Our classes are divided into five levels including Preschool Tumbling for those who are ages 3 through 5, Beginning Tumbling for those who area learning anything from a forward roll through a back walkover, Novice Tumbling for those who are learning front handsprings and back handsprings, Intermediate Tumbling for those who are learning back handspring series through back handspring back tuck, and Advanced Tumbling for those who already have a multiple back-handspring series and back handspring series back tuck and are looking to progress their skills even further.
Preschool — p. Beginning Tumbling — p. Monday — p. Novice Tumbling — p. Monday — High School Students only — p. Tuesday — p.
Intermediate Tumbling — p. Advanced Tumbling — p. Recreational Ignite the fire. Wednesday Kindergarten — 5th — p. Wednesday Flexibility and Flight: All skill levels are welcome ages 8 and up. Not offered during the School Season Dance: Poms.
Not offered during the School Season Tumbling: Athletes learn proper form, technique, progression and the required conditioning to meet your tumbling goals. I'm so grateful. Parent - Adrenaline.
She has always been athletic, but this is the most motivated I have ever seen her. The atmosphere with this teams has really clicked with her. Parent - Surge.
I get to share my love for the sport with little hearts that love it just as much as I do. News Team Canada. Competitive Cheer News Team Canada. If you're reading this, and you are or ever were a cheerleader, these lessons will all be too familiar to you.
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Over the last decade, cheerleading has grown more than ever. For those of you who have faced the stereotypes of cheerleading, or gotten into heated arguments with people over whether or not it's a sport which it is , I totally sympathize with you. So here's a few lessons that we have all learned from this sport that we will remember for the rest of our lives. Your stunt falls at competition, causing your flyer to dislocate her elbow. Suck it up. You fall in your tumbling pass. Get up.
You break your wrist two weeks before nationals. Tape it up. In order for your team to compete, they need every single person to be on that floor.
We've learned that you have to suck it up, push through the pain, and do what's best for your team. Well, since you're a cheerleader, you're snobby, rude, stuck-up, and a slut. Not right.
It requires extreme strength and co-ordination. Cover Image Credit: Tumblr. This is a life lesson a lot of people still haven't learned. Everybody has an integral part! Wednesday Flexibility and Flight: All skill levels are welcome ages 8 and up. Cheerleading has taught me so much. Cheerleading classes are rapidly increasing in popularity.
We're not stupid. So quit thinking that we sit in class saying, "Wait, like, I don't get! So, you want to get that new tumbling skill that you've been working on forever. Well, it's not going to come easy.
You spend countless hours in the gym working on that skill, and probably all of your parent's money on private tumbling lessons. You also have to be in shape. People don't realize how absolutely exhausting it is to throw a non-stop two-minute-andsecond routine. For those of you who've never thrown a full out, it feels like you just got hit by a bus the second that music stops.
You have learned that there's no such thing as an "off" day. You have to work every day at being the best, whether that means going for a run, staying at the gym until your coach kicks you out, or using your mattress as a spring floor do not try at home.
It will end terribly.