Enrollment for All-Star Cheer Season 10 will be in May 2023
Our traveling competitive teams (ages 5-18) practice two times a week and get FREE TUMBLING CLASSES included with their tuition!All our teams compete in national and local competitions. Teams travel to competitions to showcase their routine and compete with other all-star programs throughout the season. Enjoy time together and make memories with your family and teammates as you travel and compete! Competing as a cheerleader is challenging but so much fun!
At a typical cheerleading competition, teams perform a 2.5 minute routine with music that includes stunts, jumps, tumbling. Teams are judged by cheerleading experts on their routines difficulty and execution. The winning team in each division gets a trophy/banner and bragging rights!
All types of cheerleading teams have the option to compete, but not all school-based cheerleading squads are competitive. School teams usually perform routines with a cheer with signs, poms, and megaphones that showcase their sideline skills. Competitive cheer incorporates more tumbling, jumping, and stunting skills at a higher frequency and intensity.
A variety of skills are required at each level (1-7). Tumbling, jumping, and stunting are combined in unique ways to highlight each team’s strengths. All-star cheerleading squads (not affiliated with a school) exist solely to compete. All-star routines do not typically include a cheer since they don’t technically cheer for anyone, and their routines are all entertainment/music that accentuates the skills in each routine. Athletes are divided into teams based on their abilities and age.
Enrollment for Tiny Stars Cheer will open in July 2023
Enrollment for Tiny Stars Cheer will open in July 2023
Practices run September-April.
NO Experience Required
This class will focus on teaching the beginning tumbler all the proper skills and techniques for learning round-offs, round-off back handsprings, front and back handsprings, front and back walkovers, and other entry-level tumbling skills.
- Standing and Running Back Handspring required
Athletes in this class will learn skills such as round-off back handspring series passes, round-off back handspring back tucks, punch fronts, toe touch back handsprings, round-off tucks, x-outs, and many more challenging moves to help our athletes reach the next level.
- Round off back handspring and standing multiple back handspring series required
Athletes in this class will learn round-off back handspring layouts, full-twisting layouts, standing tucks, toe-touch tucks, front tumbling skills, creative new tumbling passes, and many more top-notch tumbling maneuvers.
Details coming soon.
Have a one-on-one session for 30-minutes or an hour with a coach to help perfect your skills. This is the fastest way to improve an athlete’s tumbling in the shortest amount of time!
Each class is fully customized based on the athlete’s specific needs.
Through the challenge of learning tumbling and cheerleading skills, the students gain confidence with each step that they take. For example, with tumbling, skills on the floor mats and with faith in others, helps them gain confidence in their own abilities. This improved self-confidence will transfer to other areas of their lives including school.
All children benefit from classes and participation in cheer and tumbling classes. You have done a terrific job of parenting by getting your child interested in these educational sports. Many of the benefits of cheer and tumbling classes are related to learning more important developmental areas that will help your child become a better student and young adult. Cheer and tumbling programs are not solely about creating high-level athletes, there are so many more important areas to consider. All children, regardless of ability, should stay in cheer and tumbling classes for 3 – 5 years, if not longer, to get the full benefit of what their sport teaches.
Tumbling and cheerleading instruction helps develop better coordination and body movement. For the young child, a great deal of their self confidence comes from how coordinated they are because their “world” is so physical rather than mental. Tumbling and Cheerleading improves coordination.
Gym Owner and CoachMy name is Amanda Sanchez. It has always been a dream of mine to open my own cheerleading gym. I believe cheerleading teaches children how to be a team player and also instills leadership skills and confidence. I have been involved in the cheerleading industry for more than 10 years and have coached children ranging from elementary school age to high school cheerleaders. As a coach, my athletes have competed at the state and national levels. I am very passionate about what I do because I truly do love coaching cheer and helping people improve on their cheerleading skills. I look forward to working with you and your children to create a fun competitive environment.
I am CPR and First Aid certified, as well as a member of USASF. I am credentialed in All-Star cheerleading Levels 1-4 and in tumbling.
Zach HarrisCoach Zach has been teaching cheerleading and tumbling for 12+ years. He has lead several teams to win local, national, and international titles as a coach and choreographer. Coach Zach judges cheerleading competitions throughout North America and is certified with the USASF and AACCA. He is also the Cheer Director at Los Angeles Pierce College. Coach Zach specializes in proper skill progression and leadership development and has been with Impact Cheer & Tumbling since 2019.
CoachHello, I’m Coach Kelsi! I am 24 years old and originally from Hershey, PA. I moved to Los Angeles in July 2018. Starting at the age of 4, I competed in all-star cheerleading Levels 1-5 for 10+ years. I’ve been coaching cheer and gymnastics for 4 years and currently certified with USASF for Building and Tumbling Levels 1-6. Joining as a new coach in October 2020, I hope to build strength, flexibility, and tumbling skills in our athletes at Impact!
Coach for Level 1 and 2Hi everyone I’m Coach Ellie! I am 19 years old and have been coaching for 5 years now. I was a competitive gymnast for but had to stop due to injury and started coaching soon after that. I came to impact in 2018 and started on a level 3 team. I am now on level 4 and coaching level 1 and 2.
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