleaders and gymnasts.
  • Instruct classes of 25-30 ages 2-18 - Train new coaching staff - Ensure safety of athletes - Provide private lessons as requested
  • Worked as a Gymnastics Coach including responsible for back handspring classes, recreation classes, private lessons, etc.
  • Developed and implemented a mandatory monthly skill chart checklist which generated an increase in private lessons each month.
  • Led tumbling classes, summer camps, private lessons, birthday parties, and other sports activities.
  • Contracted personally by parents due to my skills to conduct private lessons to advance skills.
  • Served in leadership position holding private lessons in addition to head coach of classes.
  • Hold private lessons and birthday parties for individuals at the gym.
  • Summer gymnastics camp counselor, private lessons, dance classes.
  • Trained athletes both in classes and one-on-one private lessons.
  • Coached private lessons to both gymnasts and cheerleaders.
  • Handle all scheduling private lessons and classes.
  • Provided private lessons when needed.
  • Specialized in Private lessons developing basic and advanced gymnastic skills.
  • Provided coaching for gymnastics, cheerleading, summer camp, make-up classes, private lessons, and community classes.
  • Encourage athletes to signup of additional classes and/or private lessons as needed
  • Coached girls recreational gymnastics 5-teen Coached adult gymnastics classes Private lessons
  • Managed and trained other employees; instructed recreational classes; coached and managed competitive teams; and taught private lessons Activities
  • Created lesson plans and Coached girls and boys Held private lessons Supervised and open/closed gym as needed

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9. Front Desk
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Here's how Front Desk is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Worked the front desk, helping with data entry, filing, welcoming students, and answering questions.
  • Work behind front desk, answering phone calls, taking tuition payments, and placing children into classes.
  • Front desk work including checking students in, signing up new families, and selling merchandise.
  • Front desk duties; collecting payments, answering phones/emails, assist clients and students.
  • Manage the front desk, responsible for party bookings, registration, skills evaluations.
  • Entrusted to open square footage facility unaided and performed customer services at the front desk
  • Oversee front desk, assisting customers with questions and collection of payments.
  • Worked the front desk, handling the paperwork and money during registration.
  • Assist with after school program and front desk responsibilities as needed.
  • Performed front desk duties including customer service and finances.
  • Provide class schedules for front desk and other staff.
  • Worked at the front desk and handled cash affairs.
  • Worked front desk taking money for different events.
  • Team coach, front desk help
  • Train children ages 3 and up gymnastics skills of various levels Working front desk helping people pay monthly fees and answering phones
  • Teach the basics of gymnastics tumbling * Responsible for working the front desk to check the kids into class.
  • Coach for competitive gymnastics - Recreational gymnastics coach - Front Desk assistant
  • Club Fitness, July-Sept. 8th, 2016 Manage front desk, answer phones, sell memberships Clean equipment Provide customer service
  • Coach ages 2-12 Teach children correct forms and basics of gymnastics Birthday party coordinator Janitorial cleaning Front desk receptionist
  • Head Coach Activities Director After School & Summer Camp Program Coordinator Accounts Payable Customer Service/ Front Desk

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10. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Maintained open communication with gymnastics director regarding any issues if any.
  • Learned extreme responsibility, patience, and effective communication.
  • Maintained effective communication with participants and their parents.
  • Managed quality communication and support for each student.
  • Manage office communication and payment systems.
  • Enhanced communication skills by speaking with parents about various issues, including encouraging them to keep their children in the program.
  • Worked well with other employees by being a self-motivated team player that demonstrated effective communication skills and showed patience with customers.
  • Used strong communication skills to aid and assist athletes through moments of despair, to overcome obstacles.
  • Project leader in 5 of 5 Business/Communication core projects regarding consulting, marketing, and brand development.
  • Interact with parents on progress of child/children Skills Used Communication with parents students and other coaches.
  • Facilitate training sessions for new employees focused on improving communication skills with students and families.
  • Trained/coached children from ages 2-12 in proper gymnastics techniques using hands-on methods and verbal communication.
  • Learned important communication skills necessary to building relationships with the children I was coaching.
  • Maintain open communication with parents to inform them of student's progress.
  • Gained essential communication skills when working directly with children and their parents.
  • Demonstrated effective communication (oral, written and interpersonal) skills.
  • Demonstrated communication skills with parents after each class.
  • Provided clear communication, examples, and encouragement.
  • Instilled core YMCA values Communication with children's parents and families
  • Coach competitive gymnastics through thorough communication and knowledge of sport to girls ages 5-18 Provide Mental training Supervise gymnasts Mentor

