Gymnastics has become
accessible to many children, of a variety of
different skill levels.
At Gymnastics Revolution, there are 3
branches to our program.
These are “pre-school,”
“recreational,” and “team.”
Preschool programs include
all classes between the ages of 1 and 5, including
Mommy and Me classes.
The design of these classes is to
introduce the sport, and excite each and every
child to further explore their abilities.
Recreational classes are for
boys and girls ages 5 – 16.
Unlike most gymnastics programs, Gymnastics
Revolution offers the opportunity for competitive
gymnastics to all of the children in its
Through “In-House” competitions,
gymnasts in our program are given an opportunity
to experience this sport as thoroughly as
routines and skills are used, and an emphasis is
placed on effort.
Each child is encouraged to perform to the
best of their respective abilities, and this
environment offers a great way for the gymnasts
and parents to see progress.
The competitive “team”
is selected from our preschool and recreational
classes, and is comprised of the athletes who show
great skill, discipline, and desire.
This team travels nationally, and competes
against other gymnastics centers.
The athletes at the top of our team program
have their sights set on college scholarships and
success at the highest levels in their national
For a more comprehensive explanation of
competitive gymnastics, please see below.
Competitive gymnastics occurs
over a number of progressively difficult levels.
Girls begin competing with other gymnastics
centers at Level 4, and work their way through the
skills and programs, to ultimately arrive at Level
is a world beyond level 10, known as “Elite
Gymnastics,” which becomes the competitive field
for the top 1% of the world’s athletes.
Boys begin their competitive
structure at Class 7, and improve their skills
until arriving at Class 1.
As with the girls, there are requirements
that must be met in order to be considered a
These requirements become increasingly
difficult as the gymnast improves.
In both programs, there are
two different “flavors” of routine.
Compulsory routines are pre-scripted, and
performed by every single gymnast of his or her
Optional routines allow the gymnast to
select his or her own skills, connections, and in
the girls’ cases, floor music.
Optional routines, are generally more
exciting to watch, and are limited to girls’
levels 7 – 10, and boys levels 4 – 1.
Nationally, there are far more gymnasts in
the compulsory levels than at the optional levels.
When you hear about an optional gymnasts’
accomplishments, or the abilities of an
“Elite,” you can be sure that this is an
athlete of the highest caliber.