Gymnastics | Age- 14 to 16 years


Gymnastics is a sport that involves physical strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, and agility. It is a great activity for children as it helps develop their motor skills, improve their posture, and increase their overall fitness levels. Gymnastics also promotes discipline, perseverance, and self-confidence.

At Fitmykid, we offer gymnastics classes for children between the ages of 14-16 years old. Our programs are designed to introduce children to the basics of gymnastics and help them develop their skills in a safe and supportive environment.

Our experienced coaches focus on building a strong foundation in the fundamental gymnastics movements such as forward rolls, backward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, and round-offs. We also teach children basic tumbling skills and introduce them to different apparatuses such as the balance beam, uneven bars, vault, and floor exercise.

Exercise Descriptionroup Targeted
Forward Roll
Start from a standing position, tuck your chin to your chest and roll forward onto your hands, then push off and stand back up.
Backward Roll
Start from a standing position, bend your knees and roll backward onto your upper back, then push off and stand back up.
Kick up into a handstand against a wall or with a spotter, hold for a few seconds, then come back down.
Start from a standing position, step one foot forward and plant your hands on the ground, then kick your legs over and land on the opposite foot.
Similar to a cartwheel, but instead of landing on one foot, you'll land with both feet together and facing forward.
Split Jump
Jump into the air, extending your legs out to the sides in a split position, then land with one foot in front of the other.
Back Walkover
Start from a standing position, step back with one foot and bend backward, placing your hands on the ground and kicking your legs over, landing on the opposite foot.
Front Handspring
Start from a running approach, place your hands on the ground and kick your legs over in a forward motion, landing on both feet.
Back Handspring
Similar to a front handspring, but done in a backward motion, with your hands and feet landing in opposite directions.
Vault Run toward a springboard, jump onto it, and push off to perform a flip or a twist in the air, then land on a padded surface.

These exercises focus on building strength, flexibility, and balance, which are important skills for gymnastics. However, it’s important to note that gymnastics is a complex sport that requires proper training and technique to prevent injury. It’s recommended to seek guidance from a trained instructor before attempting these exercises.

Our gymnastics programs help children improve their flexibility, strength, coordination, and balance. They also help children develop important life skills such as discipline, perseverance, and teamwork. Our goal is to provide a fun and engaging environment where children can learn and grow while also building their confidence and self-esteem.

We offer different levels of gymnastics classes to cater to children of different skill levels. Whether your child is a beginner or has some experience in gymnastics, we have a program that will suit their needs.

Enroll your child today!

Sign up your child for our gymnastics classes today and watch them develop their skills, improve their fitness levels, and grow in confidence and self-esteem.