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|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on February 7, 2013 at 1:15 PM||comments (0)|
“Fist sight of exercise I’d run a mile” Anyone who says that a half marathon is easy has obviously not seen me in my tracksuit looking like the fifth teletubby doing battle with a treadmill. For some reason I could not get this extract from a torture chamber to understand the words slow nor could I stop it from creating the Himalayas every time I mistakenly hit the ‘Random Hill’ button (when will someone invent a downhill treadmill)? No option but to hit the roa...Read Full Post »
Well, I've recently completed the UKCC Level 2 course at Rugeley Leisure Centre in Staffordshire, the home of G-Force Trampoline Club. Their Head Coach Paul Coates ran the course and was very enlightening.
The level 2 course was 5 days long and built on the basic moves learnt in level one and concentrated on all the progressions needed for forward somersault, back somersault, lazy backs, baranis and crash dives.
The course also concentrated on gymnast...Read Full Post »
|Posted by shaun on August 2, 2010 at 4:22 AM||comments (3)|
I really enjoyed peters level 2 course,Which i attended with sammy so that the coaches had children there to practice on.
Although it was peters course me and sammy also learnt a lot over the two days. I learnt front somersaults and sammy learnt lazy backs.
It was really good fun even though it was really hard work.
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This write up was done by Darren on Josh and Elise's first West Midlands Training Squad Session:-
Saturday was Josh and Elise's (J/E) first development squad session. After registration they had their warm -up and then were split into two groups.
They started on the trampoline and stayed together - they were the only 2 and spent an hour and three quarters doing one on one off. Their fitness levels were really tested by this stint and ...Read Full Post »
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|Posted by email@example.com on December 23, 2009 at 7:16 AM||comments (1)|
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Who can guess which parent brought her two children to trampolining last Sunday at 09:00am because she forgot to put her clocks back?
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|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on October 11, 2009 at 4:18 PM||comments (2)|
It was lovely to see you all yesterday at Cocks Moor Woods and this morning at Phoenix. I'm pleased to report that at long last between myself and Nigel we have managed to collect in all of the money for my sponsored somersault. Thanks to the incredible generosity of yourselves plus my family and friends we raised an impressive £120. Add to this a very generous sponsorship of £100 from my employer, Fujitsu Services, I managed to rai...Read Full Post »