With the exceptions of painting faces, wearing foam fingers, and lighting brush fires in the shape of mascots, the best way to signal allegiance at a sporting event is to cheer. Learn the language of team loyalty with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options:
$49 for a kids’ class package for one (up to a $125 total value)
$89 for the above kids’ class package for two (up to a $250 total value)
- Registration fee (up to a $35 value), which expires after one year and can be used to sign up for more classes after activating this Groupon.
- Tuition for a one-hour class per week for a month (up to a $70 value)
- Five open-gym practice sessions at the Fort Worth location or seven at the Arlington location to be used within one month's time (up to a $35 value)
Choose between the Arlington and Fort Worth locations.
Before beginning their month of tumbles and tucks, gymnasts and cheerleaders drop in for a 10-minute skills assessment that places them in the appropriate class. Click here for the class schedule, and click each class title for specific days and times.
Altitude Cheer and Tumble
Experienced coaches at Altitude Cheer and Tumble enrich young athletes with the teamwork, self-motivation, and perseverance necessary when learning to cheer competitively. The gym's graduated curriculum corrals kids aged 3 and older into intro and basic classes, which provide a sporty framework by teaching tumbling fundamentals, jumps, dance moves, and how best to tell the difference between a pompom and a frazzled maltese.
As cheerleaders advance, instructors tweak technique while folding in more challenging gymnastics, including back handsprings, walkovers, and back tucks. Open gym bolsters lessons with coach-supervised time to hone skills, practice flips, or land waterless belly flops amid the gym's cushy confines. Both state-of-the-art facilities train tumblers with spring floors, trampolines, air floors, and hard floors, each of which mimic the conditions found in competitive situations.
United Cheer's coaches train aspiring cheerleaders aged 3 and older, teaching skills from basic forward rolls to more advanced back handsprings and standing tumbling. Along the way, they follow a "perfection before progression" approach, ensuring safety by requiring students to perfect basics before moving on to higher-level moves.