Here, your Butterfly becomes a Falcon, focusing on technique. Typically 4 to 5 years old, their fearlessness will take them into perfecting their handstand while beginning to master the control of their body as they continue to build their skills on the floor, beam and bars.
A great transition from Falcons and the staring point for athletes 6 years old and up. This is where we begin all those that have not had apparatus experience. Their determination will help gain experience on vault, bars, and beam while perfecting their skills learned on floor. All children must pass this level before moving on to the next level.
From Dolphins to Otters! These optimists continually build upon their foundation of technique and control on all 4 apparatus. Here we start to go beyond the basics now that they have full control on vault, bar, beam, and floor. Everyone in this class has a fully developed cartwheel, round off, and handstand, on floor, has achieved the body control, and beginner skills on bars, comfortable with the height of beam, balance and coordination; developed proper running technique, and capability of compressing the board for vault.
These Raccoons have passed their Otter class. The responsibility of these Raccoons will be unmatched. Your Raccoon will now attend two days a week. We will start to surpass all basic foundations and work more challenging skills. Here they become responsible for their own gymnastics. We will start working on developing what direction their gymnastics is headed. Vault, bars, beam, and floor basics have been fully integrated and now we begin the journey of expanding our ability.
The transition from Raccoon to Loyal Lion will be a smooth one.
These Lions' skill progression will be constant. We'll continue to focus on our control and technique on floor routines, vault, uneven bars and beam. This is where we will work upcoming competitive gymnasts. Working on achieving the skills needed in their future levels.
Next up after Loyal Lions, our Penguins look forward to coming in a couple times a week, using their power to hone their technique for tumbling and apparatus skills needed for competition.
Our penguins have a competitive drive. Here we start to work on routines for their first year of competition. These Penguins have the drive to go far in their gymnastics. We work on strength development as well as evolving their skills to more challenging skills
This is where Gymnasts begin their competitive career as athletes. They will have fun (yes, FUN) working hard on perfecting their skills.
Our Gymnasts will have a solid understanding of their skills in floor routines, uneven bars, beam, and vault learned from Powerful Penguins.
Our competition season runs November to March where we typically compete in 8 to 10 meets.
We typically have between 1 and 3 destination meets during the season.
In the past we have competed in Las Vegas, Rapid City, Park City, Anaheim, Colorado Springs, Aurora and Galveston.