Training rhythmic gymnasts to reach peak performance


Rhythmic gymnastics training involves not just the body, but also the brain and mind. Photo: Sarina Rhythmic Gymnastics Club

It was challenging for the young rhythmic gymnastics students of the Sarina Rhythmic Gymnastics Club (SRGC) to adjust to online classes during the movement control order.

Some didn’t like online learning because they felt embarrassed or shy to have their friends looking at them since everyone learns together in the online class, shares coach Sarina Sundara Rajah.

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