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Trampoline, how it affects Ariel Skills for Diving, Wake & snow Boarding, Ariel Skiing, Sky Diving, Pole vaulting, High Jumping, Tumbling, Double Mini, Power Tumbling, Cheerleading, football, Martial Arts, Movie stunts, and Gymnastics.

Experience in the area

36 years on the trampoline 5 time National Champion 3rd in the World championships in 72 Nissen World cup champion in 75, World Spaceball Champion 79 Masters National Champion 98. All around NCAA Gymnast U of M and MSU. Cheerleader MSU and Sky diver ( RW on my 5th jump 6 man) and track High Jump, Pole Vaulting (Tied School record with 8 jumps). Diving State level and professional High diver 110 ft., Wrestling, City Champion Karate 7 years trained under Bill Wallace and Trained Several World Champions in Trampoline.


Liscened Mortgage Broker, Former AAU, USTA, USGF, FIT 8 years international Judges Certificate.USGA member Member # 2 of the Trampoline Safety Certification


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Photography, Mortgage, Nanoplatelett devlopment, Custom safety surfaces, Private Lessons, Sales, Advertising, Writing, and Seeking Venture Capital for Zero Pollution Motors & MDI


BA MSU 79, Studied U of M and Universitat Wein.

Awards and Honors

Many National and World commpetitions 10 years AAU all american.

Past/Present Clients

Zeno Steiger, and Kurt Bachler for Ruth Keller, Dr. Rugheimer For Mary and Mac, Trained Frankie Bare for the worlds first tripple tripple on Skis, Dave Ransom to Work with Stuart and Renee' and Ann Thompson.

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Recent Answers from Chris Eilertsen

2015-05-04 Tumbling:

Ashliegh,  Sounds like a tight body drill would help your control as well as learning to sit with 90 degree angles at the waist & knees.  The tight body drill is a good way to learn easier control over

2015-01-24 Gymnastics as career:

Peggy, that is po $ible it will be up to her own desire to Excell and improve her skill level, the right coach should understand  especially if you are willing to pay for lessons.I would also look at a

2015-01-11 Gymnastics as career:

Peggy,  Cirque is a job, it's not just an adventure.  I have a good friend in Montreal with Cirque;     and if you and your daughter are truly serious about

2014-12-14 Middle circles on bars:

Kelly,  Thanks for the q. I found this great YouTube video that should load you up with a ton of tips, please share it with your daughter.  It has a lot of good drills and accurate terms and multi use

2014-02-27 Tumbling:

That all depends upon how hard you want to work., You can already do the scary part.    I can recommend that you do some training exercises that may help speed up your progress.  1.  A tight body drill


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