SHOW TEAMS & COMPETITIVE TEAMS
Our show teams are perfect for everyone who loves gymnastics but isn’t ready to commit to 12 hours a week for an Xcel competitive team! They met once or twice a week to work on strength and flexibility, training, rotating through all four olympic events (spring floor, vault, bars and beam ) with additional concentration of tumbling on the floor, mimi tramp.and tumble track-trampoline. They will learn combination routines for a couple optional performances throughout the year! The performances are a wonderful way to practice and build up confidence, as most athletes start off being nervous in front of the “crowd” and we start off smaller and work towards larger performances. We also incorporate community outreach and giving back as a team! These are a school-year commitment, just like a brownie troop for gymnastics!
5th Graders and up
Xcel Competitive Team
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 3:30- 6:30 PM
Bronze – 6 hours/week
Silver/Gold – 9 hours/week
Xcel Pre-Team – 3 hours/week
Xcel gymnastics begins competition at level Bronze and goes up to level Diamond. These levels are determined by skill requirements that are set for each event. Xcel gymnastics is designed to allow athletes to construct routines best suited for the gymnast, as long as certain elements are included. This is a competitive gymnastics team, but only requires 6-9 hours a week year round, including fall working routines, and competing spring (3 area meets).
CCA | Champions Cheer Academy
CCA White – Kinder & 1st Grade
CCA Blue – 2nd & 3rd Grade
CCA Black – 4th & 5th Grade
CCA cheer squads are FULL OF SPIRIT! These squads work on & perform tumbling, stunts, cheer, chants, routines, jumps, & motions. They are grouped into different levels by age and ability, workout over the school year, and cheer at local events.
If you are interested in joining one of our teams…
Our teams are involved in the community, like a gymnastics brownie troop, we like to say! In the past, our teams have been involved with the Blue Santa Parade up Congress, the Austin Spurs Half Time Show, and visits to Westminster, Brookdale, Querencia, and Belmont retirement homes. These were changed or cancelled from COVID, so this year our Show Teams and CCA cheer squad made handmade puzzles and bookmarks to be delivered to these retirement homes with a piped in video of all their team routines and introductions. The Teams also hand the honor of helping a sweet four year old girl, Cassidy, through a cartwheel-a-thon raising money for her treatments.