Competitive Gymnastics for Levels 1 through 10 and Elite
Dynamic Gymnastics — Team Gymnastics
Competitive Gymnastics is the Most Challenging and Rewarding Experience You Can Have – It’s Not for Everyone
Gymnastics is very likely the most challenging and complete form of body-mind development ever devised in the sport’s world. We strive to give our gymnasts a sense of team spirit and good sportsmanship. Gymnastics is very much an individual sport, and our coaches try hard to create realistic goals for each team member.
We ask our team members to make a full commitment to this sport, respect the rules, follow their coach’s directions, learn from their mistakes, and be the best they can be. Our Team and Elite members for the past 25 years have a record of competitive gymnastics success on the state, regional, national, and international levels. Many of our students have become excellent college athletes, some have won scholarships, and some still compete on college gymnastics teams today.
We know that Team Gymnastics is a challenging undertaking and requires hard work and dedication. When students, coaches, and parents work together, we can create an athlete with the confidence to follow his or her dream to become a champion. Our Team Program will result in the gymnast having the best physically fit and healthiest body, perhaps in his or her entire lifetime.
Dynamic Gymnastics goal is to develop the highest level competitive team to perform with excellence. Our coaches are prepared to make the commitment necessary to accomplish this goal.“, as stated by both Sorin and Teodora.
Pre-team and team information are available upon request. As Olympians, Sorin and Teodora are very passionate about competitive team gymnastics. They will use their experience and talents to provide the best coaching and mentoring while demanding excellence from their students and coaches. Our gym has the highest quality Olympic rated equipment to allow Dynamic Gymnastics’ coaches to deliver the exceptional training necessary to become a champion.
Team Levels We Coach
- Pre-Team (Level 1,2 & 3) – Students work out on all Olympic events each week with the emphasis on learning new skills and routines and reinforcing gymnastics fundamentals. Strong focus on safety and body awareness. Students will achieve skill development while keeping an emphasis on fun and enjoyment while learning. Once the gymnasts mastered Level 3 skills, they will be evaluated and invited to the level 4 team.
- Level 4, 5 & 6 – compulsory only levels that all gymnasts compete with the same routines, which are design to develop required skills and techniques.
- Level 7, 8 & 9 – optional levels, gymnasts have routines explicitly created for them but must include certain mandatory elements. Gymnasts must be a least seven years old and eight years old to compete respectively in Level 7 events and Level 8 events. Level 8 competition is at the local, state, and regional levels. Level 9 includes eastern or western Nationals, as well as those in Level 8
- Level 10 – is the USA Gymnastics highest level in this age group and gymnasts compete for optional routines only. They compete at the local, state, regional and national levels.
- Elite – is the top level in gymnastics, where fewer gymnasts compete. Gymnasts compete at the national and international levels and represent the USA in most international competitions, including the Olympics.
Boys’ Special Team — students must be at least six years old. Boys will learn Men Olympic events through a training program carefully thought-out to permit each student to progress at their own pace. Only when the required skills are mastered will invitation be offered to the student for the Boys’ Team.
Girls’ Team – students must be at least six years old. Girls will learn Women Olympic events through a training program carefully thought-out to permit each student to progress at their own pace. Only when the required skills are mastered will invitation be offered to the student for Girls’ Team.
Riley McCusker – Previous Dynamic Gymnastic Student
She left our gym in 2015. In 2016, Rileye has also won six medals at the USA Gymnastics National Championships in her senior career. She was a member of the gold-medal-winning American team at the 2018 World Championships and the 2019 Pan American Games. Riley is attending to the University of Florida and part of the Florida Gators gymnastics program. She will be competing in 2020.