What is Trampoline & Tumbling Competition Team?
Competitive Trampoline & Tumbling Gymnastics Where the Focus is On Achieving Your Personal Best! At Vargas Academy, we love Gymnastics and we love sharing our sport with children! If your child is interested in a competitive gymnastics experience where the focus is on achieving your personal best, you’ve found the right gym! We are a USA Gymnastics member club and both boys and girls compete within the USAG level system. It is important to us that we give your child a strong foundation in gymnastics and a healthy experience in competition. We like gymnastics to be a very special part of your child’s life, not their whole life! Family commitments, schoolwork, friends and hobbies, just to name a few, are important aspects of our athlete’s daily lives and we are proud of our athletes for their commitment to their families, themselves and their sport! The Vargas Academy T&T Team is competition team committed to supporting health, fitness and personal development for young people from elementary age up to college. Young athletes who participate in gymnastics hone skills that carry over into all areas of their lives. They gain physical strength and fitness, flexibility and coordination, while learning to set goals and stay dedicated towards accomplishing them. Gymnastics is a journey. You are just in the beginning of your gymnastics adventure! Keep learning, listening, growing, and improving, and you will go far in this sport.
2019 Vargas Academy Trampoline & Tumbling Team Members (Girls)
2019 Vargas Academy Trampoline & Tumbling Team Members (Boys)
What we ALWAYS encourage with Team Members!
Children benefit from an active lifestyle and participating in any sport. The American Academy of Pediatrics believes that partaking in organized sports provides a chance for young people to increase their activity and develop socially and physically. Gymnastics is one of the most comprehensive lifestyle exercise programs available to children, incorporating strength, flexibility, speed, balance, coordination, power, and discipline. Whether they are involved in recreational gymnastics or with a competition squad, skills learned in gymnastics can benefit a child’s overall development. General Health Participation in gymnastics helps children become physically active, and stay fit and healthy. Taking part in any exercise significantly reduces the risk of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes in adulthood. As of 2010, one in three children in the United States was overweight, and the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports states that “encouraging moderate and vigorous physical activity among youth is important,” as the habits learned as a child are often carried through to adulthood. Regular participation in gymnastics can teach children how to live a healthy lifestyle, and remain involved in the sport as they grow up.