Through its camps, recreational classes, and competitive teams, Apex Gymnastics helps hone students’ physical skills and mental acuity. A dedication to safety and discipline informs the staff’s approach as they help participants gain strength, flexibility, and the agility to back-handspring to school every morning. In addition to regular lessons, Apex’s coaches offer up birthday parties with gym activities and present-opening time, as well as Parents’ Night Out, which provides a safe environment in which kids can play and allows parents to alphabetize their rock collections in peace.
Parents often go to great lengths to help keep their children's passions alive, but most probably haven't opened a gym to do so. When gymnastics buffs Angie and Wayne Meshaw found out that the gymnastics training center their two little daughters attended closed, they opened up their own shop: Peak Gymnastics Academy. They even shipped over the girls' familiar coaches and teammates. Today, these instructors continue to immerse their students in a supportive environment. This time, though, they have a 10,000 square-foot facility packed with shining new bars, beams, and a competition-style bed trampoline at their disposal.
Intensive day-camps and classes teach basic through advanced skills in tumbling and gymnastics, improving flexibility and coordination at the same time as discipline and confidence. Meanwhile, private and small-group training sessions hone specific skills, such as how to somersault through a stuffed-animal tea party without breaking any saucers.
Between leaving their previous gym and opening their current one, CaryCitizen reported that Team Attraction Gymnastics? upper-level girls were ?a nomadic bunch,? honing their moves with donated hours in practice spaces throughout the city. Now, the team has found an Apex gymnasium to call home. The venue hosts recreational classes ranging from simple exercises for chaperoned tots to rhythmic gymnastics for students up to high-school age. The gym?s alternate sequence of competition-track classes spans 10 levels, preparing budding athletes to join state-championship-winning teams with 9?13 hours of training per week. Youngsters? bodies stay active with tumbling and acrobatics at the gym?s summer camps, which also expand minds instead of sticking bicycle pumps in students? ears.
Padded floors at varying levels. Beams, bars, and springs sprouting from them. Blue, red, and yellow coloring it all. It looks like a fancy playground, and in many ways it is, but its purpose is much more layered. At Bull City Gymnastics, this vibrant space is used to teach kids discipline and fitness, all while they're having fun flipping and tumbling. To teach all that and boost athleticism, instructors get kids aged 3 and older on balance beams, trampolines, and gymnastics rings during one-hour classes. They can even get parents in on the action during 45-minute parent and tot classes for little ones. Camps and parties that include games, crafts, and gymnastics also keep kids engaged and focused on healthy fun.
Kenney's Gymnastics Academy is owned by Randy Kenney and Julie Waters, and is managed and operated by Michael Faber. Our goal is to provide the area with quality gymnastic instruction. For both the recreational gymnast and competitive gymnast.
For more than 10 years, the enthusiastic instructors of Elite Cheer and Dance have been teaching kids to leap, tumble, and electrify a crowd. Timid beginners and seasoned cheerleaders alike are welcomed into the center's spacious gym to realize their fitness potential and make new friends. Whether it's the eye-catching cheers, the Olympics-inspired routines of tumbling, or the graceful moves of dance, the classes work together to make kids stronger, more confident, and less likely to notice when the planet's gravity turns off.