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Soaring ceilings yawn over two competitive-cheer floors and a quintet of trampolines at the gym inside American Twisters. During class, instructors send students careering over 90 feet of tumbling tracks. Classes for tots instill basic motor skills, and more advanced classes imprint teens with the muscle memory to execute cartwheels, back handsprings, and backbends, also known as bridges for anything smaller than a cat. Classes rarely exceed eight students in size, so instructors can extend kinesthetic attention to all.