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In The Gym

2017 Gymmie Kids Lollipop Meet

ASI’s 5th Gymmie Kids Meet was a Success

ASI was proud to host the spring Gymmie Kids Lollipop Meet on Sunday, May 7, 2017, at ASI Plano West. Gymmie athletes from all of our 10 gyms were invited to participate in this event. The gymnasts have worked so hard all year long to learn new skills and achieve their goals. Each athlete put on a spectacular performance as they showed off their routines to a packed crowd that cheered throughout the entire meet!

The Gymmie Kids Program has made an impact on many families by providing specialized gymnastics instruction based upon the athlete’s needs. To learn more about our program, click here.

Congratulations to all who competed this weekend, ASI Gymnastics is so proud of you and the progress you have made this season!


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Spring Break Skills Camps

What is Skills Camp?


A Skills Camp provides a focused, two-hour training on one or more areas of gymnastics.  This two-hour camp provides an opportunity for gymnasts to have more time in the gym to perfect current skills and learn new ones. Skills Camps include:

Tumbling Camp:

Tumbling Camp will focus on the fundamental tumbling skills that work to build to back handsprings and beyond.  Gymnasts will be put into groups according to their skill level.  They will begin with forward rolls, back rolls, handstands and cartwheels.  Once they master these skills, they will work toward roundoffs, back handsprings, back tucks, and much more.


Bars Camp:

Bars Camp will work to build upper body and core strength while building the fundamental skills on bars. Side stations will work the strength and shape needed to perform bar skills.  Stations with coaches will work bar skills such as chin up pullovers, back hip circles, and a variety of dismounts.


Strength and Conditioning Camp:

Strength and Conditioning Camp is all about athletic development.  This camp will take your athlete to various places in the gym where they will work on building strength, agility, balance, flexibility, and coordination.  


Gymnastics Camp:

Gymnastics Camp will take your gymnast to all four Olympic events as well as trampoline working to increase skill acquisition and confidence.  Vault will increase agility. Bars will build upper body strength, Beam will work balance. Floor will put flexibility, strength, and endurance to the test. Trampoline will teach your gymnast air awareness. Each event will have a focus on one to three elements.  All stations will work together to build a skill, set of skills, and increase strength. The trampoline rotation will work to increase coordination and air awareness in your gymnast.


Team Camp:

Team Camp is offered to current team members as well as our Gold and Advanced Gold Girls Gymnastics students.  This will allow the current team gymnasts to get in some extra practice, and current Gold and Advanced Gold gymnasts to experience what competitive team practice is like.  Gymnasts will be split up according to level and rotate to each Olympic event as well as a tumbling rotation.

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5 Ideas for a Relaxing Valentine’s Day

Are you wanting a night off? Are you in need of a much-deserved date night? Do your kids need a night of fun out of the house? If so, ASI Gymnastics Valentine’s Parents’ Night Out might just be your answer. On Saturday, February 11th from 7pm-12am come drop your kids off for gymnastics, games, crafts, and pizza!

After you leave your kids at ASI for some fun, it is time to treat yourself. Here are five ideas to make the most of your Valentine’s Day.

Get a massage: What better way to really get in a relaxing mood then a massage?  Take some time to pamper yourself and enjoy the silence, while your kids are getting their energy out.

Go to a comedy show: Laughing is one of the best ways to relieve stress, so a comedy show could be exactly what you need. While you kids are away at Parents’ Night Out, kick back and enjoy the entertainment!

Go to dinner: A nice dinner with good conversation is something everyone needs to make time for. No need to worry about kids menus, the kids will be having a pizza party at Parents’ Night Out.

Stay in: This is the ultimate relaxing Valentine’s date night. While you are kid free, you can curl up on the couch and watch a movie or read a book, with no interruptions. What could be better?

Go see a movie: An intriguing movie is always a good idea for Valentine’s date night. No fighting over what kids film to go see, it can be all up to you this Valentine’s.

With so many possibilities, what reasons could you have not give you and your children a night of fun?

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Let Your Kids Find the Love of ASI this Valentine’s

It’s that time of the year again when you’re stuck with the dilemma of what to do with your kids for Valentine’s date night. Why not give your kids an amazing night out? While you are enjoying a movie or just having a relaxing night in, your kids will be busy jumping on the trampolines, playing games, making Valentine crafts, and eating pizza!

Valentine’s Parent Night Out will be on Saturday, February 11th from 7pm-12am. Yes, you read right, that’s an extra hour for you parents to enjoy some alone time. Price is $28 if you pre-register.

Bring your children and let them experience the LOVE of gymnastics at Parents Night Out!
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February Focus

We are officially done with the first month of 2017!

It’s now time to put our focus on February!

Is your athlete showing progress in class? Are they getting as excited to see us as we are to see them each week? We hope so!

Talk to your coach about an evaluation to see how your child is doing in class!

February Events

Valentine’s Parents’ Night Out!

When:February 11, 2017 | 7-12am

Where: All ASI locations


Open Gym!

Every Friday from 7-10pm!



February Focuses

Following the Gold Standard and the NEW Kidz Gym Program, there are focuses for the gymnasts to put their attention to each time they go to class. Here are the focuses to look forward to for the month of February.

Tiny Tots and Kidz Gym Focus

Your young ones will be learning about character traits! During the four weeks of this month, they will be learning about Bravery, Caring, Respect, and Listening! They will receive coloring sheets to take home and we are excited to introduce to you these lessons of new Preschool Program! Check it out HERE!

Girls Gymnastics Focus

Week of 1/30-2/4

  • Vault – The Jump
  • Bars – Circles
  • Beam – The Mount
  • Floor – Rolls

Week of 2/6-2/11

  • Same as above

Week of 2/13-2/18

  • Vault  – Lever/Handstand
  • Bars – Dismounts
  • Beam – Levers/Handstands
  • Floor – Levers Handstands

Week of 2/20-2/25

  • Same as above

Week of 2/27-3/4

  • Vault – The Hurdle
  • Bars – Stride Position and Underswing Dismount
  • Beam – Dance
  • Floor – Dance

Under the “Girl’s Gymnastics” area, you will see the focuses that your athletes will be working on when they attend class. ASI’s trained coaches will break these skills down and explain each part, by using drills and conditioning exercises. This way, they are learning the fundamentals of the skill and truly learning how to correctly and safely perform it. For the Kidz Gym and Tiny Tots students, the new program incorporates new, exciting lessons including socials skills!

March, April, and May Birthdays!

Book your party now with ASI! Talk to your athlete’s coach about how to get a party discount!

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