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Here’s Exactly What You Get:
- Phase 1 – Build-Up
- Phase 2 – Max Strength
- Phase 3 – Conversion
- Phase 4 – Maintenance
The conditioning Phase series has been one of our most popular selling video series. This “turn key” conditioning program is usable for all levels of intensity:
new beginning clubs through established national caliber programs. It progresses through 4 phases of preparation so as to maximize strength development in the athlete. Each phase offers a less intense beginning point OR a more advanced rigorous program. Numbers of reps and sets are listed for you, and great examples of each exercise are provided. GET STRONGER TODAY!
Phase 1The conditioning Phase series has been one of our most popular selling video series. This “turn key” conditioning program is usable for all levels of intensity: new beginning clubs through established national caliber programs.. Read more.
Phase 2The conditioning Phase series has been one of our most popular selling video series. This “turn key” conditioning program is usable for all levels of intensity: new beginning clubs through established national caliber programs.. Read more.
Handspring ProgressionsCoaching compulsory vault can become very monotonous unless you are armed with a wide variety of skill progressions, lead ups, and return station ideas. This Video is packed with ideas as related to the different phases of the handspring vault.. Read more.
Round-Off Entry ProgressionsPutting your athletes on the right path, early in development, is essential to mastering the Round-Off Entry style vaults. This Video emphasizes patience in the development of the various phases. Coaches will appreciate the detailed attention given.. Read more.
Level 5Success Video founder, John Geddert has been instrumental in the development of past and current compulsory routines for USA Gymnastics. This Video covers the various skills included in the Level 5 bar routine as well as strengthening ideas.. Read more.
Level 6This video builds on the concepts and skills included in the Level 5 Bar video, but stresses a greater degree of excellence. New ideas are introduced to build on the core skills for uneven bars (kipping, casting and swinging) with great.. Read more.
Pirouettes & DismountsTwo of the most commonly deducted areas in a bar routine are the pirouettes and dismounts. This video relates sound training ideas for maximizing the execution of these areas. Again, patience in development is a major emphasis, but after.. Read more.
Major ReleasesFlying high, flipping and re-catching the bar is simply spectacular and a goal for every upper level aspiring gymnast. This video covers the detailed training information needed to make that goal a reality. John Geddert covers the major.. Read more.
Bar TransitionsFinally, by popular demand, a video that covers the transition release moves needed to create a competitive bar routine. John Geddert, coach of USA National Bar Champion, Jordyn Wieber, covers the skill break down, techniques and training.. Read more.
BasicsKathryn Geddert, coach of world beam medalist Jordyn Wieber, gives her input on developing strong fundamentals on Beam. It all starts with proper foot work and alignment and Kathryn illustrates her daily complexes, drills and progressions used in the Twistars USA program.. Read more.
Drills & ProgressionsThe concepts for front tumbling have left some coaches scratching their heads for years, but not after watching this video. Establishing strong basics is always key to success and that is the core content here. From the easiest limbers.. Read more.
Drills & ProgressionsTumbling forms the base for much of gymnastics. This video breaks down the important skills and concepts related to back tumbling. Back Handspring progressions are highlighted along with speed enhancement, alignment, blocking & setting.. Read more.
Dance DrillsThe separator these days on floor can certainly be the ability to present a floor routine with artistry, style and grace. Kathryn Geddert, uses her years of dance experience in putting forth information to help create true artistry.. Read more.
Volume 1Maintenance Phase is the 4th and final phase of the total annual program. This is a 3-4 (max 6) week program that incorporates a combination of Max Strength and Conversion. The numbers are low but the intensity is very high. The idea here is to simply “Maintain” strength during the final and most important part of your competitive season. This phase requires less time to accomplish thus allow more time and energy for routine perfection.. Read more.
What Others are Saying?
This past Saturday I was talking to a parent when she mentioned how her daughter’s arms are beginning to show muscle definition, and I knew that our hard work was starting to paying off!” – Anonymous
I have used several Success Videos including – Conditioning Shaping for gymnastics, Gymnastics Homework, Vault: compulsory vault handspring progressions. Also this webinar SmileMy gymnasts have benefited so much so that prior to implementing some of the Strength program we did a strength test which scores out of 100%. At the start most kids were averaging approx 30-45%. Within 4 weeks of implementing most of the program as seen on the Success Videos I retested the girls in levels 1-7 and on average scores increased by 10-20%. I believe this is a great testimony to how good the programs are and when implemented even into a small clubs program outstanding results are being had. I am excited for what is ahead by continuing to implement the programs and the phase conditioning to have a goal of seeing their results hit 80% by the end of February.Using the vaulting programs and progressions (our scoring being out of 15.00) the girls have gone from scoring mid 12’s to now score high 13s and into the 14s at State events.There is so much diversity in the programs outlined that I can change it up often and still be working the girls hard. The girls have responded well to the programs that I have implemented.Thank you so much for sharing your programs it has been of great benefit to the overall conditioning of my athletes.
- Rachel Pingel