Corona Competitive Womens (WAG)
Corona Gymnastics competitive training focuses on an athlete’s physical, emotional and mental well being alongside their conditioning and skill development. Our dedicated coaching staff firmly believes that developing a womens competitive gymnast requires more than just elite gymnastics training, it requires comprehensive gymnast support. This means that our womens competitive gymnastics training is committed to the emotional support and development of gymnasts, alongside the high-level conditioning and development of their physical gymnastics capabilities.
Corona Gymnastics coaches are nationally certified, with years of coaching experience, and continued training. Many of our womens competitive gymnastics coaches are former competitive gymnasts and graduates of our womens competitive program. This means that they know exactly what goes into competitive gymnastics training and elite gymnastics competition. Come train with us and see why so many gymnasts choose us for competitive gymnastics in Ottawa.
Competitive Gymnastics Levels
|For gymnasts who aspire to compete at the world and Olympic level.
|For the elite gymnasts who competes at National and International meets. This represents a small percentage of competitive gymnasts.
|For Optional Gymnasts competing at the highest Provincial level.
|For Optional Gymnasts.
|For JO Compulsory Team Gymnasts. (Tier 1)
|For JO Compulsory Invitational Gymnasts. (Tier 2)
|Xcel-Bronze, Silver, Gold
|For Xcel Invitational Gymnasts
Competitive Gymnastics Training Philosophy
Corona Gymnastics is highly experienced in competitive gymnastics training. For several decades we have observed, and helped lead, the evolution of elite gymnastics. As more exceptional talent is developed around the world, competitive gymnastics has become increasingly physically and mentally demanding. Therefore, it is paramount that gymnasts have realistic expectations for their competitive gymnastics training and development.
Competitive gymnastics training is a tool that individuals can use to pursue excellence, and achieve rewarding personal growth. At Corona Gymnastics we give each competitive gymnast an equal opportunity to improve upon their abilities at the competitive gymnastics level that best suits their unique physical and psychological constitution. Our competitive gymnastics program is grounded in realistic expectations for high-level gymnastics competition and training. We continually evaluate our competitive gymnasts on a series of factors including age, body awareness, strength, flexibility, and personality. In this way, our coaches and staff aim to ensure each individual is matched to the level of gymnastics training that affords them the greatest opportunity at achieving personal excellence while maintaining personal health.
Competition and competitive gymnastics training at Corona Gymnastics in Ottawa, is governed by the rules and regulations set by Gymnastics Ontario (G.O.). The mobility of gymnasts from one level to the next is based upon rules put forth by this governing body. The dates and locations of competitions, gymnast skill evaluations, the composition of routines, and routine evaluations are also set by Gymnastics Ontario rules. “Gymnastics Canada Gymnastiques” (G.C.G) is the National Federation that oversees the development of elite gymnasts and their coaches. Competitive gymnasts at Corona Gymnastics will become familiar with these governing bodies.
Many thanks to the ongoing support of Overbrook Bingo / Capital Gaming & Entertainment Centre and the OLG. The Gaming Centre is open for business at full capacity and looks forward and eager to see new faces in the centre and of course the ongoing supporters too! Corona Competitive has worked hard to stay connected with our dedicated families and gymnasts and we will continue to grow the program. We are happy to have all of our competitive programs back up and running in the gym. We thank the OLG and Capital Gaming & Entertainment Centre for their ongoing support to amateur sports. Please visit their website and visit the Gaming Centre at 1150 Lola street.
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