USAG Team - Boys & Girls
Girls Dynamites- This class comes just before Pre-Team. As an important step in progression toward competitive team gymnastics. This class is twice a week for two hours each practice to prepare for our competitive team programs.
Boys Dynamites- This class comes just before Pre-Team. As an important step in progression toward competitive gymnastics. This class is two hours once a week to prepare for our competitive team programs.
Pre-Team- Works along side team two days a week
Competing Levels 3-10 USAG boys and girls gymnastics. Our competitive programs have produced State, Regional, and National Qualifiers.
Tumble 1- For children 6 and up (or with permission from the Tumbling Director) Children learn tumbling basics and begin building a solid foundation for all of their future tumbling. Class time will be spent working on lunges, rolling skills, cartwheels, introductory backbend skills, and most importantly – handstands. Basic body awareness and body positions will also be taught at this level.
Tumble 2- Students progress to learning toe-pointed back walkovers, backbend stand ups, front limbers, back extension rolls, and tick-tocks… the backbend skills are endless and will keep your tumbler challenged. Intermediate tumblers will focus primarily on a variety of backbend skills, while continuing to perfect the basic skills learned in Beginner Tumbling.
Royalty's Tumble 3+ class teaches level 3 and up Skills
Tumble 3- Minimum Requirement: Students must have mastered a standing flip flop and round off flip flop on spring floor. Must have approval from Coach Danny to move into this class.
Tumble 4- Minimum Requirement: Students must have mastered a round off flip flop tuck on spring floor. Athletes will work on skills including running to multiple flip flops to tucks, pikes/ layouts, standing tucks, front tuck step out, jumps to tumble.
Tumble 5- Students will work on advanced skills including standing and running multiple flip flops to tucks /pikes/ layouts/ full/ double-full, standing tucks/ full, front tuck step-out, whips, Arabians, jumps to tumble.
Parkour Team & Classes
Parkour is a training discipline using movement that developed from military obstacle course training. Practitioners aim to get from one point to another in a complex environment, without assistive equipment and in the fastest and most efficient way possible. Parkour includes running, climbing, swinging, vaulting, jumping, rolling, quadrupedal movement, and other movements as deemed most suitable for the situation. Parkour's development from military training gives it some aspects of a non-combative martial art.
Parkour is an activity that can be practiced alone or with others and is usually carried out in urban spaces, though can be done anywhere. Parkour involves seeing one's environment in a new way, and imagining the potential for navigating it by movement around, across, through, over and under its features.
Parkour is a method of physical training that develops one's ability to overcome obstacles (both physical and mental). It involves movement that will help if one is in a reach or escape emergency situation. Underpinning this is a philosophy of altruism and useful strength, longevity, self-improvement and self-understanding.
Parkour Team Forming Now.
USAG Xcel Team
Xcel program was created as a way to keep gymnasts involved and excited about the sport. If you think about most other sports, like for example soccer, as soon as kids join the sport they almost immediately start competing in games and tournaments. With gymnastics it wasn’t this way. Kids would join gymnastics and have to take classes for several years before they were invited to join a team program. The Xcel program allows gymnasts to start competing almost right away, by lowering the skill requirements for the entry levels. However, the Xcel program doesn’t just have basic entry levels. It also has more advanced levels that allow gymnasts to keep competing in the Xcel program as they learn more skills, but without the same pressure as competing in the JO program. The Xcel program is ideal for not only entry-level gymnasts, but also older gymnasts who are looking for a fun way to stay in shape and be involved in the sport. And since high school gymnastics programs sometimes use similar rules as Xcel, it can be a way to prepare gymnasts to try out for a high school gymnastics team.
Bronze- First level
Silver - Second level
Gold - Third level
Platinum - Fourth Level
Diamond- Fifth Level
All Classes are Co-ed and 45 min long
Parent & Tot- Walking to 2 years of age for boys & girls who are walking In these classes, we help parent and child work together in a playful, fun atmosphere to develop the child's hand-eye coordination, body awareness, build strength, agility and flexibility while learning basic gymnastics skills. well learning balance, strength, Flexibility and coordination by climbing, crawling, swinging and jumping.
Munchkins- Ages 3-4 who are ready to enjoy learning independently. Children will develop skills such as balance, strength, flexibility and coordination. They will develop these skills through activities on the trampoline, tumble track and floor. The preschoolers will also be introduced to gymnastics skills and the gymnastics equipment in the gym. The children will also work on fundamental skills such as listening, waiting in line, taking turns and having a positive attitude.
Kinder Kids- Ages 4-6 These kids are ready to roll. They have longer attention spans, better motor skills, strength and coordination. Children this age begin to master basic skills in a shorter period of time. We build upon the basic levels and begin teaching more in-depth skills. These kids typically do more repetitive gymnastics as they perfect their skills while still utilizing a progressions approach to skills.
Pre Tumble- Ages 4 to 6. This class starts the foundation for tumbling. They will work on form and basic tumbling skills.
Little Dragons- Introduces youngsters to the excited on stop world of Parkour. Coaches lead your children through an every changing variety of obstacle courses, while teaching different kinds of rolling, Flipping, balancing, running and climbing.
Preschool Yoga- Ages 4 to 6. This playful class encourages self-expression as well as building social skills. Children will strengthen their bodies as they learn how to focus through breathing and relaxation techniques.
Invite Only Classes 1 hour long
Recreational Gymnastics - Boys & Girls
Girls Level One - Class is focused on teaching the correct form, basic strength and understanding the importance of proper body mechanics. form and technique. In this class, gymnasts will learn flip flops and beginning handsprings on the floor, front hip circles on bars and handstands on high beam.
Girls Level Two - Gymnasts at this level demonstrate they can perform the basics of gymnastics and understand proper body form and technique. In this class, gymnast will learn flip flops and beginning handsprings on floor, front hip circles on bars and handstands on beam.
Girls Level 3/4- Two hour class. Students will work on all Olympic events each week with the emphasis on the learning of new skills and routines and reinforcing gymnastics fundamentals, This class is great for girls who want to continue gymnastics without going the competitive route.
Boys Level One- Focuses on teaching the correct form, basic strength and the necessary flexibility to effectively perform the basic moves. Boys will use all the equipment to learn the different aspects of men's gymnastics.
Info Coming Soon!
Preschool Yoga- This playful class encourages self-expression as well as building social skills. Children will strengthen their bodies as they learn how to focus through breathing and relaxation techniques.
Info Coming Soon!