2017 Summer Board Meeting

August 17th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

Here are the documents associated with the 2017 Summer Board Meetings

Positions Available

August 9th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

Extreme Gymnastics in Loomis, California is searching for enthusiastic and experienced individuals who would like to join our team! We have the following positions available:

  • Boys and Girls Compulsory and Optional Team Coaches
  • Recreational, Kinder and Tumbling Coaches
  • Multiple Program Director positions

These positions require responsible, experienced and highly motivated coaches that can develop gymnasts through solid basics and a fun environment.

Our 16,000+ square foot facility is located 20 minutes east of Sacramento in the beautiful foothills of the Sierras Mountains. We have maintained high level Girls and Boys Competitive Teams for over 25 years!

Please contact
extremegymnastics@yahoo.com

Check out our web site
extremegymnastics.com

2017 Summer/Fall GMM

July 29th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

NCBGA General Membership
2017 Summer/Fall Meeting

Date: August 26th Time: 4:00p

Place of Meeting: Oroville Gymnastics
1875 Feather River Blvd. Oroville, CA 95965

Here are the associated documents for 2017 Summer/Fall General Membership Meeting:

Meeting Agenda: http://www.ncbga.com/doc/minutes/2017-2018/2017Summer_Fall_gmm_agenda.pdf

Agenda:

  • Call to Order
  • Roll Call
  • Approval of Previous Meeting Minutes
    • Chairperson’s Report
    • Membership/Registration Updates
    • New Xcel Program
  • State/Regional Eligibility
  • Board Members’ Reports
  • Old Business
  • New Business
  • Adjournment

BIG CHANGES this year.

July 28th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

usag_logo_200The 2016-2020 Age Group Competition Program Update #3 is now available on our website – https://usagym.org/pages/men/updates/technical.html

The program changes will be in effect for all AGCP events as well as the Future Stars program as of the date of this release.

Of particular note for this 2017-2018 season, the age group optional program will follow Jr. FIG Rules with the exception of specifically noted JO Modifications, Special Exceptions or Restrictions by event. Therefore, FIG rules are in effect unless otherwise stated. For example, the FIG time rule will be applied on Floor Exercise for Levels 8, 9 & 10 only in the JO & JE divisions. Similarly, these divisions will follow all applicable FIG Rules unless exceptions are stated in the competition manual (as in the case of special Level 8 rules or the Bonus Table, for example). For all judging questions or interpretations of the rules not stated as specific modifications in the Age Group Competition Program Manual, refer to the FIG Code of Points.

Best regards,

LISA MENDEL

USA Gymnastics

Future Stars and Meeting Agendas

July 27th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »
Summer is quickly drawing to an end and we have athletes working hard at new skills, at a train-away in Hungary, preparing for P&G Championships, looking forward to the inaugural season for Nor Cal United and even newbies taking the plunge in our wonderful world of competitive gymnastics.  Attached to this email you should find several important items for you to review.  The most pressing would be the State Future Stars Testing Information and Entry form.  The entry deadline is August 15th….
Also we will be using the webportal to track member clubs and athletes.  Please visit the Region 1 website and register with Matt Lowry to get your login and password ASAP:
There are also changes to Club and Athlete dues as well as due dates and late fees.  Please refer to the proposals that were passed by the board during the summer board meeting for details.  There will not be an updated “Registration Form” so be sure to utilize the webportal to update any club or athlete information.
Action List:
1) Download and READ all attachments
2) Complete State Future Stars Forms and mail/email entries
3) Visit the Region 1 website and follow the directions to sign up for and use the webportal
4) Plan your travel to the General Membership Meeting August 26th at Oroville Gymnastics. All coaches are welcome to stay and observe the Future Stars Testing on Sunday.
5) Check the NCBGA Calendar to start planning your meet season

2017 Spring Board Meeting

July 27th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

Here are the documents associated with the 2017 Board Spring meeting.

Minutes: http://www.ncbga.com/doc/minutes/2016-2017/2017SpringBoardMeeting.docx

 

Position Available

July 18th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

Good afternoon.

I have received an urgent request for interested coaches to apply for the two positions below. Please share this with your constituents and graduated athletes in the event we can get these programs hooked up.

