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Best Gymnastics: Athletic Play or High Level Gymnastics Training

Submitted by on September 9, 2012 – 11:36 amNo Comment

 

Best Gymnastics offers a variety of programs to suit customers’ needs, whether you are looking for fun, athletic play or high level gymnastics training. Their gymnastics  curriculum was developed from over 75 years of personal gymnastics knowledge as athletes, managers, and parents and they have coached gymnasts to over 50 individual and team state championship gymnastics titles.

Best Gymnastics offers a clean and modern facility with the best coaches, training tools and methods in the industry. Parents can enjoy open seating at all times, a cafe area with live television and free Wi-Fi.

“Our gym not only includes all the Olympic gymnastics apparatus, but we have 6 trampolines, a large in-ground foam pit for training and for fun, a 40 foot. rod tumbling floor, a 40 ft. tumble track, and a floor dedicated to our Best Kids pre-school program.

 

Best Gymnastics offers classes for ages 14 months and older for boys, girls, recreational, competitive, and tumbling for cheer and dance. They maintain low student to teacher ratios of 6:1 in all of their beginner classes. Parents can pay for class each month and there is no commitment to stay enrolled.

Best Gymnastics promotes a culture of safety and a healthy respect for the sport of gymnastics. “Our students learn great gymnastics, have fun, and take advantage of all the benefits this great sport has to offer!”

Outside of classes, Best Gymnastics offers events such as Best Night Out, Best Open Gym, Best Birthday Parties, and more.

Register online at http://bestgymnastics.net, email them at info@bestgymnastics.net or call at 972-874-8800 to reserve your spot today! You can also connect with Best Gymnastics on Facebook and follow their tweets on Twitter.

 

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