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11. AGE Groups
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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Trained all levels of gymnastics from beginner to advance with age groups varying from 2-15 years in private and group sessions.
  • Lead a structured course of varied age groups and skill levels on the background and the skills of the sport Gymnastics
  • Educated children of various age groups and skill sets how to perform gymnastics correctly, safely, and have fun
  • Created lesson plans, took attendance, and helped children with their skills, ranging with all age groups.
  • Coached after-school programs for multiple age groups and skill levels,
  • Planned activities for certain age groups.
  • Prepared age groups 2-18 for competition
  • Worked with age groups 1 - 14 years.
  • Coached men's gymnastics to multiple age groups Taught skills ranging from fundamental to advanced
  • Managed Parkour/Fitness Classes with different age groups and different fitness levels.
  • Coached various age groups and functioned as a chaperone
  • Coached all age groups from 3 to 18 - CARA certified
  • Age Groups 2-5 and 6-12 GYMNASTICS TRAINING:
  • Have been coaching for five years, teaching all age groups: (4 years old - ).
  • Teach children about gymnastics Demonstrate skills to gymnasts Spot gymnasts at practice Work with different age groups

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12. Conduct Practice Sessions
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Here's how Conduct Practice Sessions is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Develop, organize, and conduct practice sessions adjusting coaching techniques based on strengths and weaknesses of athletes
  • Plan, organize, and conduct practice sessions for 150 young gymnasts each week.
  • Plan, organize, and conduct practice sessions and physical conditioning programs.
  • Plan, organize, and conduct practice sessions.

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13. Positive Role Model
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Here's how Positive Role Model is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Acted as a positive role model for team participants and in the community.
  • Teach, exhibit sound judgment, enforce discipline, supervise, positive role model
  • Act as a positive role model for the members and their parents.
  • Acted as a positive role model for team participants and in the community.Skills Excellent verbal and written skills.

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14. Competitive Level
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Here's how Competitive Level is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Planned and executed gymnastics classes for children from preschool level to Provincial-competitive level.
  • Developed and implemented dance and floor routine choreography to competitive level gymnasts.
  • Develop conditioning program for competitive levels.
  • Instructed beginner and competitive level gymnastics
  • Provide competitive level gymnastics coaching.
  • Teach young kids body control and the art and form of gymnastics, up to the competitive level.
  • Choreographed competitive gymnastics routines * Trained, critiqued, and managed competitive level girl's team athletes
  • Employed as Gymnastics Coach for girls ages 6-12 on all competitive levels of gymnastics.
  • Assess gymnasts for competitive level advancement, identifying strengths and areas for improvement.
  • Managed teams of up to 15 gymnasts from competitive levels 2 through 10.
  • Coached athletes with gymnastic skills ranging from beginners to competitive level 6..
  • Work to prepare young athletes to perform at a competitive level.
  • Prepared gymnasts at the competitive level for their meet season.
  • Instruct competitive levels 2-6 and recreational gymnastics Attend level 2-4 competitions
  • Pay: 8.45Duties: Coaching students of all ages gymnastics at a class level and competitive level
  • Coach boys and girls ages 0-17 through competitive levels of gymnastics Lead gymnastics birthday parties
  • Coached gymnast of all ages at beginning competitive levels thru high level national championships.
  • Coached club level 4 and competitive level 6 to earn several championships.
  • Trained and taught young girls gymnastics skills at a competitive level.
  • Coached competitive level & pre-team programs and recreational classes.

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15. OLD Children
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Here's how OLD Children is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Instructed 4-13 year-old children in Olympic-style gymnastics

