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SPECIALTY CLASSES:

Flight School: Designed to help the cheerleader who is looking to improve on all aspects of stunt flying. Athletes will receive instruction on proper technique for stretch positions and body positioning. The classes uses various stand stands to work basic to more elite skills and baskets in a proper progression format.

Learn to Cheer: Learn the basics of cheerleading with this hour long class. Learn motions, jumps, stunting and tumbling. This class is a great introduction to cheer for all ages.

POWER TUMBLE:

Boys Extreme: This is a class for boys ages 10 and older with an interest learning to flip, twist, martial arts, skating, parcor and other extreme sports sports who want to learn flip and twist in a safe environment. Combine strength and agility with flips, twists and power tumbling.  Boys will have a a high energy and fun environment working on cool skills.

 

TUMBLE CLASSES:

Intro to Tumble: For ages 4-6, some children advance very quickly through the basic skills, but are not quite age-ready for the Beginner level. This focus is on introducing more advanced skills and offers the opportunity to join our cheer and tumble exhibition team to show off their stuff!

Beginner Tumble: Basic tumbling skills are the focus – forward & backward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, power hurdle & running 2 step round-offs.

USASF 1: Progression continues as students will work towards a standing back handspring and round-off back handspring – minimum requirement is a proficient round off.

USASF 1A – Students will work on multiple handsprings. Minimum requirement is a single back handsprings.

USASF 2: Round-off back handspring-back tuck and jump to standing back handsprings. Minimum requirement is multiple back handsprings.

USASF 3: Combination passes to layout x-outs, standing tuck and standing back handspring back tuck. Minimum requirement is a round off back handspring tuck.

USASF 4: Twisting skills leading up to fulls. Minimum requirement is a proficient independent layout.

USASF 5: Combination passes to full and doubles. Minimum requirement is a full and jump to standing tuck.

OPEN GYM: This session is intended for students who want to work on specific skills already taught and skills they can perform comfortably without a spotter. While this session is supervised it is not intended for instruction of new skills.

 

 

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