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INSTRUCTIONAL GYMNASTICS

 

FALL SESSION 2017
September 9th – November 21st

Class Schedule

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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

PRESCHOOL - GIRLS AND BOYS - AGE 3 - 5

Beginner I
Teaches basic movement and tumbling skills. Helps to improve body awareness, motor skills, coordination, balance, and listening skills. Ues modified equipment with a fun and creative approach to learning.

Beginner II
For beginner level preschoolers who have previously taken gymnastics class. Gymnast should have mastered skills from Beginner I. Must be able to perform a forward roll, donkey kicks and walk on a low balance beam unassisted.

Intermediate
For preschool gymnasts who have mastered the Beginner II skills. Must be able to perform a bridge and walk on the high balance beam. Will begin to transfer skills to the regulation equipment.

Advanced
For preschool gymnasts who have mastered skills in the intermediate level. Must be able to perform a handstand, cartwheel and a pullover on bars (assisted). This class will prepare the gymnast for the instructional program.

Tumblers and Dynos
An accelerated class for gymnasts who have shown high potential. Girls age 4-8.

GIRLS - AGE 6 - 14

Beginner I
Emphasis is on tumbling skills with exposure to the balance beam, uneven bars, vault and dance. This class is suited for girls who have never taken a gymnastics class before.

Beginner II
For beginner level gymnasts who have previously taken a gymnastics class. Gymnast should have mastered skills from Beginner I. Must be able to perform a cartwheel on floor and walk on a high balance beam unassisted.

Intermediate
Should have mastered skills from Beginner II. Must be able to perform a handstand forward roll and round-off on the floor and pullover on bars. Gymnasts will learn to perfect their basic skills as well as learn more advanced skills on all events.

Advanced I
For gymnasts who have mastered skills from the intermediate level. Must be able to perform a backbend-kickover and front limber on floor and a back hip circle on the bars. There is an emphasis on strength, flexibility and form.

Advanced II
For gymnasts who have mastered skills from the Advanced I level. Must be able to perform a front and back handspring on the floor and a cartwheel on the high balance beam. Prepares the gymnast for high school competition.

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