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16. Proper Technique
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Here's how Proper Technique is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Demonstrate dancing instruction with the ability to teach and develop the skills and proper techniques in area of specialty.
  • Instructed children ages 3-13 years on proper technique of basic and higher level gymnastics skills in an enthusiastic environment
  • Created and implemented weekly lesson plans focused on providing proper technique instruction and skill improvement in young athletes.
  • Job description: To teach the fundamentals and proper technique of gymnastics in a safe and motivating environment
  • Provide safe environment: Proper techniques, mats, knowledge of first aid, etc.
  • Instruct children ages four to eleven years of age in proper techniques in gymnastics.
  • Spotted gymnasts on new or dangerous skills ensuring physical safety and proper technique.
  • Train gymnasts on the proper techniques and forms of gymnastics.
  • Issued safety and procedure rules and demonstrated proper technique.
  • Coach children and adults proper technique.
  • Lead gymnastics classes, spot tumbling, teach proper techniques, coach cheerleading squads, create routines, ensure all safety.
  • Instructed gymnasts on proper technique and skill development Set goals through the lesson plans that I created for the gymnasts each day
  • Structure proper tumbling classes for levels 1 through 5 that produces proper technique for safety and progression.
  • Manage the class Teach proper techniques in order to ensure safety Allow opportunities for the children to express themselves creatively

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17. Student Athletes
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Here's how Student Athletes is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Maintained high academic standards for all student athletes and enforced academic discipline.
  • Monitor the academic eligibility of student athletes.
  • Coached and trained over 400 student athletes in advanced gymnastics and acrobatic skills.
  • Motivated and encouraged student athletes to do their best during practices and competitions.
  • Drafted and distributed a packet for student athletes outlining rules and expectations.
  • Mentor student athletes to develop their skills both athletically and socially.
  • Coordinated schedules with parents and student athletes.
  • Monitored the academic performance of student athletes Created and ran up-to-date and relevant drills
  • Motivated and encouraged student athletes to hold themselves to a higher standard in and out of the gym.

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18. Special Events
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Here's how Special Events is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Instructed and supervised children ages 2.5 to 10 years old in classes, camps, birthday parties, and special events.
  • Coached gymnastics to girls ranging from age 6 - 16- Assisted in the coordination of special events hosted at the gym
  • Coach competitive gymnastics, recreational gymnastics, and tumbling -Supervised and planned special events and birthday parties
  • Assisted with supervision and coaching of open gym, birthday parties, and special events.
  • Key member in coordinating and facilitating meets, parent nights and other special events.
  • Organized and assisted with special events including Open Gym and Birthday Parties.
  • Coach youth in gymnastics, coordination of special events for youth.
  • Organized and supervised special events and trained new events employees.
  • Host special events such as birthday parties and open gym sessions
  • Organized and helped facilitate over fifteen special events each month.
  • Planned and coordinated special events such as private parties.
  • Assisted Director with special events and program planning.
  • Coordinate and managed birthday parties and special events.
  • Coached special events and birthday parties.
  • Run and work special events.
  • Coached instructional level gymnastics Lead special events such as Family Fun Time, First Friday and birthday parties
  • Marketed classes and special events to current and potential clients by implementing direct mail and flyer campaigns.
  • Worked with Events Coordinator to plan summer camp activities Lead special events and birthday parties
  • Coached recreational and competitive cheerleading / Coached gymnastics Leader for special events
  • Coached children from ages 4-12 in Gymnastics Assisted in training seminars Worked birthday parties and special events

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Here's how CPR is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Received Live Scan finger printing: Took company mandate CPR course
  • Certified as Coach and also CPR certified.
  • Performed CPR Geriatric Patient Volunteer.
  • Coached gymnastics to young children -CPR and Safety Training -Developed and choreographed routines

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20. Summer Camps
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Here's how Summer Camps is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Coached gymnastics classes, led summer camps, and instructed birthday parties for children ages 3-10 years old.
  • Coached gymnastics at kid's summer camps at Elementary Schools throughout the front range through Airborne programs.
  • Coached several gymnastics teams, ran summer camps and after school activities and birthday parties.
  • Conducted and Lead Summer Camps as well as heading Birthday parties in gym.
  • Lead instructor for summer camps ages three to five years old.
  • Lead and assisted in boys' gymnastic classes and in Summer Camps
  • Directed gymnastics summer camps (4 years) for150 athletes.
  • Worked summer camps dealing with children ages 4 to 14.
  • Coach gymnastics summer camps, specifically with preschool age children.
  • Coached girls ages 7-11 * Managed office * Ran summer camps
  • Assisted in team summer camps.
  • Planned clinics and summer camps.
  • Assist during school breaks, summer camps, and field trips.
  • Coached recreational girls gymnastics, preschool classes, summer camps, parent's night out, and hosted birthday parties.
  • Instructed preschool, private and recreational classes Hosted birthday parties, kids night out, and summer camps
  • Conducted weeklong summer camps with all ages assisting in coaching and organizing activities during camp week.
  • Organized preschool and school age summer camps at Geist Sports Academy, June-July 2011.
  • Coached teams of boys in developmental gymnastics and led multiple summer camps
  • Coach recreational and pre team gymnastics classes, and summer camps.
  • Coach kids from 1 to 18, Preschool level to Pre-Team Camp Counselor for Summer Camps Interact with parents Clean Gym