· G-Force Gymnastics Academy, in Albuquerque, NM, is urgently seeking a Boys Team Head Coach with the potential to become our Boys Program Director! We currently have Competitive Teams for boys and girls up to and including Level 10 gymnasts, however we are in danger of losing our Boys Program due to the loss of our Head Coach/Director. If you know anyone qualified and interested in this position, please contact Lisa Gravelle, Owner/Director of G-Force Gymnastics Academy, at lisag.gforce@gmail.com or 505-898-7334, as soon as possible.

· OCSC/Sports Fitness & Fun Gymnastics in Florida, New York has a Head Coaching position available. This person is responsible all oversight of all OCSC gymnastic programs. This position exhibits strong skills in communication and organization. The Head Coach is a highly visible position to all participants and parents. The Head Coach is an executive position and participates in all Management team meetings. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from a four-year College or University or 5 years related management experience. Has broad knowledge of all levels of Gymnastic Coaching, Recreation programs and other sports programming. Has 5 years of experience in the supervision of staff, fiscal management, and program development. The Director must have strong people skills, organizational, and administrative skills. Must be flexible and available to work nights and weekends. Must be able to lift 50lbs, possess a valid driver license and have reliable transportation. Must have excellent computer skills, Microsoft Word & Excel. Contact Eric Muhlrad, President, at E.Muhlrad@remee.com and Kevin Byrket at Kbyrket@orangecountysportsclub.com, 845-651-1000.

Have a nice day,

LISA MENDEL
USA Gymnastics
Men’s Program Manager

20% Off Turn’s Super Clinic For All NCBGA Coaches!

June 17th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

Use discount code NCBGA20 at checkout for 20% off!

superclinicbannerIn the third installment of the MAG Super Clinic, Turn is proud to welcome head clinician and Team GB Olympic Coach Paul Hall MBE. The 3-day clinic is being held at Head Over Heels in Emeryville and will be focused on elite coaching techniques.

Paul’s approach to pommel horse, in particular, paved the way for the rise and success of the British team, with his gymnasts Louis Smith and Daniel Keatings picking up Olympic, World, and European medals. Paul will be hosting an evening lecture about his Olympic journey and lessons learned and a special look at teaching elite pommel horse.

Supporting Paul for Saturday and Sunday’s training is former Japanese national team member, Koji Uematsu. Koji is best known for his high-flying High Bar routine and was part of the Japanese team that won team silver at the 2010 World Championships. He currently holds the impressive title as the last man to beat King Kohei in the All-Around. We’ll also have a breakout session with Cal Mental Skills & newly named Head Coach, JT Okada, focusing on visualization techniques that aid performance.

This is not your regular camp, packed full of kids, it will be quality over quantity! For this reason, space is limited to 48 gymnasts, and for Level 7’s and up, so sign up today at turn-gymnastics.com to ensure your spot at this not to miss event!

 

Recreational and Compulsory coach position

May 25th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

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Davis Diamonds Gymnastics (Davis, CA) is currently searching for a Men’s Program Recreational and Compulsory coach to assist in our growing boys gymnastics program that has been in place since the opening of the gym in 2002.
We are looking for the right person to coach our level 3-5 teams, plus some boys beginning classes. In addition to performing the hands-on coaching duties, the applicant will be responsible for designing and implementing lesson plans, and working with the Head Coaches in overall program implementation. Applicants will also have possibilities to supplement workload with birthday parties and other recreational classes.
This is an hourly position with pay commensurate with experience and performance.
David Diamonds Gymnastics has moved into a new 18,000 square foot gym in 2015 that is fully equipped for our men’s gymnastics team. Davis Diamonds currently has approximately 1,000 students and continues to grow with the increased space and equipment available in our new facilities.
This is an excellent opportunity for the right coach for both personal and professional development. If you are a qualified candidate, please send a resume and a letter of interest to Boys Program Director Tony Zeuli – boysprogram@davisdiamondsgymnastics.com
You will find our application for employment at www.davisdiamondsgymnastics.com/forms

highshool nationals

May 19th, 2017 by olssonf No comments »

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Good luck to the NorCal gymnasts going to this year’s high school nationals.