We as a gym, would love to be the go to place for cheerleaders of all aspects to learn and grow as individuals. We pride ourselves in getting to know our athletes that come into our doors, but as athletes and as people. Our ultimate goal is to help you achieve yours.
We started out program in March 2014 with the mindset that not every cheerleader wants to be an All-Star cheerleader. Most of the cheerleading based gyms in the area have allstar programs which makes it more difficult for those who are not a part of their programs to take classes. We wanted to provide instruction to all athletes who are wanting to learn how to improve their skills whether they are High School, Recreational, College or All-star cheerleaders.
Our gym started in a facility no larger than 1800 square feet. In November 2015, we expanded to our current facility which is approximately 4800 Sq ft. Our facility was designed with the intention on creating a place for athletes to come and learn the acrobatic skills it takes to be elite.
MEET OUR TRAINERS
Joe has been a part of the cheerleading industry since 2001 where he began as an All-star Cheerleader. After High School he entered college where he cheered for the University of South Florida, then Transferred to the University of Central Florida.
Elsie has an outstanding knowledge of all aspects of competitive cheerleading from High School, Rec, Collegiate, and Allstar. Elsie is a former University of North Florida Cheerleader and Bishop Moore Catholic High School Cheerleader. She is the Owner and Director of the TPA Bulls Traditional Competitive Cheerleading Program.
- Regulation 54’ x 42’ High School / Collegiate Sized cheer floor
- 65’ x 12’ Inground Spring floor ideal for Athletes to perform their tumbling passes.
- 15’ by 15’ Air bag Landing Mat
- 30’ in ground Tumble Track
- Plenty of equipment designed for all skill levels including:
- 30’, 20’, 10’ and 6’ Air Tracks
Tumble Track, Air Tracks, Flat Floor, and Spring floor Terminate in the pit for a safe learning environment. Athletes can perform new skills into the Air Bag knowing they are significantly reducing their risk of injury while they are in the learning process of a new skill.