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21. Balance Beam
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Here's how Balance Beam is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Train gymnasts 5-18 years of age in all events of gymnastics; vault, uneven bars, balance beam, floor.
  • Act as a spotter for the children as they learn to master the skills on balance beam and uneven bars.
  • Coached girls 5-14 year old general gymnastics classes on floor, balance beam, uneven bars, and vault routines.
  • Educate, explain and demonstrate execution techniques and dance on balance beam, uneven bars, vaulting and floor exercise.
  • Instruct various skills to levels one through six on vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor.
  • Specialized in coaching of Balance Beam and Floor Exercise (Tumbling Events), Trampoline, and Recreational Classes.
  • Coached children ages 3 to 10 in gymnastics skills including tumbling, parallel bars and balance beam.TEACHING- RELATED EXPERIENCE
  • Prepared students for championships in parallel bars, high bar, still rings, floor, balance beam.
  • Instructed bars, vault runway, floor, balance beam, and trampoline skill sets.
  • Assisted in the choreography of floor and balance beam routines.
  • Create balance beam routines following strict guidelines and requirements.
  • Choreographed routines for balance beam and floor.
  • balance beam, uneven bars, vault, and trampoline work.

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Performed administrative duties such as customer registration, answering phone calls and directing customers to appropriate classes.
  • Answered phone calls, accurately answered questions about company, greeted clients, and scheduled appointments.
  • Answered incoming phone calls as well as assist in locking up the facility.
  • Answered phone calls, processed payments, and addressed customer's questions.
  • Teach tumbling* Make up dance routine* Sell Leotards* Answer Phone Calls
  • Check and return phone calls, messages, and e-mails.
  • Answer telephone calls and respond to inquiries or transfer calls.
  • Answered phone calls about business and classes.
  • Assist in making phone calls, creating event flyers, and face-to-face interactions for marketing purposes.
  • Coached ages 2-16 Received phone calls and offered assistance; hosted birthday parties
  • Schedule birthday parties Answer phone calls Teach children gymnastics skills Play with children

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23. Gym Equipment
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  • Provided supervision to children ages 6+-General gym equipment safety knowledge-Teaching of gymnastics skills and routines
  • Assisted children on gym equipment and floor exercises.
  • Maintained various gym equipment and the gym.
  • Cleaned and sterilized gym equipment.
  • keep children safe while using gym equipment by creating a safe and fun environment for kids to constructively learn gymnastic skills.
  • Set up audio and gym equipment.Greeted parents and kids, answered phones and provided accurate information about classes and policies.
  • Supervised and taught how to safely use gym equipment (ex.
  • Answer phones Coach children from ages 2 and up Maintain gym equipment Work front desk

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24. Skill Development
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Here's how Skill Development is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Coached young recreational children into developing coordination skills and to build/enhance skill development.
  • Encouraged skill development and improvement with gymnasts.
  • Coach preschool to high school children on various gymnastics techniques to enhance their skill development and empower them through activity engagements.
  • Teach young children basic gymnastic skills Provide progress reports to parents on child's skill development Oversee desk operations and answer phones
  • Provided skill development, motivation, and basic life lessons to children to improve their gymnastics and life skills.
  • Coached level 3, 4 and 5 gymnasts in skill development, skill improvement and competition performance.
  • Coordinated routines and lesson plans to increase my students' skill development and perfect their form.
  • Guide athletes towards skill development in all Olympic gymnastics events and improvement of overall fitness.
  • Assess gymnasts for their strengths and weaknesses and develop a plan for skill development.
  • Created lesson plans focusing on the fundamentals of gymnastics with emphasis on skill development.
  • Provided private one on one tutoring with gymnasts needing special skill development.
  • Developed plans for motor skill development within preschool and school age children.
  • Designed new teaching techniques to aid in skill development.
  • Work with clients and parents to assure skill development.
  • Focus on skill development and safety.
  • Provided skill development and improved body awareness through proper biomechanical techniques for gymnasts aged six to eighteen.
  • Structured practicing schedules to train kids ages 3-15 Effectively communicated with parents regarding their children's skill development
  • Generated and implemented weekly lesson plans for skill development and improvement in which staffmembers were trained by.
  • Coached children ages 4 to 18 Assisted gymnasts in skill development
  • Work on strength, flexibility and skill development.

