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Trampoline and tumbling (T&T) involves the mastery of flipping, twisting, and tumbling on rebounding devices such as trampolines, mini-trampolines, tumble tracks, and a gymnastics floor. We offer both recreational classes for T&T as well as a competitive program for T&T. Trampoline & Tumbling is a competitive division of USA Gymnastics, similar to artistic (standard) gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, and rhythmic gymnastics. Trampoline competitions date back to the early 1950’s in the USA and abroad. Since the 1990’s trampoline has continued to gain more popularity around the world. Olympic trampoline debuted at the 2000 Sydney Olympics in Australia. The sport of T&T includes 3 major events: the trampoline, the double mini trampoline, and the rod floor (power tumbling). USA Gymnastics programs break down into 10 Levels before the elite levels: Levels 1-4 is the introductory levels, Levels 5-7 are compulsory (planned routines) and Levels 8-10 are Optional (athletes create their own routines.)

Trampoline is gymnastics…

All gymnastics groups train on rebounding devices, namely trampolines. Aerial awareness and reaction time are the main reasons why womens & mens gymnastics, acrobatics, and cheerleading all train on the trampoline. Trampoline and tumbling are the events shared by all the acrobatic sports. That is why training trampoline and tumbling is essentially training for all other acrobatic activities.

All types of athletes are successful…

Successful T&T athletes come in all shapes and sizes. There is no ‘ideal’ body type for T&T. Each event requires different aspects of athleticism.

Less Time, Less Cost…

T&T doesn’t require the long hours of training in comparison to artistic gymnastics. We train three events that all inter-relate to one another. Our training time is efficient and at times intense. This allows T&T athletes to enjoy other things in their life outside the gym. It also costs significantly less than all the acrobatic sports. It is great for those who want to pursue other hobbies and recreations while training.

Check out the upcoming T&T Clinic on July 1 & 2 , 2017 (More Info To Be Announced)