Trampoline and Tumbling
Trampoline and Tumbling (TnT) is another discipline of gymnastics along with Men's & Women's Artistic, Acrobatic, and Rhythmic gymnastics. TnT althetes compete on as many as 4 events: Trampoline, Synchronized Trampoline, Rod Floor (Power Tumbling), and Double-Mini (Trampoline Vaulting).
CCG currently has a 40 ft. rod floor and an Olympic size trampoline.
This is a great sport for kids who love to bounce and tumble; who would rather spend most of their time flipping and twisting instead of practicing all of the artistic events. Athletes can be extremely sucessfull with trampoline and tumbling regardless of their body type, size, or age!
Ages 5-8 years
Fridays 2-3:00pm or 4-5:00pm
Saturdays 9-10:00 am
Athletes learn basic skills on the trampoline, tumble track and the rod floor. The focus of this class is to provide a safe, relaxed environment where kids can have fun as they develop their balance, coordination, flexibility, and strength.
The intermediate trampoline and tumbling class
is a continuation of the direction provided by the beginning class. Students expand their trampoline and tumbling abilities with careful attention to the
level of safety required when learning more
Age 6+ (invitation only)
This is for intermediate-advanced athletes who have a previous background in TNT or who have been invited into the program. Trampoline & Tumbling competition has been going on since early 2000 and continues to grow in popularity amongst gymnastics athletes. CCG started its competitive TNT program in early 2009. Competition season lasts from January to late April. CCG competes at gyms in Bakersfield, Camarillo, Orange County, and Santa Barbara. Students are required to come 2 days a week, with a 3rd day highly recommended.
Mon/Weds/Friday 3:30 - 5pm
Develops a keen sense of body and aerial awareness that few other sports can provide.
Provides an option for kids who want to learn gymnastics, but do not feel the
Artistic Gymnastics classes are for them.
Supplies an opportunity for students to make new friends, and develop social
skills with boys and girls together.
Students can learn skills quickly, without years of muscle and flexibility development.
Encourages the development of universal skills like balance, coordination, and reaction time.