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Our Teams

Our teams compete at local, state, regional and national levels. The team programs strive to promote a good work ethic and high self-esteem by challenging the gymnast in both mind and body.

Our teams follow the USA Gymnastics Jr. Olympic Program.

We believe in a positive environment for athletes to learn gymnastics to their fullest potential. We feel strongly that it is not the natural ability or “talent” of the child that is important, but the desire of the child to be involved in the sport of gymnastics and a willingness to put forth 100% effort to achieve their goals. We stress dedication and an aggressive work ethic, but we understand that a child must enjoy the sport of gymnastics so that he or she can fully appreciate the benefits of their participation. Gymnastics is a fantastic sport with many benefits for the body, mind, and spirit. 

Rose City Gymnastics

Team Legacy

I believe in quality gymnastics and the “total child.” I feel that some children are going to be great gymnasts and some will be average, but they can all give 100% effort. I strongly believe that through the effort they put into this sport, they can develop the work ethic and character that it takes to learn anything they desire and become a success. As a benefactor of the time invested in competitive gymnastics, our athletes become stronger, more flexible, have great body control, in addition to learning amazing gymnastics skills. Gymnastics also enhances social, emotional, and intellectual development. But the most fascinating part of gymnastics is to witness is a child’s confidence, self-esteem, pride, and personal standard grow. This is what I call “the lessons between the flips.” The flips they lose after time, the lessons are theirs to keep for a lifetime. I would not be the person that I am today without the 10-year journey of competitive gymnastics. It is this gift that I want to give back to as many children as I can. 

- Coach Vicki

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