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Competitive Classes 2017-10-18T21:35:07+00:00

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Our team level classes offer an opportunity for our young women to compete in the sport
we all know and love. Competing in the sport of gymnastics teaches discipline and an intense
work ethic while emphasizing the importance of supporting one another to fulfill their full
potential. The best competitive gymnasts not only have talent but have a love for gymnastics
and a drive to excel. Participation in our team is by invitation only but we regularly evaluate our
gymnasts to make sure that they are placed at the level most appropriate for their skill level.

We have two tracts on our team: Junior Olympics and Xcel. Both programs are highly
competitive and produce amazing, dedicated athletes. The Junior Olympic program requires
more hours of practice per week and is designed for gymnasts wishing to be dedicated to
gymnastics exclusively. The Xcel program requires fewer hours of dedication and is designed for
gymnasts wishing to have the flexibility to participate in other sports alongside gymnastics. The
Junior Olympic program has a more rigid skill requirement for each level allowing for a deep
understanding of basic skills and a mastery of skills on every event where the Xcel program
offers more flexible skill range within each level to allow gymnasts to move up in levels even if
they are more advanced on one event than another.

PETITE ELITE (3-5 YEARS)

2 HRS

The beginning of the competitive track. Gymnasts learn basic skills while focusing on form, strength and flexibility.

 

ACCELERATED (5 YEARS+)

2 HRS

The same form of Petite Elite with an older age group.

 

PRETEAM (5 YEARS+)

2 HRS

Prepare gymnasts for Competitive Team.

 

COMPETITIVE TEAM

9-20 HOURS

Gymnasts begin competing throughout Southern California. Gymnasts compete compulsory routines through level 5 and begin competing optional routines at level 6.

 

PREP-OP/XCEL (8 YEARS+)

8-12 HOURS

This class is made up of retired competitive gymnasts as well as gymnasts from Academy II and III classes. Gymnasts go to Competitions and have routines, however do not have the time commitment and difficult judging that the competitive team has.