Would love opinions please? We’ve just moved gyms. Skills my daughter can do aren’t being worked on at the new gym and they’ve gone back to basics with her. She is happy which is great although sore from conditioning and more practice opportunities due to an increase in equipment. She can also tell the difference in coaching - her rebound from her ROBHS is double the height now but hasn’t been allowed to tuck back which she has competed twice already. I’m worried the skills she has gained will fall by the wayside or will they just be there when they decide to work on them with her? She was considered one of the better gymnasts at the old gym in terms of learning new skills, keeping them, no mental blocks (yet) and good form and we moved due to her being held back, coaching level, lack of equipment and large squad to coach ration (and her coach telling me that) and I guess possibly questioning whether this was the right gym to move her to. What’s most important would you say? Form, skills? … we are still quite early in the transition and I’m trying not to overthink it but she came home from training last night saying she did her front somi off beam and it was marked as a new skill when she has competed it in competition already. New gym were made aware of her skill set before the change but the one major point of consideration of moving her was to see what she is really capable of. Is it better to work on form before skills or gain skills and nail form? Or is that just a coaching preference overall?