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25. Leadership
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Here's how Leadership is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Screened behaviors during practices and enforced equitable groups during workouts which strengthened personal responsibility and leadership in students.
  • Instructed children ages seven to eighteen effectively through communication and leadership skills.
  • Instruct and lead Tiny Team Gymnastics team, including coordination with parents of athletes, gym staff and leadership, etc.
  • Set on bringing out the best in kids and adults through leadership, dedication and challenging day by day.
  • Used leadership and communication skills when training children, ages 2-18, and mentoring children with disabilities in gymnastics
  • Work with children ages 3-13, organize schedules, demonstrate strong leadership skills.
  • Use leadership abilities along with communications skills to teach gymnastics to children.
  • Showed authority and leadership to my students by enforcing discipline during sessions.
  • Used leadership skills to teach a preschool class with 35 participants.
  • Promoted leadership development, self-confidence and team building in young athletes.
  • Provided advice and leadership to students and fellow coaches.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills by being able to enforce consequences.
  • Learned skills in leadership, organization, and patience.
  • Exercised leadership by means of example and instruction.
  • Encourage teamwork, leadership skills, and self-confidence.
  • Provide leadership, instruction and guidance.
  • Assisted in developing technical skills, mental discipline, and teamwork LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
  • Developed a weekly skills schedule for the kids Demonstrated leadership and professionalism during the workout Built relationships with the kids and parents
  • Used leadership skills to teach a preschool class with 35 participants Responsible for the lesson plans and teaching of a cheerleading class
  • Guided a group of children to achieve their goals Presented leadership skills Improved communication skills Volunteer

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26. Xcel
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Here's how Xcel is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Cooperated excellently with other coaches to provide a solid learning environment.
  • Teach athletes to perform acrobatic gymnastics skills at a level to meet and excel at the specific requirements set by USAG.
  • Inspired students to strive for excellence, not only in gymnastics, but in all facets of their lives.
  • Coached Level 3 competitive girls and taught specific skills for them to be able to excel and improve.
  • Created Excel Spreadsheet to organize payments, billing cycles, and gymnast's scores for the season.
  • Teach proper stretching, conditioning, technique and form for kids to excel in the sport.
  • Work with gymnasts of various ages and learning styles to excel in the sport of gymnastics.
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills with youth, adults and families by listening and giving suggestions.
  • Focus on providing an excellent experience for students and interacting with kids and parents
  • Head Gymnastics Coach for Excel Teams Bronze and Silver.
  • Developed the XCEL Competitive Team and Training Team Programs.
  • Designed, developed, and led Xcel program, including 30 children at 3 levels achieving 7 state champions from 2009-2011.
  • Managed totally all programmatic requirements and logistical details of the Xcel program with total annual revenue of $700,000.
  • Teach basic safety, gymnastics, and life skills to young gymnasts Train/coach USAG and XCEL competitive teams
  • Developed and ran competitive team training programs Responsible for choreography of XCEL beam and floor routines
  • Develop conditioning lists for ongoing and progressive strength training for the Xcel team.
  • Coached recreational as well as competitive gymnastics in the EXCEL program.
  • Train compulsory and Xcel level gymnasts for competitive USAG sanctioned events
  • Coach recreation and Xcel team gymnastics
  • Coached gymnasts from ages 5-18 to reach their maximal potential Lead and directed gymnastics classes Maintained excellent parent-coach relationships

