Whether you’re a kid with high energy that loves to jump around or a serious athlete wanting to excel in the discipline of tumbling, we have ideal class options for you. Our co-ed programs are divided into three levels by age group.
Beginner skills are explored as students learn about body positioning and technique required to execute various skills. Students will learn forward and backward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, roundoffs, and front and back handsprings in a fun environment! Creative props and equipment are used to help students build strength and increase flexibility! Students go to class once a week for an hour.
Students in Intermediate Tumbling refine their basic tumbling skills and increase their strength and flexibility. The roundoff and back handspring are the cornerstones of tumbling and is a requirement of many cheer teams. One of the primary goals of Intermediate Tumbling is to master the roundoff back handspring. The roundoff back handspring tuck is refined with a focus on developing a strong rebound. Conditioning emphasis is placed on shoulder flexibility, back flexibility, and leg strength—all needed for Advanced Tumbling. Students will be taught the back handspring back tuck in staged progressions, utilizing specialized equipment. Students attend class twice a week for one hour.
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This class is where all the hard work pays off. Advanced Tumbling is exciting, exhilarating and fun! Advanced Tumbling students work on front tumbling and multiple trick skills and combinations. Students will refine and add to multiple back handsprings to back tuck, back handspring to a layout, and a layout, and a layout full twist. Students must be able to do a roundoff to back handsprings back tuck or a round-off back tuck (without a spot) in order to register for this class. Students go twice a week for 1.5 hours.
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