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This developmental program is designed to introduce athletes aged 3-5 years old into a more rigourous class. Athletes learn skills and routines from USAG Levels 1 & 2 as well as an introduction to conditioning and flexibility. Class structure and discipline is gradually increased through the year to simulate a competitive team workout. A fun and enjoyable environment is stressed at this level. Athletes participate in an end of the year show each June where they showcase the skills & routines they have learned. Athletes are required to train 1 hour a day two times each week. (BY INVITATION ONLY)
This developmental program is designed to introduce competitive level skills and routines to athletes using USAG Level 1, 2, and 3 skills. Class structure and discipline is gradually increased through the year to simulate a competitive team workout. Athletes participate in an end of the year show each June where they showcase the skills & routines they have learned. Athletes are required to train 4 hours each week. (BY INVITATION ONLY)
Junior Olympic Levels 3-5
Athletes train and compete Compulsory USAG Levels 3-5 skills and routines. This is an athlete's first introduction to the competitive experience and all athletes compete compulsory routines on vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor exercise. Levels 3-5 Teams compete at Invitationals, Local, Sectional and State Competitions throughout New York State. An increased level of dedication and discipline from these athletes are expected at this competition level. One day of dance class is required. Athletes are required to train 9-16 hours each week.
Junior Olympic Levels 6-10
MTG Team athletes train and compete USAG Levels 6-10 skills at Invitational, Local, Sectional, State and Regional Competitions. All athletes from level 6 and up have individual routines cheorgraphed to their specific level requirements and skill level. A high level of dedication and discipline from these athletes are expected at each of the competitive levels. Optional level athletes are required to attend one day of dance training inside the gym. Athletes train up to 18 hours each week.
The Xcel Program is meant to challenge each athlete’s limits and abilities by providing enjoyable, yet challenging, practices and competitions. The Xcel program allows for gymnasts who are progressing faster in some areas, such as floor and beam, to continue to progress at this excelled pace but to continue to work on the other events. This keeps athletes from becoming bored with repetitious routines or to find themselves competing skills they are not yet mentally ready to compete. The Xcel program is flexible to the needs of athletes who may train in multiple sports or have many outside hobbies & activities. Athletes train from 6 hours to 12 hours.
If you would like more information on our team program, contact Todd Hart at 845-473-3966.
|2013-2014 Team Photos|
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