Gymnastics Coaching: In Focus


  • Anie S. Quijano, Nelson N. Enage, Balme M. Diva, Julius P. Gekin, Jaype Drexter F. Gumaod, Rollen M. Panaligan, Sheherazade Mendez- Portugues


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This study will simply fill an empty cup by providing proven efficient and effective gymnastics techniques based on the lived experiences of gymnast coaches in the region who manage a large number of primary and secondary student athletes. To ensure winning performances while also producing well-trained primary and secondary gymnasts from the selected schools. Furthermore, this study looked into the lived experiences of all gymnast coaches in Eastern Visayas in order to create a recommendations that will serve as a foundation for coaches to learn gymnastics techniques and skills in order to win a gymnastics competition among gymnastic athletes not only at the district and provincial levels, but also at the regional and national levels. Furthermore, the study is founded on three powerful theories: Role Theory, Social Learning Theory, and the Effective Coaching Model. The researcher used Husserl’s descriptive phenomenology to separate what is known about the phenomenon's description from the participant's descriptions. The outcomes demonstrate the complexities of preparation and being a gymnastics coach. It is multifaceted, but the themes and sub-themes require equal attention and time in order to become a better coach, particularly when developing a gymnast. The themes contribute to and are influenced by the emerging theme; these themes are interconnected, resulting in the image of a passionate coach.