The gargantuan 27,000 square foot gymnasium at Southern Elite Gymnastics Academy (SEGA) houses scores of equipment for almost every conceivable gymnastics event. Balance beams, even and uneven parallel bars, and pommel horses pepper the open floor, which also hosts trampolines and a parkour course. Classes range from gymnastics and tumbling for free-running for kids and adults, fitness, trampoline, and karate.
Although each of the seven Just Fitness 4U locations has its own distinctions?such as the Lawrenceville location's 24/7 hours or the Marietta location's 25,000 sq. ft. facility and marble lobby?they more or less share the same tools for getting in shape. For starters, each is furnished with state-of-the-art Life Fitness and Hammer Strength equipment, which can be used or lifted to increase strength. Moreover, the facilities have a team of certified personal trainers and group fitness instructors who lead one-on-one workouts and fitness classes such Pilates, Zumba, yoga, and spinning, respectively.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: Kids
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Cheerleading & tumbling
Georgia Elite All Stars' staff of professional cheerleaders, gymnasts, and martial artists lead tumbling and cheer classes for students 18 months to 18 years old in a state of the art facility. Programs range from weekly tumbling sessions for toddlers new to walking to grade-school cheer teams competing in Cheersport Cheerleading and Dance Championships. But the activities offered here encompass much more than just straightforward tumbling and cheer. In the tricking class, second-degree black belt instructor covers martial arts moves that incorporate tumbling that can be seen from the facility's observation deck.
Amplitude Gymnastics Academy is a brand new home for kids in motion. Just about as soon as they can walk or dream of flying, boys and girls are invited to start exploring the basics of gymnastics and tumbling. As they progress, they move on to navigate the pommel horse, parallel bars, trampolines, and other equipment filling the 10,500-square-foot space.
Top Notch Training Center instills a love of gymnastics in children from a young age, teaching both fluid movement techniques and life skills such as self-confidence. The tiniest gymnasts can undertake parent-and-me classes that cover spacial awareness, hand-eye coordination, and social activities. Gymnastics for older students, meanwhile, covers the four Olympic events: uneven bars, vault, balance beam, and floor exercise. In addition to gymnastics and tumbling, the center offers drawing classes and dance lessons covering jazz and ballet.
Recommended Age Group: Kids
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Home of the Atlanta Jayhawks
Cheer & Dance Atlanta's two newly renovated locations feature exactly the sort of amenities an aspiring cheerleader or dancer might wish for: padded spring floors, regulation-size competition floors, and even tumble tracks into padded pits. It's no surprise then that the JayHawks Cheerleading and Dance Teams make use of all of that equipment to hone their skills between regional and national competitions and exhibitions. But don't let the professional-grade facilities and competitive training intimidate you. The five-level training program helps develop students from complete beginners to skilled acrobats without requiring them to have any previous experience in tumbling or sticking it to gravity.