Club Champion gives young gymnasts the opportunity to hone their skills with a different kind of summer camp
Published : Thursday, April 18, 2013 | 2:45 PM
Want your young gymnast to land solidly on their feet? Join the club.
Club Champion Gymnastics offers a different kind of summer camp with Champ Camp, where keeping your child active all summer with a healthy body and mind is key.
Each week in the camp is designed to be fun and exciting, while being different than the week before.
“This summer gymnastics camp incorporates different themes each week to enhance your child’s summer experience,” says Sarah Spina of Club Champion Gymnastics.
Every Friday, a performance is held that “will showcase the gymnastics they worked on all week with emphasis on the week’s theme,” Spina explains.
The themes include Olympic Games, Cheer/Parkour, Cirque Week, Trampoline & Tumbling, Stunt Show Week, and Gymnastics Inc.
Champ Camp holds classes every Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. with a typical camp day schedule shown as follows:
9:00-9:30 Warmup and Games
9:30-10:30 Gymnastics Rotations (Trampoline, Floor, Bars, etc.)
10:30-10:45 Nutrition Break
10:45-12:00 Gymnastics Rotation
12:30-12:45 Arts and Crafts
1:00-2:00 Practice for Friday Performance
2:00-5:00 Extended Care
Camp rates are:
$60 a day
$225 per week
$775 for any 4 weeks with each additional week at $200
$1750 for all 10 weeks
A $100 non-refundable deposit is required upon registration. If a week is full, no registrations will be accepted.
Club Champion Gymnastics has been in the San Gabriel Valley since 1999, with two schools in Pasadena and Monrovia both conveniently located near the 210 freeway.
The school is dedicated to helping young children achieve their full potential, not just physically, but mentally as well. Coaches and teachers, with years of training and experience under their belts, train their troupe the best way they know how.
That is, making sure everything is done right by teaching all the good things they have experienced and steering away from what they perceive as troubling.
The gyms motto says it all: Shaping Lives
Club Champion Gymnastics is not just an ordinary school for after-school activities. It also strives to create and train future champions.
Offering competitive gymnastics programs, the school also gives gymnastics and tumbling classes to children as young as 12 months. Cheer programs and aerial silks classes are also offered.
“We are committed to providing quality gymnastics instruction in a fun, safe, and nurturing environment,” says Spina.
To find out more about Champ Camp and Club Champion Gymnastics, visit http://www.go2clubchampion.com/ or call (626) 577-4496 for the Pasadena office.