sembgal wrote:phtthp wrote:if you're serious about learning Rhythmic Gymnastics and keen to join school team -
you should find out who is that specific RG coach attached to your dd school, responsible to train the girls.
instead of joining any RG training school, at random.
it's much more effective this way !
because whoever coach that's been attached to your dd particular primary school to train the girls in RG, is always on the constant lookout of talent pool, to join school team. And they have specific criteria to look out for, for girls keen to join school team.
if your dd go to another RG coach -
their criteria & training style may be different from that of the specific RG coach that's been attached to your dd school.
if you're not sure who is the specific RG coach in your dd school -
can call up your school, ask to speak to the Tr in charge of RG in the school.
This Tr in charge is not the coach.
But she'll know who is the RG coach, attached to your dd school.
SORG coaches http://www.sorg.com.sg/coaches.htm
are engaged by some popular schools specializing in Rhythmic Gymnastics.
Pang Qiong selects those who are truly outstanding in RG and only those selected by her can be trained by her. You cannot request for her to teach your child. The child must have the potential before she will teach.
As for Shen Yang, she is very strict in her teaching of RG to girls from school teams. A very popular coach engaged to train the girls' for school teams in school and for competition.
If parents want the children to go school team, be prepared to learn externally (at RG schools) as well as internally in school.
Any idea how much do SORG charge for each session?