Adult Gymnastics

We hold Adult Gymnastics and Trampolining sessions twice a week.

DAYS:   Tuesdays 7:45pm – 8:45pm   &   Wednesdays 8:00pm – 9:00pm
PRICE: £7 per session. Pay as you go
PREPAID CARD DEAL: Buy this card and get 10 sessions for the great price of £58.50!

We have combined all the learning, exercise and fun of the two separate classes into one Gymnastics and Trampolining session.

Holding yourself upside down for long periods of time, flipping through the air, using rings and bars and all the other amazing stuff involved in gymnastics will get you seriously strong. Gymnasts have a level of strength that most normal people would consider near superhuman strength—but even training in gymnastics as an amateur will get you upper body strength, core strength and power like no other workout can do.

It doesn’t matter how inflexible you currently are—training in gymnastics will make you a more flexible person.

The trampolining really works on your core and is a fantastic work out!

No matter your age, gymnastics will bring you back to the days when childlike wonder filled every moment.

GREAT NEWS…you can purchase a Prepaid Adult Gymnastics Card for great savings per class. Stamp it at every session you attend

Pay as you go price is £7 for a class. But this card is for 10 classes and it only costs £58.50!

Contact the front desk in person or via the phone to organise your card – call 01451 263130

Why do gymnastics? Below are the reasons why you should do gymnastics … from an adult’s point of view ..

You might not have guessed it, but gymnasts are the strongest, pound for pound, of all the Olympic athletes.

Holding yourself upside down for long periods of time, flipping through the air, using rings and bars and all the other amazing stuff involved in gymnastics will get you seriously strong. Gymnasts have a level of strength that most normal people would consider near superhuman strength—but even training in gymnastics as an amateur will get you upper body strength, core strength and power like no other workout can do.

Or twentyfold. Or whatever. The point is, I don’t care how inflexible you currently are—training in gymnastics will make you a more flexible person.

Working on backbends and pikes require more flexibility than the average workout. And yes, you may even be able to do the splits one day.

Taking part in gymnastics, however, will increase your coordination by helping you gain more control over your body. I’ve noticed I’ve become more coordinated and less “floppy” after only six classes, so you can get there too.

That first time you go to do a handstand into a roll, or a backbend all the way to the floor, or a backflip, front flip, or even a cartwheel, there’s no way around it—it’s going to be terrifying. Even if there’s an experienced teacher nearby, unless you’re crazy and completely devoid of fear, you’re going to be nervous, even scared.

But when you do it—when you actually do what you’d previously thought to be impossible—it opens up a whole new world. Not only does it make you become less fearful and more confident in athletics, it can also translate to other areas of your life, even positively impaction your career, your relationships, and your dreams.

There’s nothing better than making mistakes over and over to make you get over being good at everything and just learn to laugh when you screw up. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve fallen, done something completely wrong, or failed time and time again to get something right while learning gymnastics.

Sure, it’s frustrating at times, but if I didn’t learn early on to laugh at myself when I messed up, I’d have quit after the first lesson.

And in case you hadn’t guessed, this can also be a valuable lesson that can assist you in the rest of life as well.

What’s more kid-like than bounding around, jumping, flipping and swinging from things? Yeah, I can’t name anything either.

No matter your age, gymnastics will bring you back to the days when childlike wonder filled every moment.

And what could be better than that?

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