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27. Basic Gymnastics
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Here's how Basic Gymnastics is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Work with kids ages 1-16, teaching them anywhere from basic gymnastics to advanced skills and team routines.
  • Supervised and coached classes and lesson on basic gymnastics skills with children ages 2-12.
  • Team Coach in charge of teaching basic gymnastics skills to girls ages 4-13.
  • Coach preschool children basic gymnastics skills, manage groups of children and parents.
  • Coach basic gymnastics skills to children between the ages of 4 and 9.
  • Worked with children between ages three to six on basic gymnastics skills.
  • Guided children aged 3 and up in the fundamentals of basic gymnastics.
  • Coached children from age 2 and up, doing basic gymnastics.
  • Coached kids from the age of 5-10 basic gymnastics skills.
  • Provide help and knowledge on basic gymnastics skills to gymnasts.
  • Provide basic gymnastics skills to young children.
  • Teach 2-4 year old basic gymnastics skills.
  • Introduce basic gymnastics skills to children ages 2-5
  • Developed basic gymnastics and fitness skills with recreational students.
  • Planned and trained young boys and girls basic gymnastics skills Built up their confidence and inner strength
  • Teach basic gymnastics skills to children of all ages Choreograph routines for two recitals each year
  • worked with ages 5 to 10 teaching basic gymnastics
  • Instructed children on basic gymnastics movements Worked in a fast-paced environment Maintained accurate and complete teaching mechanisms
  • Teach beginner girls basic gymnastics skills Mullaney Photography Cullman, AL Photographer, Ongoing Wedding, portrait, and event photography
  • Teach basic gymnastics skills to children ages 5-15 Keep an upbeat attitude in stressful situations Creating event flyers and sending mass emails

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28. Training Direction
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Here's how Training Direction is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, and motivation; to prepare gymnasts for competitions and regular work outs.
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, and motivation children from ages 2-16.
  • Provide hands on training direction, encouragement and motivation.

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29. Competitive Events
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Here's how Competitive Events is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Motivated athletes for competitive events.
  • Provided training direction, encouragement and motivation to prepare children ages 2-17 for games, competitive events or tours.
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, motivation, and nutritional advice to prepare athletes for competitive events.
  • Provide training, direction, encouragement, and motivation to help individuals prepare for competitive events.
  • Organized and directed gymnastics classes, cheer classes, and competitive events.
  • Assisted in helping students prepare for competitive events.
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, and motivation in order to prepare athletes for games,competitive events, and/or tours.

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30. Proper USE
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Here's how Proper USE is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Assist and encourage participants to help increase their skills * Monitor participants use of equipment to ensure safe and proper use
  • Created and conducted gymnastic lesson plans, monitoring athletes' use of equipment to ensure safe and proper use.
  • Monitor athletes' use of equipment to ensure safe and proper use.
  • Teach and demonstrate proper use of gymnastics and training equipment.
  • Advise athletes on the proper use of equipment.
  • Monitor and teach the proper use of equipment.
  • Guided students about the proper use of equipment.

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31. Ensure Safety
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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Monitored recreational activities to ensure safety and provided emergency and first aid assistance.
  • Enforced rules and regulations of recreational facilities to maintain discipline and ensure safety.
  • Work closely with gymnasts of all ages and skill levels-Instigate improvement-Ensure safety
  • Observed children to ensure safety regulations were followed during open gym
  • Work to ensure safety and obtain trust in my students.
  • Spotted skills to ensure safety of gymnasts.
  • Train kids in the sport of gymnasticsEnsure safety while using equipment Customer service
  • Planned and executed practice sessions * Responsible for motivating athletes * Ensure safety of all participants

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32. Floor Routines
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Here's how Floor Routines is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Designed floor routines for recreational gymnastics presentations.
  • Develop weekly curriculum for the team, assist in developing vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor routines.
  • Observe and spot athletes as they perform on the various apparatus Responsible for choreography of beam and floor routines.
  • Prepared gymnastic for competition by choreographing routines, music selection was instrumental in the success of the floor routines.
  • Developed an all-star cheer squad and choreographed gymnastics floor routines as well as cheer competition routines.
  • Choreograph numerous floor routines for levels 6 through 9.
  • Choreographed all floor routines for MAGA team.
  • Managed and mentored youth gymnastics team while choreographing various floor routines Organized weekly events training sessions teaching floor routines
  • Used jazz/ ballet training to choreograph floor routines.
  • coached class and team level gymnastics Helped organize local gymnastics competitions Choreographed floor routines for team-level competitive gymnasts

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33. Maximum Performance
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Here's how Maximum Performance is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Plan and direct physical conditioning programs that will enable athletes to achieve maximum performance.
  • Achieved maximum performance of the athletes by planning and directing physical conditioning.
  • Teach skills and aspects necessary for the gymnasts to achieve maximum performance.

