Class Descriptions

Gymnastics: Gymnastic classes will build strength, coordination, and flexibility. Most importantly, confidence will grow as children acquire skills on vault, bars, beam, and floor.  Each class will meet for 1hr and 15mins, allowing ample time to stretch and rotate to each apparatus.  Children will be placed in classes based on their age and skill level.


 PreschoolPreschoolers new to the sport of gymnastics will have fun learning new skills, making new friends, learning how to listen to someone other than mommy or daddy, while participating on each apparatus.  This class is for those ages 3-4.    

 

 Preschool 2-Year-Old Classes: These classes focus on coordination, socialization, and listening skills. Parents accompany the children on the floor to assist with waiting their turns, encouraging their children, and assisting with drinks and potty. This class is a nice introduction to the sport, as well as listening to an adult outside of the family.


 White Ribbon: No gymnastics experience required!  Children will learn terminology, gain experience on all equipment, and work on fundamentals. Strength, form, and flexibility will be emphasized.


 Red Ribbon: Prior gymnastics experience required.  Gymnasts must demonstrate proficiency in required basic skills, such as cartwheels, front and back rolls, squat-on vault, and jumps on the high beam.  Form, strength, and flexibility will continue to be emphasized. 


 Blue Ribbon : This class is by invitation only.  Gymnasts will continue mastering fundamentals, working more advanced skills, gaining confidence, and working more independently.   This class is for ages 5-9. See Heather or Missy for evaluation.



 Tumbling: Perfect for cheerleaders, hopefuls, or those interested only in floor skills. These classes will focus on building skills and strength required to tumble.   

 

        Beginner tumbling will be offered for children ages 6 to 10. This class is for those new to the sport of gymnastics. The focus will be on cartwheels, back bends, handstands, strength, and flexibility.


       Intermediate tumbling will be offered for those proficient in basic skills, such as cartwheel, bridge, and handstand.


       Advanced tumbling will be offered for children 6 and up who have a  round-off back handspring.


 Trampoline Classes: These half-hour classes are the perfect introductory class or a great addition to a gymnastics class. They focus on cardio, coordination, and endurance. Gymnastics skills may be incorporated depending on the student's ability levels.


     Tramp for Tots: Great fun and lots of BOUNCING! Trampoline for 3-4 year-olds. They will love it!


     T-N-T: Tramp and Tumbling: Trampoline for 5 and older. Incorporates basic gymnastics skills with cardio, jump combinations, and endurance.


Boys Gymnastics:


     Gridiron GymnasticsDaredevils welcomed!  Maybe your child won?t be a gymnast but he/she can certainly improve agility, strength, and coordination. Gain experience and skills on equipment while sharpening skills needed for all sports.  Ages 5 to 9.


     Boys Gymnastics: For boys 9 and older. This class focuses on more developed skills, incorporates more equipment and terminology, and previous experience is necessary.


     Ninja Zone: For boys 3-11. A combination of martial arts, gymnastics, and Parkour. All the fun without the weapons and worry.  



 Team: Our team members will be selected by the coaching staff, based on skill level, strength, flexibility, coordination, execution, and work ethic.  Team members are expected to compete, participate in team events, and represent Perfect 10 Gymnastics in a positive light.  Team sportsmanship is a must! 

      Bronze Team:  Participation is by invitation only.  This is for a more focused child who displays the potential to compete one day. Bronze team members will be offered three practices a week and are expected to make two practices minimal.   Bronze team members have the option to compete Level 3 USAG.   

      Silver Team: Three practices a week are required of those offered. Silver team members are those competing in Levels 4 & 5 (USAG qualifications).

      Gold Team: Three practices a week are required of the five offered, although four of five are recommended.   Gold team members are those competing in levels 6 and up, as well as Platinum & Diamond in Xcel (USAG qualifications).

    

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

Saturday, Jun 10 at 9:00 PM - Sunday, Jun 11 9:00 AM
Tuesday, Jul 4 All Day
Tuesday, Jul 25 at 5:00 PM - Thursday, Jul 27 6:30 PM
Tuesday, Aug 8 at 5:00 PM - Thursday, Aug 10 6:30 PM

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