From helping your child burn off some extra energy to inspiring them to finally throw their back tuck, our job is to teach proper tumbling form and confidence. With our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, as well as passionate and knowledgeable tumbling coaches, your child is always set up for success. We teach the dedicated cheerleader and the tumbling enthusiast alike, so don’t worry if cheerleading isn’t your child’s pastime. We would be delighted to have them in our tumbling classes regardless. Be sure to check back often for tumbling conditioning, strengthening, and flexibility tips.

  1. Preparing for Your First Tumbling Class

    Whether you’re a parent looking for a new athletic activity for your child or a high schooler ready to learn the basics of tumbling before cheer tryouts next season, we are happy to have you here. Tumbling is an exciting activity that translates into all areas of life. Tumblers develop stronger muscles, incredible flexibility, and unparalleled body control. However, it takes some time to develop…Read More

  2. Being Good vs Being Great at a Tumbling Skill

    You’ve been working hard for months on getting your new tumbling skill. Finally, it happens! You landed safely without a spot, and you are ready to start throwing the skill in your routine — or so you think. Unfortunately, just because you’ve landed something once does not mean you’ll be able to do it at any time. Today, we are going to examine what makes a tumbling skill permanent. Learn …Read More

  3. Overcoming a Tumbling Mental Block

    As we get closer to tryouts, athletes have started coming into the gym more and more to achieve new skills and perfect the ones they already have. While we love seeing all the hard work and energy, we sometimes see athletes all of a sudden encounter a mental block. Even if you have never experienced a mental block yourself, it’s totally normal — frustrating, yes, but normal. In this post, we w…Read More

  4. The Most Important Tumbling Skill

    Kids come to us all the time saying they can’t wait to learn their back handspring...or learn their full. We know — no matter what level your child may be, they can’t wait to learn more! We encourage this sort of eager learning and positive spirit in our athletes, but only when safety is kept in mind as well. If our tumblers cannot complete their pass safely, we need to work the basics again…Read More

  5. Middle School Training Camp Conditioning

    When it comes to preparing for cheerleading tryouts there are 5 key areas cheerleaders should focus on.  Just like a puzzle, when cheerleaders fail to focus on all the pieces of the puzzle they often get an incomplete picture; or worse, end up getting injured.   The five key areas your athlete should focus on are: jumps, motion technique, stunts, tumbling, and the most important part of the puz…Read More

  6. 5 Key Stretches To Help You Become a Powerful Tumbler

    5 Key Stretches to help you become a powerful tumbler Have you ever watched and wondered how some people become amazing tumblers?  Well at MGA Cheer Extreme, one of the tips we like to share is that shoulder flexibility, is what gives you the speed, power, and technique required for the higher level skills.  Flexibility is something that you can improve at home, and can even be done while watchi…Read More

  7. Understanding Tumbling Progression

    Whether your child is a tumbling expert by now or they’ve never attempted a forward roll, MGA Cheer Extreme is here to help. Many parents aren’t sure how tumbling progression works when they first enroll their child in tumbling classes. How long should it take for their athlete to learn a back handspring? When will they be ready to move up to another level? We are here to answer some of the mo…Read More