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Huntsville, AL 35802​​

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T&T Recreational Gymnastics Program
Recreational classes are divided into 4 groups. Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 and T&T Advanced. Levels 1-3 follow the USAG Competitive Trampoline & Tumbling routines, incorporating skills appropriate for your student's level.
    

Each one hour class will be comprised of a warm up, basic tumbling skills, basic trampoline skills, flexibility and strength & conditioning.


• T&T Homeschool - Designed for students ages 5 and up this morning class is a perfect fit for homeschool families.  Coaching will be tailored for All Levels.

 Tumbling - This class is for all students ages 8 years old or older who have completed T&T Level 3. Tumbling will expound and focus specifically on tumbling progressions and skill that can be applied through all disciplines of Gymnastics.
• Level 1 - This is the perfect place for new gymnasts, focusing on basic tumbling and trampoline skills. Our focus in Level 1 is on proper technique for faster, safer progressions.

• Level 2 - Level 2 is for gymnasts who have had prior training and/or those who have mastered basic skills. Focus will be on new skill development as well as connecting tumbling and trampoline skills.
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• Level 3 - Ready to flip! This class is for gymnasts who have mastered both Levels 1 & 2 and are ready to start learning front flips on trampoline as well as back handsprings.

• T&T Advanced - After mastering Levels 1-3 gymnasts may progress to the Developmental Team or T&T Advanced class. The T&T Advanced class is open to gymnasts who have achieved all required basic tumbling skills and are working on back flips, multiple back handsprings and advanced trampoline and tumbling skills.
For more information about:

USA Gymnastics
Trampoline & Tumbling Program
https://usagym.org/pages/tt/pages/index.html

Levels and Routines
https://usagym.org/pages/tt/pages/overview_jo.html