Ghyar and his team help gymnastics catch eyeballs

NAGPUR: In The Hustle And Bustle Of Badminton Players At Divisional Sports Complex, Mankur , Prospective Gymnasts Produce Sparkling Movements That Amaze The Most Visitors. In No Time, The Visitors Turn Into Admirers Of Gymnasts And Watch The Children And Young People Experience Rigorous Jumps, Jumps And Acrobatics.

Mukesh Ghyar, The Man Behind Producing National And International Gymnasts, Can Be Seen Coming Down Hard On Anyone Who Commits Slightest Or Flaw While Performing A Drill. Despite The Stern Instructions And Reprimands The Kids Don't Get Bogged Down. On The Contrary, They Go Back To Their Mark, Go Through The Drill Repeatedly Till Ghyar Is Satisfied.

Ghyar's Approach Is Not Only Limited To Giving Gymnastics Training But Also Giving Vital Lessons Or Life Skills.

" Strict Training Schedules Make An Athlete Mentally Heavy. My Approach Can Be Challenging, But It Makes Gymnasts Aware That There Is No Room For Mistakes In Both Sport And Life," Ghyar Said, In The Glory Of Producing Three Girls Hugs. Went On To Represent India In The FIG Acrobatic Gymnastics World Cup (AGF Trophy 2018) Held At Baku , Azerbaijan , In November 2018.

The young and dynamic trio of Ayushi Ghodeswar , Prachi Parakhi and Mrunmayi Walde became the first gymnasts from Nagpur to participate in the acrobatic World Cup. The scripted further history by winning the bronze medal. The achievement of these girls changed the way Gymnastics is being pursued by kids in the city. A billboard outside the sports complex boasts of the girls' historical feat.

"There is drastic change in parents' approach. Many parents who come for walk in the complex have enrolled their kids into Gymnastics looking at the billboard placed outside," said Ghyar , the former national gymnast.

" The Number Of Inquiries I Am Getting After The Acrobatic World Cup Is Just Great. Every Second Parent Who Visits The Stage, Comes And Inquires. This Has Never Happened Before," Ghyar Said.