Classes

Our Tumble Program offers classes for every age, and ability level of athlete. See below for the descriptions and requirements for entry to each class.  
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CLASS PLACEMENT PROCESS
If you are a new athlete to our tumbling program, you will need
to setup an evaluation with our front desk reception.
This evaluation will help place athletes in the appropriate class to
help them progress the fastest and safest way.
If you are a returning member but your scores are outdated,
you will also need to be evaluated by a staff member.
Some classes have prerequisite classes that must be
passed in order to be registered for.
Passing marks for a class are 80% of the stars
available for a specific class. (12/15, 16/20 or 20/25)

Please contact us at 631-820-8212 to setup an evaluation.

CLASSES OFFERED

  • TUMBLE STARS: (No Skill Prerequisites Required) Our Tumble Stars class is for 3-5 year old's who are being introduced to tumbling.  Focus is on spatial awareness, introduction of tumbling shapes/skills, and learning to follow instructions in a class setting.  Skills worked on are forward rolls, L stand, table tops, and bridges.
  • TUMBLE FOUNDATIONS: (No Skill Prerequisites Required) Our Foundations class is for 5-10 year old's who are new to tumbling or have graduated from our Tumble Stars class.  Focus is on introducing/getting comfortable with skills that hold in inverted (upside down) position.  Skills worked on are forward roll, standing bridge, handstand, cartwheel, bridge kick-over.
    INTRO TO TUMBLING: (No Skill Prerequisites Required) Our Intro to Tumbling class is for athletes ages 10-17 who are new to tumbling.  Focus is on introducing/getting comfortable with skills that hold in inverted (upside down) position.  Skills worked on are forward roll, standing bridge, handstand, cartwheel, bridge kick-over.
  • WALKOVERS: (Requires passing mark on Foundations or Intro to Tumble) Our Walkovers class is for all athletes learning to pass through an inverted position. Back and front walkovers are the focus of this class.  We also learn/work on cartwheel variations, roundoff pop/ round off half turn, and front/back limbers.
  • INTRO TO HANDSPRINGS: (Requires passing mark on Walkovers) Our Intro to Handsprings class is for all athletes who have graduated our walkovers class and those who are working on front and back handsprings.  Focus is on getting comfortable being in the air while going backwards and forwards.  Additional skills worked on are roundoff handsprings, and front walkover connections.
  • ADVANCED HANDSPRINGS: (Requires passing mark on Intro to Handsprings) Our Advanced Handsprings class is for all athletes that have graduated our Intro to Handsprings class and are working on connecting standing and running handsprings. Focus is on strengthening standing handsprings and connecting skills.  Standing skills worked on are back handspring (BHS) variations (back walkover BHS, cartwheel BHS, double BHS).  Running skills worked on are round off multiple BHS, front bounders, and connecting a variation of multiple walkover/round off/bounder into BHS skills.
  • TUCKS: (Requires passing mark on Advanced Handspring) Our Tucks class is for all athletes who have mastered and understand their handspring skills and are ready for flipping skills.  The focus in this class is on strengthening the body while learning to control our tuck shape, in order to achieve running front/back, and standing tucks. Other skills worked on are standing/running handsprings to tuck and front handsprings to tuck.
  • LAYOUTS: (Requires passing mark on Tucks) Our Layout class if for all athletes who have mastered and understand their tuck skills and are ready for layouts.  The focus is on strengthening the body while learning to control our layout skills.  Other skills worked on are standing tuck (for additional strength), front layouts, and front tuck step-outs.
  • TWISTS: (Requires passing mark on Layouts) Our Twisting class is for all athletes who have mastered and understand their layout skills and are ready to begin twisting, as well as athletes who are beginning double fulls, standing fulls, or specialties to full/doubles.  Additional skills worked are front fulls and front handspring to front full.

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