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34. Positive Relationships
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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Cultivated positive relationships with class participants by teaching a variety of challenging and entertaining group fitness classes.
  • Cultivated positive relationships with participants by interacting with them during group fitness classes.
  • Developed positive relationships with participants, and provided emotional support and guidance.
  • Developed positive relationships with athletes, providing motivational support and guidance.
  • Developed and maintained positive relationships with gymnasts and parents.
  • Developed positive relationships & provided gymnastics training for children.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with all customers.
  • Developed positive relationships with the participants and parents.
  • Developed positive relationships with parents and students.
  • Developed positive relationships with participants.
  • Provided a challenging, fun, and safe learning environment while maintaining positive relationships with co-workers and clientele.
  • Developed and maintained positive relationships with parents, student athletes, fellow coaches, and management.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with the children and their parents/families.
  • Developed positive relationships with parents, schools and the community.
  • Build positive relationships and encourage goal setting.
  • Maintain positive relationships, motivational support, and instructional guidance to all participants.
  • Developed guidelines for injury prevention Developed positive relationships with parents and the community

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35. Strength Training
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Here's how Strength Training is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Provided instruction and individual mentoring in discipline and strength training.
  • Enhanced class performance by utilizing several exercise activities such as stretching, drills, cardiovascular exercise, and strength training.
  • Coach children aged 5+yrs basic gymnastics skills, including flexibility, balance, agility and strength training.
  • Develop rigorous strength training program for 10 competitive gymnasts from ages 18 months-16 yrs.
  • Created strength training and injury prevention techniques for all team members.
  • Developed lesson plans for practices and strength training.
  • Developed student strength training programs.
  • set up fitness programs for the Silver Sneakers, and Youth Strength Training programs .

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36. Nutritional Advice
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37. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Attended the Excalibur Talent Opportunity Training Camp in Virginia Beach where I coached alongside national USA Gymnastics staff members.
  • Coached with at least 10 other staff members and have had groups ranging from 2-12 kids of various ages.
  • Worked with 4 other staff members and gym groups ranging from 10-50 kids of various ages.
  • Communicate with parents/staff members achievements, improvements, concerns, etc.
  • Establish work schedules and assign work to staff members.
  • Substituted for other staff members during their absence.
  • Worked with parents and other staff members.
  • Coached musical theater and acting classes LEAD Camp Supervisor of over 60 kids/10 staff members.

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38. Powerpoint
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39. Instructional Program
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Here's how Instructional Program is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Created instructional programs for the gymnastics which required planning and direct day-to-day operations.
  • Scheduled tasks and developed instructional programs for students.
  • Developed and instructional program for gymnastics students.
  • Developed an instructional program tailored for a gymnastics team consisting of boys ranging from ages 4-8.
  • Create instructional programs for students and training them in various forms of gymnastics.
  • Developed an instructional program for the gymnastics children.
  • Organize an instructional program for the gymnasts.
  • Developed and improved an instructional program for competitive gymnastics students to increase physicalpotential and correct technique and posture.
  • Develop instructional programs for gymnastic students Instruct and monitor students in the use of equipment and materials to prevent injury
  • Help children develop specific skills to progress in the sport Develop an instructional program Ensure the safety of the athletes performing

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40. Positive Attitude
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Here's how Positive Attitude is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Encouraged positive attitudes and self-motivation through positive reinforcement.

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41. Different Levels
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Here's how Different Levels is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Coached six gymnastics classes, five of which were different levels, three classes per nine-week session.
  • Create lesson plans and teach children ages 6months to 12 years different levels of gymnastics skills.
  • Coached gymnastic skills for ages ranging between 3 and 16, taught multiple different levels.
  • Offer alternatives during classes to accommodate different levels of fitness.
  • Created lesson plans to accommodate different levels of gymnasts.
  • Coached children ranging from 3 to 16 in different levels of gymnastics Managed class sizes of roughly 18 children at a time
  • Coached gymnasts in different levels Critiqued the skills of each gymnast Interacted with children of varietal ages

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42. Assistant Coaches
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Here's how Assistant Coaches is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Train assistant coaches in safety standards, proper spotting and performance evaluation.
  • Implement and oversee structured training program for two assistant coaches.
  • Hired assistant coaches to coach Freshmen, and Sophomore teams.
  • Involved in training and professional development of assistant coaches.
  • Trained the new assistant coaches and coaches.

