Posted by on September 8, 2017

MGA History – USA GymnasticsUSASF

Upcoming Calendar

  • 9/1 Annual Registration Fees Billed
  • 9/1 – 9/4 Labor Day- Gym Closed
  • 9/5 – 9/11 Evaluation Week
  • 9/5 Open Gym 8-9pm $10
  • 9/7 Open Gym 8-9pm $10
  • 9/8 Open Gym 8-9pm $10

DAILY INSPIRATIONAL MESSAGES:

Featured message this week:

GOOD AND BAD TIMES

You don’t grow in the good times, you grow in the bad times.  Adversity brings out the best in individuals.  We become stronger, better and more alert when we are challenged.  We need to fail, we need to be knocked off of our feet once in while, in order to know how to stand strong.  In the bad times learn to fight. In the good times learn to be appreciative; and always be humble and willing to learn what you don’t already know.


 Some News About The Week:

 Evaluations are scheduled for this week.  Don’t forget to come to class for your evaluation this week.  MGA will be scheduling 2nd evaluations for students that have been flagged to move up.  When you want to know how your child is doing, just go to your parent portal and check your notifications for your uploaded evaluation card.  We are happy to give you child and you the feedback that you need.

Ninja on the Go!  Coach Josh will be bringing our Ninja program to Star Child beginning this week.  So if your


 Motivation of Athletes
Ralph Waldo Emerson

1. Motivation Through Fear

First, instilling fear in others is simple (and it can quickly motivate some people) but over time, fear can easily breed resentment and disloyalty. The athlete who is motivated by fear is likely not so much trying to achieve something as they are trying to avoid something (e.g., losing a position or making a mistake). This athlete generally becomes focused on what not to do, rather than what to do. In time, this can become stressful and lead to a strong sense of resentment and/or disloyalty toward the one instilling the fear.

2. Motivation Through Incentives

     Incentives too can be effective for the short-term. Dangling the “carrot” (e.g., playing time, money, trophies, etc.) is a strong motivator for many athletes but these extrinsic means generally last for only a short time before the “incentives” need increased or made more appealing. The less appealing the incentive, the less motivation one will generally show.

3. Motivation Through Purpose

Finally, developing a strong sense of purpose is most effective for promoting long-term motivation. Creating a sense of purpose and/or meaning is about changing the way athletes think about their roles, their reasons for coming to practice, their influence on teammates, their membership on the team, and their reasons for playing and competing. Providing purpose and meaning is about creating an environment that is conducive to personal growth and encouraging athletes to motivate themselves, as well as inspire their teammates. Developing purpose and meaning takes more time and energy (investment) but it can lead to that long-term motivation for which most coaches are striving.

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Featured Program:

NINJA SQUAD

OBSTACLE COURSE TRAINING

Our one-of-a-kind ninja obstacle course is continually changing and evolving to keep students challenged mentally and physically. Our course incorporates a variety of equipment, walls, and obstacles to develop coordination, strength, problem solving skills, endurance, and perseverance. Course obstacles to include:

  • Slanted Steps
  • Ropes and Hanging Rings
  • Scaling Walls and Rock Climbing Walls
  • Halfpipe Wall
  • Scaling Blocks
  • Vault-over Walls

TUMBLING AND TRAMPOLINE

Another unique aspect of our ninja program is that our students also learn how to flip! We teach turning and flipping skills on trampoline, as well as tumbling skills on our spring floor, rod floor, mini tramp, and foam block pit!


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Drop In Today (Online Only)

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      Don’t want to sign up for a membership?  Click below or go online to mgaproud.com or mgagymnastics.com and purchase a drop in for only $10.  Once you purchase your drop i

n, call the gym and reserve a class time. (first come first serve, Drop Ins expired 6 months after purchase.

PURCHASE NOW!


Visit our New Site The Flip Stop

 Each Week we will post new leotards, T-Shirts, Bows, Socks, Headbands and more.

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Specials @ MGAProud.com

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Cheerleading News – MGA Storm Allstars 

MGA Spirit wear available online! PURCHASE HERE

Show your love of cheer with a Cheer Spirit shirt from The Flip Stop starting at just $9.99!  PURCHASE HERE!

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Buy one of our #mgaproud T shirts today!

For only $7.99 show your pride and wear one of these comfortable vinyl t-shirts.  Click below to purchase and pick your shirt up at MGA on your next class.  Shirts may be personalized with your child’s name on it for $5.00 additional.

PURCHASE NOW!

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Buy one of our BEAMS TODAY!

For onlyScreen Shot 2017-08-13 at 8.26.30 PM $99 get your little champion a personalized beam. It is important for your little girl to practice every day on her skills as home.  Our little starter beams are perfect for beginning to even more advanced skills.  Click below to purchase and pick your beam up at MGA on your next class.  Beams are personalized and safely carpeted.

PURCHASE NOW!

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