The new year has begun and competition season is revving up! Competitions are an exciting time for ASI team athletes to show us what they’ve been working on all year long! They practice their new skills, their routines, and work on conditioning exercises in order to be ready for competitions. The coaches and athletes put […]

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This past weekend, the U.S. Men’s Olympic Team was selected and the Women’s National Champion was chosen. Surprising to no one, Simone Biles took away her fourth consecutive national title. Aly Raisman and Laurie Hernandez finished second and third respectively with some jaw-dropping performances. These three young women along with 18 other Olympic hopefuls dazzled […]

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  ASI restructured our Girls Recreational Program with the release of the Gold Standard last September. We centered our program around the fundamentals of athletic development.  Our program now is more focused on strength and conditioning as well as the use of progressions in training all of our skills.  We also have the program structured […]

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At ASI, we can guarantee your child is thankful for participating in a high-energy sport where they get to bounce, swing, flip, and twist. Then your child goes to Grandma’s and shows off their cool new skills. We know. We hear it all the time. But, have you ever asked a coach why they are […]

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  ASI Gymnastics hosted the second Gymmie Kids “Practice Makes Perfect” Meet of the year this past Sunday at ASI Firewheel. Thirty-one special needs students from nine different ASI locations showed off routines on six different events. Gymmie Kids Director Mary Kate Hopkins organized the event which included a group warm up to music, the […]

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