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Spring Break Camp is Happening Now Summer Camp to Follow

Posted on Mar 22, 2018 in Blog, News


Sign up for Spring Break Camp Summer Break is around the corner and your children will soon be out of school looking for new and exciting activities to get into. Enrolling your child in Spring Break Camp or Summer Gymnastics Camp will keep them busy while also giving them the opportunity to learn a fun, new skill. At Summer Gymnastics Camp they will learn discipline, fitness skills and begin their journey to the Olympics! At Summer Camp, kids get to learn new gymnastics elements, get creative with arts and crafts, play fun games, and most importantly, create memories that will last a lifetime! Our Summer Gymnastics Camp will be from June 4th – August 25th (choose your weeks and days. We offer many different specialty programs that are sure to fit every child, of every age. Non-members are welcome!...

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Congrats LASG Boys Team!

Posted on Jan 27, 2016 in Blog

This past weekend, Jan. 22-25, 2016, our boys team did an outstanding job at the Azarian Cup Invitational Competition!   Mason Stoklyk did an exceptional job taking 1st place in the Rings, Parallel Bar, and High Bar clinics!  Mason would take 2nd place All-Around for the competition that full of fierce competition. Another star on the LASG boys team, Jayden Thomas, would also shine taking 4th on the Pommel Horse and 2nd on the Vault! LASG family, we are so proud of our athletes.  Stay in touch with us to receive updates on all future competitions to help us continue supporting our athletes! Keep in touch with us!

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2016 LA Lights Tournament of Champions

Posted on Jan 14, 2016 in Blog

The world may be gearing up for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio, but it is the Los Angeles School of Gymnastics(LASG) heating up with World and Olympic Champions from all over the globe to compete in what has become one of the largest multi-level rhythmic gymnastics competitions in the world, The L.A. Lights Tournament of Champions. Just like the Olympic Games, this event is drawing the best female athletes from the US and around the world, including medalists from previous World and Olympic Games scheduled to compete. L.A. Lights takes place January 22-24 at Veterans Memorial Auditorium Headed by Executive Director of LASG, Alla Svirsky, the nation’s unparalleled leader in the gymnastics industry. Svirsky, a Gymnastics Hall of Fame member, three-time Olympic coach and seven time winner of USA Gymnastics Coach of the Year, has been working...

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The Benefits of Gymnastics In and Outside of the Gym

Posted on Sep 14, 2015 in Blog, Hot News, News, Uncategorized

As summer ends and students return back to school once again this fall, many parents begin to search for the best after-school and weekend programs that will compliment their own and their child’s busy schedules that will fortify and perpetuate their child’s character, academic success, and athletic ability. Gymnastics programs such as the nationally-recognized fall programs offered at the Los Angeles School of Gymnastics, give students the opportunity to grow in all areas of their lives through hard work, determination, and self-confidence. Improves Academic Success Recent research demonstrates how gymnastics complements a students outstanding academic life outside of the gym. There exists a strong and direct correlation between students who participated in gymnastics programs and performing exceptionally well in academics. Studies show that children learn cognitive skills more effectively in an environment that includes the body as well as...

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Los Angeles School of Gymnastics Leads Star-Studded Opening Ceremony for the 2015 Special Olympic World Games

Posted on Jul 29, 2015 in Blog, Hot News, News, Uncategorized

On Saturday, July 25th, the Los Angeles School of Gymnastics team of national-level gymnasts stepped onto the red carpet of the LA Coliseum to lead the 2015 Special Olympics Opening Ceremony as over 7,000 of the world’s most inspiring athletes came from 165 different nations came to celebrate the commencement of the 2015 World Games. Following an introduction by President Barack Obama in front of a crowd of 62,388, the Los Angles School of Gymnastics team of 30 of its best athletes kicked off the event as they tumbled down the red carpet on live television, trailed by world-class stilt walkers. Alongside performers such as Stevie Wonder and Avril Lavigne and appearances by Michelle Obama and Jimmy Kimmel, LASG’s general manager Tanya Berenson told, “The World is coming to Los Angeles, but we are bringing to the world LA’s...

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