Gymnastics Information

RGA Class Descriptions

Me and My Mini PRE-K T-Bugs Recreational Gymnastics
Competitive Gymnastics Tumbling Homeschool

Gymnastics is an excellent way for children to gain confidence and build self-esteem while improving their strength, balance, flexibility, and endurance; plus, gymnastics helps develop self-discipline, time management skills, focus, and concentration. The skills children gain from participating in gymnastics will continue to benefit them for the rest of their lives. Come join us at RGA, where we’ve been cultivating our classes to best serve you and your child since 2003.

New Classes Starting Soon! Call the gym to register 336-610-4742

Our pre-school program uses a well-rounded curriculum designed to help develop balance, strength, flexibility, gross motor and social skills. We encourage active participation to teach children that they can be successful, that learning is fun and that they should always get up and try again.

Our lesson plans introduce basic gymnastics fundamentals, as well as developmental and age-appropriate skills. We do this by holding our tumble-bug classes when the gym is not full of other classes. This helps in safety and concentration.

RGA Tumble-Bugs program is sized just right for your young, growing athlete. If you have any questions throughout the school year, please feel free to speak with your child’s instructor; the lines of communication are always open!

Me and My Mini
Saturday Morning 9:15 am to 10 am (18 months–3 yrs)

45 min/week: This class requires parent participation. The instructors work with the parents and the parents take an active role in their child’s development. The structure of this class focuses on gross motor skills such as hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness, jumping, running and balancing using gymnastics equipment. This class is the perfect time for parent-child bonding.

PRE-K T-Bugs
Saturday Morning 10:15 am to 11 am (3–4 yrs)

45 min/week: This is the first class without parent involvement; listening skills, following directions, cooperation, and participation are encouraged and nurtured. This class focuses on basic gymnastics skills and encourages names of positions and independent movement. The fun-themed lesson plans help to develop strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance.

Stop by for your free trial!

Classes for Boys and Girls of All Ages Monday through Friday evening.
Beginner: Mon: 5-6 Tues: 5:15-6:15 Thur: 8-97-8
Intermediate: Mon: 7:15-8:15 Tues: 6:30-7:30 Thur: 5-6

What is the Recreation Program?  Recreational classes provide an excellent way for children to gain confidence and build self-esteem while improving their strength, balance, flexibility, and endurance. Gymnastics also helps develop self-discipline, time management skills, focus, and concentration. We believe that the skills children gain from participating in gymnastics will continue to benefit them for the rest of their lives.

Structure: The Rec Program is divided into skills-based classes as follows: beginners and intermediate.

Advancement: The Rec Program is made up of skill levels 1,2 and 3. Athletes are moved up from classes when they have achieved the skills for that level and are showing signs that they are ready for the next level.  Quite frequently in this sport, gymnasts need multiple seasons at a given level. We will be testing your athletes on strength, flexibility, and skill at every class. This testing will help the coaches judge the right time to move them up to the next level. The recreational gymnastics classes will offer an “Annual Gym Show” where friends and family are invited to attend and watch the athletes perform routines and skills they have learned.

Invitation Only

RGA Offers A Competitive League: The Piedmont Gymnastics League: Athletes will be placed in these classes based on skills.  We currently offer competitive gymnastics for bronze- silver-gold and platinum. Athletes will compete in all 4- Olympic Apparatus with 3 to 4 events held within our league per year.  A minimum amount of instruction hours per week must be met to compete.  Classes are offered on various days, please see an office staff if you are interested in joining the Competitive team. The competitive season is generally December through May.

