Ortona’s beginner program covers an introduction to basic skills on all gymnastics apparatuses for both Men’s Artistic and Women’s Artistic disciplines. These apparatuses include floor exercises, bars, rings, vault, pommel horse and balance beam.Program Details ›
Wednesday 7:30pm - 9:00pm|
Jan 10, 2024 - Mar 13, 2024
|Coach Monique, Coach Andrey||9|
Ortona’s adult programs are separated into 2 levels: beginner and intermediate/advanced. These 2 levels allow every individual, regardless of their ability, knowledge or experience, to participate in gymnastics and experience the positive feeling that comes from being active.
Ortona’s beginner program covers an introduction to basic skills on many gymnastics apparatuses for Men’s Artistic, Women’s Artistic and Trampoline and Tumbling. These apparatuses include (but are not limited to) floor, bars, beam, vault, and trampoline. Fundamental movement patterns for introductory gymnastics skills will be taught:
The ultimate goal of the beginner program is to build a solid foundation for athletes in gymnastics. We want every athlete to build a base of gymnastics movements and skills that they can use to further develop their techniques and learn harder skills. Each athlete is challenged individually based upon the progress he or she shows, which guarantees that everyone is moving at their own safe pace.
The intermediate/advanced program is a structured program where the focus shifts to the individual goals of each athlete on various events. This program allows athletes to develop skills on many gymnastics apparatuses for Men’s Artistic, Women’s Artistic and Trampoline and Tumbling. These apparatuses include (but are not limited to) floor, bars, beam, vault, and trampoline.
Athletes in this level have a working grasp of the basic fundamental movements and gymnastics skills. Some athletes will often be veterans of the adult program and will have been a part of the program for several years.
*Ortona’s Adult classes allow more flexibility to the athletes to focus on skills and events that they feel most comfortable with, while still providing a structured class.
|Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) taken from Gymnastics Canada
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