1. MGA Annouces Dates For It’s 2020-2021 Skill Evaluation

    MGA Releases Tryout Dates For It’s 2020-2021 Season!   MGA is excited to celebrate 25 years of making athletes #MGASTRONG!  While COVID-19 put a damper on last year's season, MGA is determined to make its 25th year the most successful season yet.  With the announcement from Governor Brian Kemp that Georgia will start to open back up for business, MGA released their skill evaluation inform…Read More

  2. 5 Keys To Help You Tumble Like Simone

    Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, and Michael Phelps all have one thing in common, they have mastered their craft.  If you want to tumble like Simone Biles or to become any other high caliber athlete, there are 5 key ingredients you will need.   It is no doubt that COVID 19 has changed our lives.  It has changed how we go to school, how we see our family and friends, and even how we train.  The one …Read More

  3. Are Private Lessons Worth It?

    We get asked all the time, “would private lessons help my son/daughter improve their skills?” To be honest, the answer is always a resounding “YES!” Tumbling classes and team practices are wonderful for developing your technique and growing as a team. However, if you’re ready to push yourself to your full potential, private lessons are absolutely the best choice. Sign up for a private le…Read More

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Focus on the FCB and You Will Become a Great Flyer- Letter C

    C stands for core!  When one says “core muscles”, most people think of their stomach, but in reality your core muscles are made up of several muscles that are broken up into stabilizer muscles and mover muscles.   Your core stabilizer muscles consist of your Transverse Abdominis, Internal Obliques, Lumbar Multifidus, Pelvic Floor Muscles, Diaphragm, and Transverse Spinalis.  Your mover mus…Read More

  7. 2020-2021- How Does MGA Decide Their Team Placements?

    As we get closer to our 2020-2021 skill evaluations, and we are so excited and proud that you have decided to become #mgastrong.  The purpose of this email is to give you all the information you will need for your athlete’s clinic day, as well as their skill evaluation date.   What to Wear   All athletes should wear athletic shorts, a full-length t-shirt or tank top, shoes that lace u…Read More

  8. 2020-2021-How To Determine Which All-Star Team Is Best For My Athlete

    I hope you are getting as excited as we are about kicking off MGA’s 25th season!  I hope you had time to read over yesterday’s email, but in the event that you missed it, simply click here to read all the valuable information.  Did you know that it pays to tell your friends about MGA? MGA will give you a $30 credit on your account for each friend that signs up for this year’s skill evaluat…Read More

  9. 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