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February 2021

Intermediate/Advanced Competition- Spring Fling

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The Spring Fling Competition–  Saturday. April 10, 2021.      INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED CLASSES

Students will compete Level 2 Routines.  Divisions and age groups will be used so all students compete in their appropriate catogory.  We would like to see as many students as possible participate because this is a great way to put all of their training together.  The competition helps them to understand the sport of gymnastics better.   We stress “Every Kids a Winner” method of development.

WE WOULD LIKE TO URGE INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN ONE OR BOTH OF THE COMPETITIONS BEING OFFERED AT OUR CLUB.  THESE COMPETITIONS HELP THEM ADVANCE MORE QUICKLY.    THANKS.

 

WALL OF FAME

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Intermediate and Advanced students are being sent home with some conditioning programs.  This is a great way to encourage them to engage in fitness at home.  At the end of the month bring your sheet back to the gym to qualify for your name on the “Wall of Fame”.  Grab a sheet at the front counter if your interested in participating.

February News

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Hello Parents,  We are now into the second semester of  Gymnastics classes.  Hats off to all of you parents.  Children are consistently coming to class and we have seen a strong improvement in students level of fitness.  Two classes a week are a great way to increase their skill development and fitness.  We recommend it for those who want to go further in the sport.

Pre-School-  working on tumbling skills and balance beam.  Trampoline is also a favorite

Beginner-  Tumbling is a basic.  Kids are working on the balance beams and transferring to the high beam.  Strength is being developed with more time being spent on the bars.

Intermediate-  Strength and flexibility are the focus.  Handstands, roundoffs, bridging back and snap downs are tumbling basics.   Casting, circling,  and holds are being taught on bars.   Running, hurdling, and jumping are vault foundations.

Advanced-   Strength and skill development are the focus here.