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Boys Gymnastics

Our Boys Gymnastics Programs


Pre-team serves as an introduction to the world of competitive gymnastics. Athletes will not be competing at this time but will see an increase of the amount of hours in the gym. The focus of this program is to get the athlete physically ready for the skills required for competitive gymnastics.

USAG Development Program

The USA Gymnastics Development Program includes progression through 8 levels of increasing difficulty  providing training and competitive opportunities for beginner to elite gymnasts from ages 6 to 18. Levels 3-7 are the compulsory levels consisting of basic routines with options for bonuses progressing developmentally with each competitive level. Levels 8-10 are the optional levels which require gymnasts to fulfill most FIG requirements. Competition is carried out at the local, state, regional and national levels through USA Gymnastics sanctioned invitational meets and championship level meets. The Men’s Development National Championships are held in May of each year for eligible athletes in Levels 8, 9 and 10 who have qualified through their Regional Championships. The season culminates for eligible Level 10 athletes at the P&G Gymnastics Championships.

Future Stars

The Future Stars Program is an athlete development and education program consisting of five age groups: 8-year-olds, 9-year-olds, 10-year-olds, 11-year-olds, and 12-year-olds, who perform selected skills and compulsory routines on the six men’s events plus trampoline, strength and flexibility evaluations. The 8 and 9-year-old divisions participate up to the Regional level while the 10, 11, and 12-year old divisions can qualify to the National level. The Junior National Development Team is determined through the use of a “Future Stars” National Championships / Evaluation held in the fall of each year. 


The Elite Program through USA Gymnastics has two competitive levels — a Junior Division and a Senior Division. An athlete must be 12 to 18 years of age to compete as a Junior Elite and must be at least 16 years of age to participate internationally as a Senior Elite. Elite athletes strive to qualify for International competitions and the Junior and Senior National Teams which are named at U.S. Championships each year.

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The Benefits of Team Gymnastics


Integral for many activities in life, a good sense of balance enables safe and confident movement and physicality and helps prevent falls, whether on a balance beam or outside the gym.


Reduces risk of injury and serves as a competitive advantage and performance enhancer inside and out of the gym no matter the sport.


Develop both minor and major muscle groups to stabilize and control movement, unlike many sports that strengthen only certain body parts.


Improve focus and mind-muscle connection which helps athletes learn to control their body in a more coordinated way.


Positive supports and influences, practicing positive self-talk, and focusing internally to learn new skills in the gym builds self-esteem and promotes health and happiness in life.

Resilience and Goal Setting

When a gymnast struggles to learn a new skill, they begin to know what it takes to succeed and learn to use S.M.A.R.T. goals to build self-confidence.

Lifelong Positive Fitness Habits

Gymnasts learn to feel confident in their physical abilities by developing foundational strength, coordination, and balance, which makes them more likely to stay active through any number of physical activities throughout their lifetime.

Social and Problem-Solving Skills

Gymnasts learn what it means to be part of team and develop lifelong friendships in the gym.

The ROGA Difference

Premier 22,000 sq ft facility with state-of-the-art equipment for all levels of Women’s and Men’s artistic gymnastics, including preschool, recreational, and competitive gymnastics, trampoline, tumbling, and Ninja training.

With over 60 years of combined experience, our coaches are dedicated to each athlete as an individual, providing a positive and nurturing environment for developing self-esteem and love of the sport.

Safety is first and foremost. We follow all SafeSport policies and guidelines.

Our foundational curriculum uses proven progressions with repetition, drills, and variety in skill development to produce athletes with a mastery of the sport. 

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