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Our Mission

At RAD Gymnastics, our mission is the positive growth and wellbeing of our gymnasts from toddler to adulthood. We strive to create an environment where individuals can develop physically, emotionally, and socially, where they know they are fully supported in all of their endeavors and needs. Rad fosters growth through providing a safe and progressive environment built on care, discipline, and mutual respect. We aim to help our athletes build confidence and encourage the importance of balance in their sport and lives. The ultimate goal of RAD Gymnastics is to help children to flourish anywhere in life.

OUR CLASSES

At RAD Gymnastics, we value the growth, development, and all-around well-being of your children. Our classes provide a safe, supportive, and growth-mindset environment for your children to thrive in. Our courses begin for the littlest of toddlers up to young adults. Classes we offer include Parent-Tot, Rad Tiny Tot, Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Recreational Classes, Cheer/Tumbling, Boys Recreational, and Open Gym, and more.

Classes build on one another to provide a foundation of athletic skills and social-emotional development to help our athletes grow into strong, confident, independent, and well-adapted young people. Skill sets are purposely designed to help our athletes have the strong foundation they need to keep tackling new, more difficult maneuvers. Rad believes in creating an athletic learning environment where each class acts as a stepping stone to help your children become the athletes and individuals they wish to be.

We also encourage our athletes to learn at their own pace, to blossom through their own path. Our classes, therefore, focus not just on the team, but the individual. We strongly strive to create a successful learning environment for athletes of all abilities. We are happy to help you find the best classes that fit your kid’s needs and interests. Please reach out anytime for more information. We look forward to seeing you all at the Gym.

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1 month ago

RAD Gymnastics Debary
Join us tomorrow for Tot Open Play. Bring your little one age 4 and under for some safe, fun time to explore and play in the gym. This is a great way to prepare them for a class on their own and for you and them to make new friends! $10 drop in or purchase a punch card $80 for 10 visits. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

RAD Gymnastics Debary
Your Responsibilities as a Gymnastics Parent1. Find a balance between encouraging your child to learn gymnastics but not pressuringhim or her. Allow your child to compete or quit (with some discussion, of course!) ashe or she chooses.2. Understand what your child wants from gymnastics and be supportive in helping himor her achieve those goals. Remember that not every gymnast has the same goals andnot every gymnast will have your goals.3. Set limits on your child’s participation. Make gymnastics a part of your and his life,but don’t forget to include other important activities too.4. Make sure the coach is qualified to offer your child the proper and safe training.5. Keep winning in perspective and help your child do the same. There is more togymnastics and competition than the outcome of a meet or if he or she places.6. Help your child set realistic yet challenging personal performance goals rather thanfocusing exclusively on winning.7. Help your child understand the valuable lessons sports can teach. Participating ingymnastics is a good way to learn how hard work and persistence can pay off.8. Help your child be responsible to the team and coaches. Gymnastics participationalso is a good place to begin learning to take personal responsibility.9. Turn your child over to the coach during practice and competition. Don’t be yourchild’s coach from the sidelines.10. Give the coaches any information related to your child’s health concerns. Tell themabout any al1ergies, medications, or anything else that could affect her performance. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

RAD Gymnastics Debary
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2 months ago

RAD Gymnastics Debary
Summer Gymnastics: Why You Should Still be in the Gym over Break!As school lets out and the weather warms up, many gymnasts choose to take a break from their sport. This can seem like a good idea, to give the body a break and focus time on more classic “summer activities.” However, for a sport like gymnastics that is so dependent on progression (building up from one skill to the next, more difficult skill) and constant maintenance of strength and flexibility, taking a long break in the summer can really hurt a gymnast’s development in the sport. Gymnastics, like many sports, requires regular practice to maintain and improve your skills and fitness level. However, unlike most sports, gymnastics is more dependent on actually going to a gymnastics-specific facility to get that practice in. Therefore, simply staying active over the summer does not quite do the trick. This is for a couple of reasons:1. Muscle MemoryGymnastics relies on muscle memory, the learning method wherein the brain starts to memorize movements in a particular pattern, allowing a gymnast to perform skills without having to think about them. For instance, a roundoff back handspring would be impossibly difficult if you had to think about every single step of performing the series. Instead, your brain knows how to do the roundoff and can start preparing for the back handspring from the time you start your hurdle. Muscle memory is reliant on regular practice, or else the brain begins to forget the patterns it has learned. A long break from gymnastics can therefore cause the brain to forget much of what it has worked so hard all year to learn, making the process of relearning these skills much harder come fall. Having to spend time relearning what you had mastered previously means you will have less time to spend learning new things!2. EquipmentAnother reason to remain in the gym over summer break is that gymnastics, unlike many sports, requires very specific equipment and safety measures (coaches who know how to spot, for instance), which makes it very difficult to practice it at home. While kids can practice many skills for a sport like baseball in their backyard, unless you have proper matting and expensive equipment set up in your house, practicing gymnastics is not really a possibility. Even if you do have some equipment in your home, doing gymnastics safely and correctly often requires the presence of a coach who can correct your form and technique. Practicing a skill at home incorrectly can lead to difficulties in relearning the skill properly when back in the gym, making the progression to the next skill much slower.Stay tuned for information about our "Summer Flex Program" that will allow you to take a week or two off without leaving for the whole summer! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

RAD Gymnastics Debary
What a way to finish Florida State Meet with Level 10’s Seniors recognition, sharing this special moment with coaches, parents and teammates have been such an honor. We are proud to be part of your gymnastics journey. Go RAD!Congratulations to:✨🤸‍♀️ Lori Brubach 🥇 Vault State Champion 🥈on Beam & Regional Qualified.👏🏻✨ 🤸‍♀️Bianca Bertrand 🥈Vault & Beam & Regional Qualified.👏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less
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