New Gymnastics Blogs

Some of them are really new, some are a bit older. I collected them over the past month and added them to the long list of gymnastics blogs, which I also updated. Right now we have more than 40 blogs out there, which were updated regularly since January 2011. Not bad. If there’s still a new (or old) blog missing, please leave a comment!

Here are the “new” ones:

Admiring Gymnastics From AfarNew Zealander Kary Kleiner blogs since June 2010 about gymnastics music, why she loves gymnastics and reflects about the last year. She doesn’t post daily but regularly.

Chinese Gymnastics – Finally we have an English blog about Gymnastics in China which informs us about the current national team members, publishes pictures and videos of the Spring Festival…

Double Front – A very professional looking website with news about elite gymnastics meets, NCAA, the Olympics… Double Front started two month ago and is not just a normal gymnastics blog: By posting on her blog, Kristal S. Boulden also wants “to understand the intersection of artistic gymnastics, digital culture and social media“.

Exclamation Points – “The purpose of this “blog” is to increase and refine our knowledge of coaching strategies, biomechanics, and drills for the sport of Women’s Competitive Gymnastics.” But you can also read about perfection, gymnastics meets and elements. Especially active gymnasts can get good advice how to improve their performances.

I-Gym – (short for Internet Gymnastics) Chrissy (mother) and Ben (son, eight years old) from Scotland started writing about gymnastics in January 2011.

littlemissgymnast – Sarah had the great idea to start a blog about the up and coming new talents in the gymnastics world.

Mielastic Gymnastic – This blog (formerly ChimGym and then Keishlieta Gymnastique) already exists since two years but it never came under my radar.

Recreation Gymnastics – Rick from GymnasticsCoaching just opened this new blog about recreational gymnastics and has already posted a lot.

Rewriting Russian Gymnastics – “Personal reflections on the beautiful Russians – repository of links and references – reviews of the literature and media – contemporary and historical issues relating to Russian women’s gymnastics.”

STOI! – I guess you all know Bronwyn and Clara’s blog which started in November 2010. They write mainly about Russian gymnastics – it’s funny and they always have a strong opinion.

Tsukahara tucked – A Spanish blog about elite gymnastics. The blogger lives in Argentina.

9 Responses to “New Gymnastics Blogs”

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  4. Double Front Says:

    Thanks for featuring Double Front on your blog and for commenting about our “professional looking” site. I appreciate your work at GymNiceTic and have subscribed via RSS. –Kristal

  5. Zoe Says:

    love these blogs 🙂 i have just started one too,

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  7. Girls Gymnastics Leotards Says:

    Did you get in that list?

  8. masterspaghetti Says:

    Wow, this site is fantastic. I will be coming back often. Also I wanted to let everyone know about a new blog I started about my daughter who had a heart transplant a year ago and is a level 7 gymnast. Thanks!

  9. Says:

    hi there, could you add gottaluvgymnastics to the list? thank you so much in advance. -tania

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