American Gold Gymnastics

2001 17th Av S
Fargo ND 58103
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  • Mon: 8am-5pm
  • Tue: 8am-5pm
  • Wed: 8am-5pm
  • Thu: 8am-5pm
  • Fri: 8am-5pm

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About American Gold Gymnastics American Gold Gymnastics is a non-profit organization founded in 1983. We are comprised of the FM Acro Team, the AGG Competitive Team and the Recreational Class program. We are also home of the Fargo North, Fargo South, Fargo Davies and Moorhead high school gymnastics team programs. American Gold Gymnastics was built on the foundation that you can encourage and teach children to believe in themselves through quality gymnastics instruction, a mission that currently involves over 1,500 athletes. We have been a Member Club of USA Gymnastics since 2000 and have hosted the Special Olympics Gymnastics Summer Games since 1987. Our Vision To be a premiere provider of youth gymnastics programs in the Upper Midwest. We strive to help every gymnast soar to their full potential. Inspiring Dreams – Building Confidence – Achieving Excellence Our Mission To encourage and teach children to believe in themselves through quality gymnastics instruction. Core Values Fun Safety Professionalism Integrity Respect Excellence Personal Growth Benefits Of Participating In Gymnastics ALL children benefit from classes and participation in gymnastics. The areas listed below are a small sampling of the actual benefits from gymnastics. Many of the benefits of gymnastics are NOT related to learning gymnastic skills, but more importantly develop areas that will help your child become a better student and young adult. Gymnastics programs are not solely about creating gymnasts. ALL children, regardless of ability, should participate in gymnastics between 3-5 years to get the full benefit of what gymnastics teaches. Self Esteem & Confidence Through the challenge of learning gymnastics skills, the students gain confidence with each step that they take. Doing skills on the beam and bars helps them gain confidence in their own abilities. This improved self- confidence will transfer to other areas of their lives including school. Coordination Gymnastics instruction helps develop better coordination and body movement. For the young child, where their world is more physical than mental, a great deal of their self-confidence comes from how coordinated they are. Fitness Fitness is CRITICAL to the current and future health of our children. Gymnastics classes are full of activities that will make your child more fit and help keep them healthy. Hard Work Ethic In gymnastics, kids have to earn the skills through hard work, we just can’t give them to them. This hard work shows them that the more they work the more they learn. Discipline There are rules in gymnastic classes and the teachers treat these rules as being very important. The more positive discipline the children receive the safer they will be. Flexibility Participation in gymnastics helps the athletes become more flexible, enhancing competency in other sports. Flexibility also helps limit injuries. Politeness We stress politeness in classes as the way to treat others. The teacher is polite to the students and the students are expected to act the same to the teachers and to their classmates. Social Skills Especially for the younger ones, gymnastics affords a weekly opportunity to learn about social skills like listening, following directions, taking turns, being quiet, respecting others and a lot more.