How do you do gymnastics at home?
Beginners should start training with a professional instructor to learn proper technique and avoid injury, however, once you’re more practised, you can supplement your training at home.
Equipment that can be used at home includes mats for practising cartwheels, tucks and rolls, beams for improving balance and practising aerial and acrobatics skills, and bars for honing bar skills and increasing strength.
Create a safe practise space by clearing away furniture and dangerous objects, then use mats to cushion the floor. Dust your hands and feet with chalk to improve your grip, and train with a friend so that you have someone to give you feedback on your form, assist you if needed, or catch you should you fall.