Competitive Team Programs: Trampoline and Tumbling and Women’s Xcel Gymnastics

Trampoline and Tumbling

Trampoline and Tumbling (T&T) is a USA Gymnastics sanctioned discipline where athletes compete on three events: Power Tumbling, Double Mini Trampoline, and Trampoline. T&T is a dynamic and exciting sport where athletes can execute high-flying technical skills. Our goal at Champions is to challenge our athletes through skill progressions that promote both mental and physical growth in the sport.

Our team program offers a variety of skill levels, with opportunities to advance throughout the year’s season. In addition, athletes are not required to be the same level on all three events like other gymnastics programs. This unique feature allows athletes to develop on each event on its own, and not be held back from competition on an event they might be more skilled at.

Our athletes can start anywhere from our Accelerated T&T class, to earning an Elite title in the higher levels of the sport. T&T is both a women’s and men’s sport, with a competitive season that ranges approximately from January-May (For our higher levels, season can run from Januray-July depending on Regional and National competition qualification), off-season from May-August, and pre-season from September-December.

If you are interested in joining Champion’s Trampoline and Tumbling Team, please schedule an evaluation with Mitch Arick at Evaluations are by appointment only, and must be done prior to being admitted to the team program.

Women’s Xcel Gymnastics

Our girls competitive team prides itself on building a great gymnast from the ground up. We strive to build a strong technical foundation, combined with strength conditioning, skill progressions, and confidence, to ultimately prepare them for competition.

Our program is a year-long commitment with a competitive season January through May, off-season June through August, and pre-season September through December. 

Please reach out to if you have any questions or interest in joining our competitive team.