Competitive Teams are 2 hours per week level 1

Minimum 3 hours per week level 2

Minimum 6 hours per week level 3

Minimum 9 hours per week level 4 and up

Monday/Tues/Thurs: 4:30-7:20 level 4 and up

Tues -Thursday: 4:30- 7:20 Level 2-4 competitive

Friday: 4:30-6:30 level 1 competitive

**Some students in competitive classes may choose not to compete. If a student does not meet the minimum hours required, they can not choose to compete.  Students that miss several classes during the competitive season will not be allowed to compete.**


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Posted by Morgan Nicole Dunlap on Wednesday, August 14, 2019


Monday:  INTRO to Tumbling for Beginner Tumblers: 6pm-7pm
Tumbling: 8pm-9pm

Tuesday:  Tumbling:  6pm-7pm
Mixed levels: 7:30pm-9pm

Wednesday:  Tumbling: 5pm-6pm and 7pm-8pm

Thursday:  INTRO to Tumbling 6pm-7pm
All Tumbling levels 7:30pm-9pm

**Kids under 7 will be placed in an intro to tumbling unless they are advanced.  Regular Tumbling classes are 1 hour of strenuous drills and skill and are not ideal for most athletes under age 7. Beginners that do not have cartwheels, round-off, handstands, forward rolls to stand and bridges must be in Intro to Tumble classes only.**


The goal of our homeschool program is to make gymnastics an accessible way for children to explore movement, fitness and physical activity while maintaining a fun, positive environment. We seek to promote gymnastics as an avenue towards a healthy and active lifestyle.

We know a lot of thought went into your decision to homeschool your child, and your ultimate goal is for him or her to receive a top-notch, tailored education with the added benefit of spending more time together. Our goal is to contribute to your child’s academic experience by providing a means of superior physical education.

Homeschool (ages 5–7): 1 hr/week Homeschool (ages 8 and up): 1 hr/week

Classes are not offered in the summer.  Please call the gym to register for the next session! 336-610-4742

We Are Cheer Craze All-Stars

Cheer Craze All Stars continues to be a leader in the All-Star industry as a D2 gym member with the USASF. We are in the top 10 D2 gyms in the nation, holding 4 D2Summit Championships and several top 10 finalists.

We continue to push the boundaries in our industry and represent the small town of Asheboro, NC.  We pride ourselves in being trendsetters and providing quality instruction in a small family environment. We may arrive unknown, but we leave unforgettable!

It is our mission that each athlete will develop socially through practice and competition, physically through hard work, and psychologically through increased self-confidence, self-esteem, and emotional maturity.

About Us

What exactly is All-Star Cheerleading?

All-Star cheerleading is a sports activity that combines elements
of tumbling, dance, stunting, and traditional cheerleading skills
such as jumps and arm motions.

How are the teams configured?

Teams consist of up to 38 athletes performing fast paced,
exciting, and professionally choreographed 2½ minute routines
set to music.

Teams are set up by age-group and skill.  For a general rule of
thumb: CCA offers Prep teams and Elite teams; so there is a
team for everyone!

 Tiny Level teams consist of ages 5-8 years old.
 Youth Level teams consist of ages 5-11 years old.
 Junior Level teams consist of members 7-14 years old.
 Senior Level teams consist of ages 12-18 years old.
 Senior Worlds Division teams consist of ages 13-18 years old. 
 Open Worlds Division teams consist of ages 12-Adults

Teams compete at 6 difficulty levels ranging from level 1 for
beginners, up to level 6 for athletes with advanced skills. Our
training goal is to help kids progress through all 6 levels in a safe
and confident manner.  It is normal and recommended for athletes
to do more than one year on a level to be successful and well

How often do you practice and compete?
 All-Star teams compete against other All-Star gyms from across
the region and the country between November and May each
year, with most teams attending between 5 to 7 competitions.

 Team schedules can vary. Teams practice 2 days a week for an
average of 1 to 3 hours each practice. The season runs from
tryouts in June until the last competition in April or May. 

All-Star is also a co-ed activity and is great for boys as well as
girls. Some teams compete exclusively in co-ed divisions and
some in all-girl divisions.  We have many boys that play football
for high school and continue to cheer in colleges around the
 All-Star teams are great for developing healthy nutrition,
flexibility, coordination, time management, self-confidence and
self-esteem as well as developing positive life skills, personal
values, sportsmanship and teamwork.