Hard work given time will defeat talent.
This is one of the quotes I lived by, granted high school gymnastics is different than club I realize. But I started off with very very few and very basic skills, but I worked hard in the offseason at a gym I had gone previous to hs, and by my junior year I was competing varsity vault consistently and was the one who had to be ready to go on the other three, and senior year I finally medaled at a varsity meet.
As long as her passion and dedication stay strong she will notice improvements.
One thing our coaches did was had us write down our goals, then it give you a checkpoint to see how you're progressing and it helps you to recognize the little skills along the way that add up to the big picture. It also helped to focus on you. gymnats can get caught up so easily in teammates who have 'bigger' skills. Goals helped our teammates and coaches to be really intune to each gymnast's individual sucess, and there's nothing better than having the support of you teammates. It also helps to break things down and not be constantly focused on the 'big picture.'
So focus on her individual success and improvements. whether it's getting new skills or perfecting the ones she has, if she keeps at it and continues to enjoy it I'm positive she will be sucessful, and it's that much sweeter when it finally happens knowing you worked your butt off for it =)
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