Fast, Fun & Fantastic

Weston Aerobic Gymnastics Club was founded by Debbie Saunders & is the leading gymnastics club in Weston-super-Mare.

Weston Aerobic Gymnastics offers gymnasts of all ages and abilities equal opportunities to succeed to even the most highest of levels, by providing a safe, dynamic and positive environment. The family ran club has expert, Team GB coaches, a Performance sprung floor, multiple training rooms and a great club atmosphere for all.

The club has a record of excellence, winning medals at regional, national and international championships. With eleven gymnasts currently part of the British Squad, and two national coaches working at the club

There are classes all week during the day and evenings for all ages just click below to find out

Join The Club CLICK HERE

weston aerobic gymnastics 2018 gala evolution

Gala 2018 – Evolution

Weston Aerobic Gymnastics put on a fantastic display blending stunning gymnastics and acrobatics with dance. Don’t miss the show that makes sport an art.

Featuring world championships medalists and all their friends and teammates.

Early booking advised.

Tickets: £13 Child: £8

BOOK HERE

About Aerobic Gymnastics

Aerobic gymnastics is a competitive sport originating from traditional aerobics in which complex, high-intensity movement patterns and elements of varying difficulty are performed to music. In addition to aerobics, it combines elements of acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and oftentimes artistic gymnastics along with music, dance and choreography.

Performing Aerobic Gymnastics

  • The performance area is 7 metres (23 ft) square for juniors or 10 metres (33 ft) square for adults and for aero dance. Performers fit into divisions: junior divisions, made up of primary and secondary teams; novice divisions, including individual men and women; intermediate divisions made up of individual men and women, mixed pairs and trios; and elite divisions including individual men and women, mixed pairs and trios. A three-person team may be made of any combination of men and women in a trio. Step teams and general divisions also exist.

  • In International competition there are 7 different events: Individual Women, Individual Men, Mixed Pairs, Trios, Group (five athletes), Step and Dance (both eight athletes). The last four are regardless of the Genders of the athletes.

  • The performances are made up of the following elements: dynamic strength, static strength, jumps and leaps (power), kicks (dynamic strength), balance and flexibility. The routine must be performed entirely to music. Additionally, a maximum of ten elements from following families are allowed: push-ups, supports and balances/holds, kicks and splits, jumps and leaps. Some movements in other gymnastic sports (sport acrobatics, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, etc.) are now allowed, such as handsprings, handstands, acrobatic flips, and aerial somersaults this is the FIG (International) program.

More Questions Answered

What is aerobic gymnastics?

Aerobic Gymnastics is the perfect sport for active people with energy to burn. It involves performing high intensity movement patterns to heart pounding music; you can perform by yourself or join your friends in pairs and groups.​

Are your coaches qualified?

Are coaches have a minimum of level 1 standard coach training with British Gymnastics. We have two Level 5 coaches (high performance). Within the club we also have some older gymnasts who are trained helpers working the younger groups.

Can we still join your classes after the term has started?

YES, anyone can start at anytime, as long as we have spaces in the class we ask you just pay for the first 2 sessions at reception, then switch you to a payment plan normally by Bank Transfer

Can parents watch?

We have special ‘open curtains’ events where the team can show off the gymnasts skills to the parents, carers and family, these will be listed on the club Facebook and newsletter, the normal training is closed to parents for safety.

What is your ratio of children to coaches?

The amount of coaches will depend on the age groups, number of children and level of class. We try to encourage the older gymnasts to help out with the new and younger ones where appropriate.

What do we do if a child is not happy?

We have a set guideline for issues of any sort see the information page for the details of our welfare officers and club manager

We have a page about this HERE

Contact

Our Club is a multi use hall with studio, offices and meeting space over 2 floors we are always looking for ways to improve the club so if you think you might want to hire or make use of our club please get in contact, we already have Debbie Saunders Workouts and ITS Technical within the building.

For more information on the club or renting our spaces please call.

Business & Potteries Centre Contact 01934 620240 (Answer Phone Only)

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Other Activities at The Potteries  (Not Ran by Weston AGC)

Parkour / FREE Running – Friday Nights – See their Facebook page HERE