EGA will Open on June 22
We are excited about having all our athletes back in the gym and having fun. As we re-open our doors for business, there are critical pieces of information that we need all our parents and/or guardians to be aware of.
EGA Reopening Video
Next week we begin opening our gym back up to our recreational classes. We are excited to see everyone and can't wait to begin training all of our wonderful athletes. We have put together a video that we hope will help ease any concerns that you may have. Thank you for staying dedicated to EGA.
We are looking for someone with great people skills and is able to multi-task to fill a position in a fast paced office. Must work with other members of the front office staff.
Aim for a Perfect 10
Our Recreational Programs are designed to meet the needs of children in their formative years. Our enthusiastic instructors will provide a time of fun and fitness through gymnastics-oriented activities.
The girls progress and excel using nine high beams, six low beams, and six sets of uneven bars. The boys have two high bars, two sets of parallel bars, three ring towers, two suspended rings, two pommel horses, and countless mushrooms. Elevate has over 135 competitive gymnasts in both our boys and girls programs.
The Xcel Program was created as a national program that allows gymnasts to begin competing at a lower skill level than the Junior Olympic program. As designed through USA Gymnastics: “Xcel is an alternative USA Gymnastics competitive program offering individual flexibility to coaches and gymnasts. The goal of Xcel is to provide gymnasts of varying abilities and commitment levels the opportunity for a rewarding gymnastics experience.”
Tumbling classes take a focused approach on perfecting tumbling skills. This hour long class practices on Floor, Trampoline, and Tumble Track events. Both boys and girls can enjoy this accelerated course to obtaining skills like the round-off back handspring and flipping skills.
The developmental team program is based on the USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic Program. This Program consists of five levels, level one being the easiest and level five being the more difficult. Each level has specific skills and routines that the gymnast will be periodically tested on after being mastered.
THE NINJA ZONE
Children learn a combination of flips, rolls, jumps, and kicks. Strength and agility are tested through obstacle courses and various training techniques. A progressive level system evaluates and advances children on their skill and knowledge of core values as described in The Ninja Zone creed. The levels of The Ninja Zone are defined by the headband colors of White, Yellow, Green, and Blue.
As soon as you can walk
you can join the fun!