Yes or no why or why not?
My son loves doing flips and stuff especially on the trampoline. I want to sign him up for gymnastics not only cause i think he will like it but to build up a bit ( i mean a bit) more muscle definition for football in the fall and also so he gets more exposure to a structured type of sport environment (between that and baseball and then football in the fall) so he gets used to having to listen to other adults (its a problem we have been working on, his doc says its a trust issue not a discpline issure) but my husband says gymnastics and tumbling is for girls only so i was wondering what you all think?
Answer by LoriKeet at 1:06 PM on Dec. 29, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:10 PM on Dec. 29, 2009
Our oldest son was a power tumbler and tramp competitor when he was younger. He competed nationally and was quite good. When he was in football, baseball and basketball he was excused from preseason conditioning because tumbling was the base for all other sports and he was in such good shape. When he and girls had same routine it was amazing because their grace came out and the boys strength came out. We live in small community and with the 3 gyms in area about 1/3 of classes wer boys. Not one of the guys have turned up gay but several of the guys on the "boy" sports have turned out gay. The sport adopted does not decide the sexuality of the athlete!
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