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5-12 YEAR OLD GYMNASTICS
Gymnastics USA’s Red-White-Blue Program is perfect for young gymnasts whom have been involved in gymnastics recreationally for some time or gymnasts who are having their first gymnastics experience! The Red-White-Blue Program is a recreational program for children ages 5-12 years old. Classes are divided by gender and skill level. This program is perfect for families looking for fun fitness activities or for families looking to take the first step toward competitive gymnastics. We pride ourselves in reaching the balance of fun and learning!
Gymnasts work on a comprehensive curriculum that entails all of the Olympic events. During the hour long class, gymnasts are constantly in motion and participating in group and individual exercises designed to excel their focus, coordination, and gymnastics skills while enjoying a positive and fun family-atmosphere! The program includes 3 progression levels with 36 skills on each level. The curriculum is designed to ensure proper gymnastics progression for success and safety.
Girls and boys classes entail; beginner, intermediate, and advance levels which are represented by a color code system; Beginners- Red. Intermediate- White. Advanced- Blue. Each class gymnasts will practice on three Olympic events; to progress through the colors (levels) gymnasts must complete their corresponding skill-charts. Every class there is a Skill of the Week on each event which the gymnasts will focus on in addition to their other skills and exercises.
Girls events in the program include; Bars, Beam, Vault, Line Floor, Rotation Floor, and Tumble Track Boys events in the program include; Vault, Line Floor, Rotation Floor, Tumble Track, and Men’s Events I & II*
* Men’s Events include, Parallel Bars, High Bar, and Pommel Horse
Note: Line Floor is floor exercise designed to allow gymnasts to practice their skills on a horizontal surface. Rotation Floor is floor exercise designed to allow gymnasts to utilize mats, and various training objects to augment the training process.
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