is dedicated to building a strong program based on a solid foundation. We are a competitive Trampoline and Tumbling program that treats every athlete the same with the highest expectations. Our goals at ATB ATHLETICS are manifold, but our main focus is to positively impact young people physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually in the gym as well as continuing building champions in life.
Our Junior Olympic Trampoline and Tumbling Program is a United States Gymnastics Association sponsored program designed to provide developmental and competitive Trampoline, Tumbling, and Double-Mini opportunities and provide a pool of talented athletes for State, Regional, and National competitions. Our ATB coaching staff has coached and developed athletes in a team program for over 10 years and has over 20 years of training athletes in trampoline, tumbling and gymnastics. These athletes have gone on to compete successfully, winning championships at the State, Regional, and National levels.
We want your continuing impressions with ATB ATHLETICS to be even better than your first impression, so we promise to always strive to improve ourselves as individuals and the program as a whole. We will be honest about and learn from our mistakes, fair in our dealings, humble in our spirit, proud in our accomplishments, consistent in our purpose, and maintain our character of integrity and morals at all times. Our Trampoline and Tumbling program works out at our ATB Athletics facility at
What is Competitive Tumbling and Trampoline?
Competitive Trampoline and Tumbling is comprised of three disciplines – Power Tumbling, Trampoline, and Double Mini-Trampoline. Athletes can compete in one or all disciplines.
Power Tumbling – Power tumbling is performed on elevated spring runways that help tumblers propel themselves higher than a basketball goal as they demonstrate speed, strength and skill while executing a series of acrobatic maneuvers. Top-level contenders will perform explosive somersaults with multiple flips and twists.
Trampoline – International competition trampolines are larger and more powerful than those utilized in the early years and a far cry from the “backyard” models that are found today in most American suburban neighborhoods. These modern trampolines can propel trained athletes as high as 30 feet in the air during performances. During two competitive routines of 10 skills each, upper-level athletes can easily demonstrate a graceful array of double, triple and twisting somersaults. Synchronized Trampoline is a sub-discipline of trampoline. Synchronized trampoline demands the same athletic skill as individual trampoline, while adding the element of precision timing. Using two trampolines, two athletes perform identical 10-skill routines at the same time. In this most artistic event in the sport, each performs as a mirror image of the other, doubling the visual beauty of trampoline competitioN.
Double Mini-Trampoline – Double mini is a relatively new sport that combines the horizontal run of tumbling with the vertical rebound of trampoline. After a short run, the athlete jumps onto a small two-level trampoline to perform a rebounding trick immediately followed by a dismount element onto a landing mat. Double mini is similar in concept to springboard diving, using a mat instead of water.
2019-2020 Competition Schedule
|Meet & Host||Location||Session Schedule|
|August 19, 2019||CCISD School Starts||—||—|
|December 7, 2019||Jingle Bell Jump, Above the Bar Athletics||1318 Hwy 3 Suite C, League City||TBA|
|January 16-19, 2020||Dallas Cup, Eagle’s Wing Athletics||200 E Stacy Rd, Allen, TX 75002||TBA|
|February 14-16, 2020||Trevino’s Invitational||1438 S. Interstate 35 East Service Rd., Lancaster TX||TBA|
|March 6-8, 2020||Dare to Soar||Field House USA, |
6155 Sports Village Road, Frisco, TX
|April 17-19, 2020||State Championships, South Texas T&T||TBA||TBA|
|May 1-3, 2020||Regional Championships, Region 3 T&T||Ft. Worth Convention Center, |
Ft. Worth, TX
|TBA||National Championships Levels 8+, USAG T&T||TBA||TBA|
|July 9-11, 2020||National Championships Levels 5-7, USAG T&T||Salt Lake City, UT||TBA|