What Type of Class Should My Child Try?

What is the difference between a Gymnastics Class & Tumbling Class

Gymnastics
typically involves the women's events of uneven parallel bars,
balance beam, floor exercise, and vault. Men's events include floor
exercise, pommel horse, still rings, vault, parallel bars, and high bar.
Tumbling
is a form of gymnastics which is performed without the assistance of props; you may also hear it referred to as floor gymnastics. Like other forms of gymnastics, tumbling requires physical strength, flexibility, and stamina.
What kind of class should I sign my child up for?
This is just a recommendation, but typically it is better for the younger children to start in gymnastics; ages 3 to 10 years. Ages 11 and up; it is recommended enrolling in a tumbling class. Both are great physical activities; your child should participate in the classthat they enjoy.Tumbling usually is geared for children in cheerleading or preparing to try-out for cheerleading.
 

 

Precision Gymnastics and Tumbling Class Descriptions Below
Girls Gymnastics Classes- Beginner Tumbling Classes- Advanced Tumbling Classes- Cheerleading Classes-
This class is geared to the four Olympic events of the vault, uneven parallel bars, balance beam and floor. a girl’s gymnastics class develops physical strength, flexibility, agility, confidence and mental capacity. 
This class develops
physical strength, flexibility, agility, confidence and mental capacity. The class is geared to the six Olympic events of the floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings, vault, parallel bars, and high bar.
 This class covers all the basics of running  and standing tumbling such as handstands, cartwheels, round-offs, and back handsprings. In the beginner class we focus on form and technique.
This class focuses on the higher skills
which are round-off w/two back handsprings w/ out a spot, and round-off backhandspring back tuck to
layout or even
full twisting layouts.
This class
basically works
with all the basics
of cheerleading.
The cheer class covers cheer jumps, dance, motions, cheer approach,
and a little tumbling. It also is a great way to get ready for cheer season, when tryouts come around.
 This class helps with cheerleading jumps, which includes toe touch, right and left herkie, right and left front hurdler, and pikes. It focuses on the approach, arm placement, gaining the strength to get jumps higher, and flexibility. This class is great for getting ready for Cheer Try-Outs.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 6 years  & up
 Please feel free to contact us if you have question about what class to try.
You may always transfer between classes at any time. 
  
                       
 

 

 
Precision Gymnastics & Tumbling
 1144 N. Plano Rd., Suite 104
Richardson TX 75081
(972) 907-2248
 Fax: (972) 907-2249