Gymco’s Competitive Gymnastics Team builds the athletes of today and leaders for the future. Athletes in Gymco’s Competitive Team build confidence as they learn to set goals and work hard to achieve them. They gain athletic skill, physical strength & flexibility without over-training their growing bodies. Team gymnasts are nurtured by coaches in an environment that values integrity, sportsmanship & team-spirit.
Gymnasts age 6 – 18 who are looking for an athletic challenge are encouraged to join Gymco’s Competitive Team. It’s an opportunity to develop individual skills as part of our team environment. If your child is interested in this life-changing opportunity, please contact us to learn more about the program.
Competition Team Leadership: the most experienced leaders in the area. Gymco’s Competitive Team is led by experts in the industry with the valuable combination of gymnastics expertise and child development knowledge. Our program will feature excellent coaching, a balanced approach for healthy development and high expectations for growth and personal achievement. One day, our gymnasts will move beyond their competitive experience, but the values they learn in our competitive program will impact them positively for a lifetime.
Supervisor Doreen Bolhuis: former elite level coach, member of USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic Committee, physical education teacher, a national leader in the gymnastics and child activity industry and President & Founder of Gymco.
Director Shannon Morris: former competitive gymnast, current national-level cheer judge, degree in psychology and Gymnastics Director & CEO of Gymco. Coach Katie Peterson: former competitive gymnast, child development major at Calvin College and level 4 master teacher at Gymco. Interested athletes may complete an enrollment process that includes an evaluation of gymnastics skills and a parent conference. Please contact email@example.com or call (616) 956-0586. One of our team coaches will give you all the details about the team, the commitment and schedule an evaluation for your child