If you have an injured athlete, have them be a help coach. If you don’t, maybe pair the gymnasts up with each other, and let the non-performing give out points to the performer?
Obviously, you have to make the expectations clear from the start, but I love having athletes help and ‘coach’ each...
My 2 cents as a coach: you tell her you love her and are proud of her whatever she does, and that the skill will come given enough time.
Doing drills at home can only reinforce bad habits. Bad habits are hard to break, that is one big struggle for both coaches and the gymnasts. That is the...
Let her coaches deal with it.
Your daughter is probably frustrated as it is. You pushing her and offering her (well meant) advice is not the right thing in this situation.
I know you want to help but helping is not useful in this case.
Good luck to your DD!
The repeating is true. To go from old level 4 to new level 4 while moving up a level, old level 4 must have been equal to new level 3. If it was the other way around, you would have gotten kids skipping levels (old 4 moving up to new 6)
Best is of course to ask a coach for corrections, but if you have no access to a coach (which is common in adults), your best bet is to ask in either the WAG or MAG forum (depending on wether you are female or male). Make sure you stay safe in a gym though!