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  • Waseca Blue (Training Team)

    For gymnasts who have passed the advanced level and would like to proceed with the competition teams. Floor: front hand springs, back hand springs, aerials, 1 1/2 toe turns, switch leaps, tuck/wolf jump 1/1 Bars: push away long hang pullovers/baby giants, fly away dismount, sole circle 1/1 dismounts, kips, hop ups Beam: back walkovers, front walkovers, round-offs, aerial dismounts, front/back tuck dismounts, twisting jumps Vault: front handspring over vault without spots, 1/2 on vaults. *** New this fall *** If you are paying by credit card, the option of utilizing a payment plan is available. The option of paying in full at the time of registration still exists (check, cash, or card), but we are now able to offer the ability to spread payments out over the course of the Fall session. By choosing the payment plan, the first of four equal payments is charged to your card at time of registration, with the final three payments automatically charged to your card on Oct. 1, Nov. 1, and Dec. 1. Once you register, you are committed to all four payments as they will automatically be charged on those dates.
  • Waseca Gold/Silver

    Waseca Gold These teams are competitive and will be competing in the Midwest Amateur Gymnastics Association (MAGA). Team participation requires a higher level of commitment and dedication and also produces great benefits in physical abilities, confidence and discipline. Ten girls per team will be allowed in competitions. Any gymnasts wanting to advance needs to speak with Gymnastics Coordinator, Kim Wendland. Price does not include leotard, meet fees and MAGA fee.
  • Intermediate/Advanced

    Intermediate/Advanced For gymnasts who have mastered skills of previous levels and are ready to take their skills to the next level. INTERMEDIATE SKILLS: Floor: wolf and split jumps, twisting straight, tuck, pike and straddle positions with a 1/2 turn, backward rolls in straddle and pike positions, back bends, front limbers, bridge kick overs, power round-off with straight jump rebound, one arm cartwheels, lunge handstand - 2 sec hold, back extension on cheese mat. Bars: pull overs, back hip circles, jump to catch high bar, tap swings on high bar (3 swings with a re-grasp), sole circle off low bar, 3 leg lifts on HB in pike. Beam: straight jumps, tuck jumps, handstand on low beam cartwheels, round off dismount. Vault: hop up onto the vault, lowest setting, handstand fall to back on pit with a hallow position, handstand push to floor with spot. ADVANCED SKILLS: Floor: front handspring, back walk overs, front walk overs, twisting jumps with a 1/1 turn, handstand forward rolls, back extension, power one arm cartwheels. Bars: long hang pull overs/baby giants, sole circle dismount from high bar, back hip circles high bar, kips with spot, leg lifts on HB in pick, squat on the spot. Beam: cartwheel and handstands on high beam, jumps, straddle, pike, wolf, split, full turns on toe, round off dismounts with flight. Vault: front handsprings with spot.
  • Beginner 1

    Beginner 1 A beginner class for youth with little to no experience with gymnastics. Gymnasts will learn to perfect their basic skills on all events: floor, bars, vault, beam and some work on the trampoline as well. BEGINNER 1 SKILLS Floor: tuck, pike, straddle positions, forward rolls, backward roll on cheese mat, cartwheels, bridge. Bars: tuck, straddle and pike hangs (3 seconds each), pull-over, front support with straight arms, front roll over with straight arms, glide swing with hollow. Beam: walking forward, sideways and backward, toe to knee kicks, tuck, straight jumps. Vault: running, skipping, chasse, correct board approach, squat on fault to a low block/vault with hands.
  • Beginner 2

    Beginner 2 For gymnastics who have mastered skills from Beginner I and are ready to take the basics a little further. This class can be repeated as many times as needed. Beginner 2 Skills: Floor: jumps - tuck, pike and straddle, backward rolls in tuck position, handstands, cartwheels, round offs, bridge kick over. Bars: pull up position strength holds in: tuck, pick and straddle-hold 3 seconds, pull over with spot, casting with hops away from bar, casting off bar to floor landing, sole circle on floor bar. Beam: toe to knee kicks - horizontal leg position, scales, tuck, pike and straddle jumps, v-sits, releve walks F/B/S, round off dismount with spot. Vault: underarm swing for board approach, pop on vault to a two block.
  • Preschool Class

    Building on a strong motor skill foundation, children will learn basic gymnastics on all events in addition to obstacle courses, trampoline time and basic tumbling skills. This class helps improve body awareness, coordination, balance and listening skills. We use modified equipment and drills for a fun and creative approach to learning. The main goal of the program is to build your child's confidence in the first 'all-by-myself' class, empowering them to try new things in a safe environment.
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  • Parent-Child Class

    This class promotes early development and provides a strong foundation for your child's critical first three years. This weekly class will help your child develop strength, flexibility, coordination and listening skills. More "exploration, fun and rhythm" than regular gymnastics, this is truly a class of continuous fun and learning. You'll be right there to celebrate every discovery and success since you participate in the class with your child.
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