how to teach yourself gymnastics - step 2
If you can gain access to a gym, wonderful - but you can also use park benches, playgrounds and an open yard for training!
You're going to need to create a training plan of some type. If you are looking for at-home resources or exercises to work on during open gym at a gymnastics club (meaning non-structured gym time) check out these resources.
You can also look for classes or teams here if you would like or need some coaching from time to time. Even one class every couple of months could really make your home-based training more efficient. If those aren't an option, consider attending an adult gymnastics camp to get a few pointers.
You will likely want to supplement time working gymnastics skills with additional time spent on fitness in order to maximize your progress and ensure that your body is physically prepared for the demands of the sport. Crossfit can be a great place to learn a structured workout that caters towards gymnastics type movements. Sometimes gymnastics skills are even worked as part of the workout of the day. Other athletes may benefit more from yoga or pilates training. Many full workouts are available for free on YouTube.