Competitive Programs offered at Dynamo:
Dynamo Gymnastics offers a thoughtfully developed model of progressive training programs in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics and Power Tumbling to help competitive gymnasts grow into strong, skilled and confident athletes.
Already established as one of the country’s most successful gymnastics clubs, Dynamo offers second-to-none training, ranging from pre-competitive developmental programs all the way to training for national and international competition. Dynamo is home to many of Canada’s top athletes, including London 2012 Olympic Victoria Moors and, with the recent addition of power tumbling, national champion titlists Jon Schwaiger and Jordan Sugrim.
Women’s Artistic Gymnastics:
- Invitational: provides opportunities to learn skills, technique and artistry and compete without pressure.
- Jr. and Sr. Pre-Competitive: designed to be an introductory level into competitive gymnastics, combining fun and fundamentals.
- Jr. and Sr. Elite Petite: gymnasts in this stream move beyond fundamentals to develop skills and artistry to prepare for competition.
- Compulsory (formerly Invitational): designed for still-developing gymnasts who are ready to begin preparing to compete in invitational competition.
- Optional (formerly Provincial): gymnasts in this stream focus on increasing difficulty of skills, building strength, clean execution and artistry and will compete in provincial qualifiers.
- National/Pre-National-Provincial: gymnasts in this level aim to compete at the highest provincial, national and international competition levels. Focus is placed on increasing difficulty in routines while emphasizing strength, execution and artistry.
Power Tumbling: Tumbling and Double-Mini Trampoline:
- Pre-Competitive: This program introduces athletes to the beginning steps of competitive tumbling sports.
- Provincial: This program focuses on provincial level competition and the developmental skills they encompass.
- National: These athletes are fighting for national titles and placement on the Canadian team.