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43. Injury Prevention
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Here's how Injury Prevention is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Provide sports conditioning and injury prevention training.
  • Implemented safety precautions and injury prevention/management.
  • Developed guidelines for injury prevention.
  • Trained in injury protocol, concussion protocol, and injury prevention for the sport.
  • interview can be seen on our website frozenshorts.comOur immediate goal is education, especially in the area of injury prevention.

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44. Constructive Criticism
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Here's how Constructive Criticism is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Motivate and encourage students by providing feedback and constructive criticism.
  • Motivate and encourage while providing feedback and constructive criticism.
  • Accepted constructive criticism and recognition with humility and composure to insure the best coaching is being given to the athletes.
  • Perfected their team building skills and provided them with constructive criticism to build their skills as athletes.
  • Accepted coaching, constructive criticism, and recognition wit humility and composure.
  • Provide feedback in the form of praise and constructive criticism.

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45. Safety Procedures
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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Followed emergency and safety procedures, completing incident and accident reports as necessary.
  • Supervised the children and made sure they were following safety procedures.
  • Communicate with parents about the coaching technique used and safety procedures.
  • Beach, Virginia Organize and conduct recreational gymnastics activities/classes, following safety procedures

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47. Performance Principles
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48. Sport-Specific
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Here's how Sport-Specific is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Head Beam Coach for levels 7- Elite Taught a range of sport-specific skills in a clear, safe manner.
  • Designed and carried out sport-specific strength and conditioning program for team gymnasts.

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49. Proper Form
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Here's how Proper Form is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Demonstrate proper form and technique; ensure gymnastics classes are effective, safe, and fun.
  • Develop drills to ensure proper form is achieved.
  • Teach proper form and execution to prevent injuries
  • Assist athletes with proper form.
  • Demonstrate proper form and technique.

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50. Floor Exercises
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Here's how Floor Exercises is used in Gymnasium Coach jobs:
  • Prepared athletes for competition, choreographed routines, and selected music for floor exercises.
  • Choreograph floor exercises and beam routines for the competitive high school team.
  • Worked on choreography routines and select music for floor exercises.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Gymnasium Coach

Gymnastics Classes

29.0%

Safety Rules

14.9%

Lesson Plans

11.2%

Birthday Parties

9.6%

Skill Levels

4.1%

Safe Environment

3.9%

Customer Service

3.5%

Private Lessons

2.6%

Front Desk

2.5%

Communication

2.3%

AGE Groups

2.2%

Conduct Practice Sessions

1.8%

Positive Role Model

1.7%

Competitive Level

1.7%

OLD Children

1.6%

Proper Technique

1.6%

Student Athletes

1.6%

Special Events

1.6%

CPR

1.4%

Summer Camps

1.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Gymnasium Coach

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1 Gymnastics Classes 23.2%
2 Safety Rules 11.9%
3 Lesson Plans 9.0%
4 Birthday Parties 7.7%
5 Skill Levels 3.3%
6 Safe Environment 3.1%
7 Customer Service 2.8%
8 Private Lessons 2.1%
9 Front Desk 2.0%
10 Communication 1.8%
11 AGE Groups 1.8%
12 Conduct Practice Sessions 1.5%
13 Positive Role Model 1.4%
14 Competitive Level 1.4%
15 OLD Children 1.3%
16 Proper Technique 1.3%
17 Student Athletes 1.3%
18 Special Events 1.2%
19 CPR 1.1%
20 Summer Camps 1.1%
21 Balance Beam 1.1%
22 Phone Calls 1.1%
23 Gym Equipment 1.0%
24 Skill Development 1.0%
25 Leadership 1.0%
26 Xcel 0.9%
27 Basic Gymnastics 0.8%
28 Training Direction 0.8%
29 Competitive Events 0.8%
30 Proper USE 0.7%
31 Ensure Safety 0.7%
32 Floor Routines 0.7%
33 Maximum Performance 0.7%
34 Positive Relationships 0.6%
35 Strength Training 0.6%
36 Nutritional Advice 0.6%
37 Staff Members 0.6%
38 Powerpoint 0.6%
39 Instructional Program 0.6%
40 Positive Attitude 0.6%
41 Different Levels 0.5%
42 Assistant Coaches 0.5%
43 Injury Prevention 0.5%
44 Constructive Criticism 0.5%
45 Safety Procedures 0.5%
46 Scheduling Classes 0.5%
47 Performance Principles 0.4%
48 Sport-Specific 0.4%
49 Proper Form 0.4%
50 Floor Exercises 0.4%
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