Team level camps combine a dynamic learning environment with active recovery, mental toughness, team bonding, and FUN!
Super Camp 2024: June 3-7
For Athletes in XCEL Silver, DP L3 and Higher
SuperCamp is our FAMOUS week-long
team level gymnastics camp. Since 1988, CATS has been hosting Olympians, National Coaching Staff, and expert clinicians and choreographers to come share their experience with our athletes!
Each day, gymnasts will have rotations of all 4 gymnastics events, trampoline, mental toughness activities, recovery and self-care, and dance!
On Friday, athletes get to have fun in the sun with a picnic and afternoon at Scott Carpenter Pool!
Past Featured Staff:
(Current Women's National Team Head Coach)
(Former Men's National Team Head Coach)
(National Staff for over 30 Years, Coached 1996 Olympic Team)
(1992, 1996, 2000 Olympian, Co-Founder of FlipFest)
(1996 Olympian, Gold Medal Gym Owner)
Mini BobCAT Camp: June 10 - 14
This camp is for our Pre-Team athletes to gain more time in the gym, work with our high level athletes and improve their skills!
9:00-10:00am - SuperKitties, ThunderCATS, WildCATS
10:00-11:00am - Bronze Lions (younger), L2 Panthers
11:00-12:00pm - JungleCATS, Bronze Lions (older)
*Athletes will only attend camp for the hour of their level each day, Monday-Friday
Team Track Intensive: July 15-19
This camp is for our Recreational Athletes wanting to improve their gymnastics and work towards joining a competitive team at CATS! Athletes will get to work with team coaches in this half day camp.
KinderCATS, BeginnerCATS, IntermediateCATS, & AdvancedCATS
Power Tumbling and Acro Clinic
June 17-21, July 8-12, July 29- August 2
Pre-Requisites: DP level 5 or Xcel Gold or higher
Skills: Round-off back handspring back tuck, multiple back handsprings, standing back tuck, and 10 second handstand recommended
CATS Alumni Paige Delman is a Division 1 Tumbling and Acrobatics athlete at Iona University.
In these week-long clinics, athletes will learn the basics of collegiate acrobatics and tumbling. They will work in partnerships with other athletes to understand what acros, pyramids, and tosses are as well as train each of these elements. They will have opportunities to experiment with and learn which positions highlight their own skill set best. They will be coached on their tumbling and learn about tumbling passes that are competed in acrobatics and tumbling. Athletes will build strength to support the new skills they are learning as well as implement some new and old techniques to their training. This is a great opportunity for athletes to start to explore the options that they will have in college and which acrobatics and tumbling schools might be the right fit for them. Athletes will be able to gain confidence about this unique sport making a smooth transition to the mat if they decide to pursue this sport.