Competitive Gymnastics Program

Competitive Women’s Gymnastics Program

Level 2 and Xcel Bronze

These athletes are just beginning their competitive gymnastics journey. They are asked to train 2 days per week for 3 hours per day.  Each day, they will train all four pieces of equipment; vault, bars, beam, and floor, as well as condition for strength and safety and stretch.  These athletes are expected to participate in 5 meets throughout the competitive season.  While competitions typically take place during the winter months, training for our competitive program runs year-round, beginning in June each year.

Level 3, 4, Xcel Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond

  • These athletes have prior  competitive gymnastics experience or have demonstrated proficiency in pre-requisite skills for these levels. They are asked to train 3 days per week for 3 hours per day.  Each day, they will train all four pieces of equipment; vault, bars, beam, and floor, as well as condition for strength and safety and stretch.  These athletes are expected to participate in 6 regular season meets throughout the competitive season.  They will also potentially be invited to State Meet and other post-season competitions.  While competitions typically take place during the winter months, training for our competitive program runs year-round, beginning in June each year.

Level 6, 7, 8, and 9

  • These athletes have significant prior experience in gymnastics and have made a significant training commitment to the sport. They are asked to train 4 days per week for 3 hours per day.  These athletes rotate through all four Olympic events throughout the week.  These athletes are expected to participate in 6 regular season meets throughout the competitive season.  They will also potentially be invited to State Meet and other post-season competitions.  While competitions typically take place during the winter months, training for our competitive program runs year-round, beginning in June each year.

Level 10

  • These athletes are training 5 days per week with a significant commitment to the sport.  They rotate through all four Olympic events throughout the week.  These athletes are expected to participate in 6 regular season meets throughout the competitive season.  They will also potentially be invited to State Meet and other post-season competitions.  While competitions typically take place during the winter months, training for our competitive program runs year-round, beginning in June each year.

Competitive Men’s Gymnastics Program

Level 4 and 5

These athletes are near the beginning of their competitive gymnastics journey.  While men have 6 competitive events, these athletes will typically train 4-5 events per night.  Athletes in these groups will train 2 days per week for 3 hours each practice, allowing for the men’s Olympic events as well as strength/conditioning and stretching.  These athletes will participate in 5 meets per season, with competitive season occurring during the winter months.  Training for this program begins in June and runs throughout the year.

Level 6, 7, and Junior Development

These athletes are in the middle of their gymnastics experiences and will be training 3 – 4 days per week.  These gentlemen participate in 5-6 regular season meets per year with the potential of post-season competitions.  While meet season typically occurs during the winter months, training begins each June and runs throughout the year.

Levels 8, 9, 10

Athletes in these groups have made a significant commitment to the sport and are training 4-5 days per week.  They participate in 6 regular season meets each year and post-season competitions.  Like their newer teammates, competitive season runs during the winter months but training continues throughout the year.

Girls’ Developmental I and II

Training Team is focused on the 5 – 9 yr. old girl who would like to prepare for competition. Gymnasts should have shown potential/desire in other classes. Please see the office if you are interested. Please remember this class is designed for competition and potentially a “long future” in gymnastics.

  • Developmental I (60 mins/2 days a week)
  • Developmental II (90 mins/2 days a week)

CALL TODAY:

330-239-5010