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Welcome to usagymparents.com
USA Gymnastics understands that being the parent of a gymnast can be both rewarding and challenging. Sometimes it can be difficult to balance all of the obligations and commitments that come from having your child in the sport. It can be just as challenging to deal with the emotional ups and downs that come along with all practices and competitions. USA Gymnastics welcomes you to usagymparents.com, an online resource created to share information with parents to help them along their child's gymnastics journey.
Find a Gym
Finding the right gym is very important and it's the first step to your child's gymnastics journey.

Visit the Find A Gym page to search for a USA Gymnastics club in your area and start your child's journey today.
Articles

What Can Cinderella Teach Your Athlete About Humility? (PDF)

By Michelle Wells, Guest Contributor
Risky as it may be to identify humility in yourself, we all know and recognize when we see it in someone else – and it is hard to ignore. Not to be mistaken for a lack of self-confidence or a wimpiness, humility is a rare but valuable quality that hints at gratitude, assurance, and depth of character.

Safe Sport
USA Gymnastics Safe Sport is the organization's program related to the prevention and reporting of misconduct.

Visit the Parent section of this site often for updated information and resources.
Webinars

Five Secrets to an Athletic Quantum Leap

Thursday, May 16 | 9:00pm EST
Participate in our webinars to get more information on a variety of topics. Webinars are completely free, but do require registration. Mark your calendar and join us.
Podcasts

Barry Roderick – father of an elite collegiate volleyball athlete.

Barry talks about how his approach to the role of sport parent was affected by his own career as a professional athlete. You’ll find this interview especially helpful as a parent if you also played sports at any level.

   
FAQ
Have questions? Of course you do. USA Gymnastics has compiled a list of some of the most commom questions that parents ask about the sport and about getting their children involved.

Visit our FAQ page to get some answers.