Dynamic Stretching- A type of sports fitness routine in which momentum and active muscular effort are used to strengthen and the end position is not held.
Static Stretching- Stretching a muscle (or group of muscles) to its farthest point and then maintaining or holding that position.
Passive Partner Stretching- One relaxed partner will be stretched to their farthest point by an instructor or a partner in the class.
Beam Stunting- Athletes must show ability to pull and hold body positions on a balance beam to progress.
Ground Stunting-Athletes must show ability to pull and hold body positions on an instructor to progress.
Group Stunting-Athletes will progress through the levels on a multi-base group.
Basket Tosses- Using the trampoline and partner based drills, athletes will progress through all levels of the basket toss.
Stretch/Warm-Up-Body positioning and beginner skills to prepare muscles and get the “blood flowing”.
Drills-Exercises used to teach muscle memory. Breaking down each trick into smaller pieces helps ensure proper technique, build confidence and lends to quicker progression.
Progression-Each athlete must fully master a level before moving to the next level.
Spotting-WE FEEL THAT SPOTTING PROMOTES MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL DEPENDANCE WHILE CREATING A FALSE SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT IN BOTH PARENT AND ATHLETE. THEREFORE, WE USE OUR EQUIPMENT, DRILLS AND PROGRESSION TO TEACH WITHOUT THE USE OF SPOTS WHENEVER POSSIBLE.
Attendance-Extremely important and results are cumulative, unfinished skills DO erode and setbacks can occur.