ICE offers a variety of classes instructed by a highly motivated and qualified staff. We keep our classes small with only 8 athletes. We help our tumblers reach their goals, with correct form, in the fastest, safest manner possible. With proper progression and technique we can produce a more confident and disciplined athlete. Each class is a flat rate of $60/mo. You will automatically be enrolled each month so there is no need to re-register once you are signed up.
Level 1: Back Handspring Class
This class is designed to teach the basic gymnastics technique needed to achieve a standing back handspring and a round-off back handspring. In order for the athlete to move to level 2 they must demonstrate the following skills: standing back handspring (no spot), running round-off hollow body rebound (no-spot).
Level 2: Basic Tumbling
This class is designed to further the development of an athlete to achieve skills such as multiple back handsprings in succession, and to teach the basics of a back tuck. In order for an athlete to move to level 3 they must demonstrate the following skills: standing 2 back handsprings connected, round-off back handspring series.
Level 3: Intermediate Tumbling
This class is designed to further the advancement of an athlete to achieve skills such as multiple back handsprings to a back tuck. Athletes will also focus on techniques to learn or improve a standing tuck. In order for athlete to move to level 4 they must demonstrate the following skills: round-off back handspring back tuck, standing tuck.
Level 4: Advanced Tumbling
This class is designed for the more advanced tumblers. Athletes will focus on skills such as a layout. We will also begin to teach the mechanics of twisting with the goal being a full twisting layout (“full”). In order for an athlete to move to level 5 they must demonstrate the following skills: mechanics of a full twisting layout and toe-touch back tucks.
Level 5: Elite Tumbling
This class is designed for our elite athletes. We will focus on the most advanced skills we can perform within the USASF safety guidelines, such as a full twisting layout, double fulls, and multiple bounding skills.
Flexibility is essential to flying. To excel at stunting, flyers must be able to perform all body positions. When stunting at an elite level flyers need to be able to execute extreme body positions and core control. These classes will teach athletes how to stretch properly and help them to maximize their flying potential and help with body awareness.