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How to teach your child to do "wheel"

While your child enjoys physical education or not, there are a few tricks that he, for sure, want to learn to do. For example - to climb a rope, push-ups (at least a couple of times), kuvyrknutsya over his head or make a "wheel". Do not deprive your child a chance to develop physically. Walk with him to the gym and help achieve its goals.

How to teach your child to do

You will need:

- Sports soft mat or mattress;

Instruction how to teach a child to do "wheel"

Step 1:

Spread on the floor mat or mattress sports. Provide your child a "soft base" for employment. It must be done, because no child is safe from falling. Secure your baby.

Step 2:

Start every workout with a warm-up. Make this step a mandatory part of the process. Thoroughly knead feet. Suit squats, jogging on the spot. Work on stretching. Sit on the floor with your child, legs apart. Drag the tips of the fingers to the big toe of each foot.

Step 3:

Also commits the slopes of the body in different directions - left, right, back and forth. Can you do wrists circular motion. Ask your child to repeat these exercises with you. Pay them for at least 20 minutes before training.

Step 4:

For the execution of the trick "wheel" Work first with the hands. Keep hands baby were placed one by one on the floor on one line. Then you can avoid bending backwards and forwards. Begin to perform the "wheel" can be with either hand. Depending on how your baby hands will make more comfortable.

Step 5:

Place the mat on the rope or rope. Explain to your child the very principle of this trick. The secret is to keep the hands and feet alternately stood on the rope. If the child will understand the principle, it will be only "translate" it physically.

Step 6:

Also ensure that the arms, legs and body body were "stretched". Perhaps the "wheel" does not work because the child is afraid to be in a "head-down" position. Can you first learn this after standing for a while, "upside down" the wall. Help your child by holding his legs.