'Just for Fun"  Recreational Teams

Our Recreational teams are a great place for kids to learn the ins and outs of competitive gymnastics in a fun and relaxed atmosphere!  We teach routines & 'the rules of the game' and host 'Just for Fun' meets monthly to give them a taste of what a meet is like.

 

'Just for Fun' Bronze Girls Team

This level is for athletes who have mastered their Basic skills and are ready to begin the exciting journey into competitive gymnastics!  We teach the skills and routines required according to the rules set up by USA Gymnastics.  This is a no pressure learning class, just for fun!
Students may practice once a week, but we encourage 2 days to get the most out of the program.  We also have in-house fun meets to teach these kids 'how to compete' throughout the school year.  No summer practices are required but again we strongly encourage camps to give them a head start on learning the skills and routines.

'Just for Fun' Silver Girls Team

This level is for athletes who have mastered the Bronze level and are ready to train at a higher level. We teach the skills and routines required according to the rules set up by USA Gymnastics.  This is also a  no pressure learning class, just for fun!  Students may practice once a week, but we strongly encourage 2 days to get the most out of the program.  We also have in-house fun meets to teach these kids 'how to compete' throughout the school year.  No summer practices are required but again we strongly encourage camps to give them a head start on learning the skills and routines.

'Just For Fun' Boys Recreational Team

This level is for athletes who have mastered their Basic skills and are ready to begin the exciting journey into competitive gymnastics!  We teach the skills and routines required according to the rules set up by USA Gymnastics.  This is a no pressure learning class, just for fun!
Students practice once a week, if they want to do more, they may want to consider JO Pre Team.  We also have in-house fun meets to teach these kids 'how to compete' throughout the school year.  No summer practices are required but we strongly encourage camps to give them a head start on learning the skills and routines.