TUMBLING

HOLD THE VAULT, BARS & BEAM- WE ONLY WORK ON FLOOR TUMBLING!

CLASSES PER WEEK

1

WEEKLY CLASS LENGTH

55 MIN

CLASS RATIO

8:1

SPATIAL AWARENESS

There is no better activity than tumbling/trampoline to train spatial awareness, a critical skill in all sports. Additionally, spatial awareness is considered one of the eight intelligence’s and has been linked to enhanced cognitive development.

PROPER FORM

Stunts, dances and jumps make for a good routine. Advanced tumbling makes for a GREAT routine, but it’s critical that proper form is learned early to ensure progression continues. Help your team by building your tumbling skills with proper form.

SPORTS READINESS

Participation in organized sports provides an opportunity for toddlers to increase their physical activity and develop physical and social skills. This class will help prepare them for all other sports or activities they will participate in.

PROPER EQUIPMENT

Tumbl Trak, an Olympic spring floor, Barrels, Wedge mats, Back handspring boulders and Foam pits all help teach the beginner to the advanced tumbler. We want to see tumbling learned on/with the correct equipment to ensure progression and safety.

OVERVIEW

Although this tumbling program is geared around tumbling for Cheerleading, any child who wants to learn to tumble can join. Students learn proper technique and progression of tumbling skills they need to execute for their high school, junior high, elementary, recreational and all-star Cheerleading teams. Pioneer is proud to be the “go to” facility for many of our local recreational and school Cheerleading teams.

We offer tumbling classes for every skill level.

WEEKLY SCHEDULE

Explore the available days and times below to find the perfect fit for your family’s schedule. To secure your spot, click “Register” and complete the necessary information. The fees listed below indicate the monthly cost for participating in one class per week. Please be aware that all students must be a member, which is $25 annually.

If a class has reached maximum capacity, the status will be displayed as “waitlist”. If Waitlist isn’t available that means our waitlist is full. We maintain a waitlist of interested students and contact them in the order we received their registration, as soon as a spot becomes available. It’s important to note that registering for the waitlist doesn’t carry any obligation, and you will not be charged until you are officially enrolled in the class.

HELD IN OUR MAIN GYM

Our sprawling 14,000-square-foot gym features state-of-the-art Olympic-grade equipment, designed to provide a comprehensive experience for everyone, from budding gymnasts to aspiring cheerleaders and dancers. The facility boasts in-ground trampolines and specialized equipment such as back handspring boulders, all aimed at supporting skill development. This setup ensures every athlete can focus on mastering proper form and advancing safely at their own pace.

Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Level 5
Lunge to handstandHandstand forward rollA back extension roll to a push upComplete understanding of back tuck before connection with other skillsA round-off back handspring layout,
from 2 step and power hurdle approach
Back walkover, bridge kickoverPower hurdle round-off reboundA round-off, three back handsprings reboundA back extension roll into a handstandTwo back handsprings layout
Front walkoverA standing back handspring rebound with strong techniqueA standing two back handsprings reboundRound-off back handspring tuck
(from a 2 step and power hurdle approach)
Standing back tuck
Handstand bridgeFront handspring, front handspring stepoutA power hurdle round-off back handspring reboundStanding back handspring tuckPunch front through to round-off
Handstand forward roll with assistanceA round-off back handspring rebound with strong techniqueA round-off back handspring rebound onto elevated surfaceStanding back tuck off elevated surfaceA front handspring front tuck
Round-off jump back into pitBack handspring jump back into pitProper steps for a front/back tuckPunch FrontWhip through pass, after completion of technically sound layout
Steps to a back handspringJumps to front and back walkoverA front handspring step out to round-off back handspringA jump to series of standing back handspringsJump to standing back tuck
Front limbersJump pause back handspringJumps to back handspringA round-off back tuck
Jump to forward, backward roll
Jump to front, back walkover