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Woden Valley GymnasticsTRAMPOLINE SPORTS

at the TUGGERANONG MULTI-SPORT FACILITY

SOWARD WAY, TUGGERANONG

 

 

Are you looking for a safe and fun sport that will have your child reaching for new heights?

Trampoline Sports is the perfect sport to teach your child safe and developmentally sound aerial skills, whilst also developing co-ordination and body awareness.

Trampoline Sports

    • Develops confident body movement, both on and off the ground
    • Builds strength and prepares the body for challenges in life
    • Challenges the mind and body to reach new goals
    • Develops posture and agility, including the ability to land safely
    • Is conducted in safely equipped environments with accredited coaches

Give your child the right start in life. Let them experience Trampoline Sports and watch them bounce their way to a happier, healthier life.

Woden Valley Gymnastics Club

The Woden Valley Gymnastics Club (WVGC) uses the Tuggeranong Archery Club (TAC) Multi-use Facility to conduct Trampoline Classes.  The Trampoline Program is administered by Club so all bookings, fee payments and competitions are managed by the Club Manager in our Front Office.  Contact details are:

Telephone:    (02) 6287 4121

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Web site:        http://www.wodenvalley.net

Class Details

Class timings at TAC Multi-sport Facility, in Soward Way, Tuggeranong are:

Tuesday        6:15pm - 7:15pm    Recreational class
Tuesday        7:00pm - 9:00pm    Competition class

Thursday      6:15pm - 7:15pm    Freestyle class
Thursday      7:00pm - 9:00pm    Competition class

All our classes are taken by experienced coaches who are accredited through courses designed by Gymnastics Australia and which are approved by the Australian Sports Commission.

Our Recreational classes teach basic skills on Trampoline and Double Mini-Trampoline (DMT).  In the process, they teach spatial awareness while improving co-ordination, strength, balance, flexibility, agility and hand-eye co-ordination.  They are inclusive of all levels of fitness, ability and capability and all lessons begin with an aerobic, strength-based warm-up and end with a structured cool-down and stretch.

Our competitive gymnasts represent WVGC when they compete in ACT and inter-State competitions. They then represent the ACT at National competitions. In 2013 there were two ACT representatives at the Australian National Championships, one of whom won the silver medal on Double Mini-Trampoline.

Trampoline Detail

Individual Trampoline consists of an individual competitor performing two routines on the trampoline. These routines consist of a 1st voluntary (compulsory elements) and a 2nd voluntary routine (optional skills).

In most competitions, skills are performed from ten contacts with the bed, starting the routine and ending the routine on the feet. Skills range from aerial shapes (tucks, pike and straight bounces) to multiple somersaults with twists. Skills receive difficulty points according to body position, the degrees of rotation and twist executed. The second voluntary routine also consists of a combination of ten consecutive different skills. The competitor selects the skills. This routine is judged on the performance and a degree of difficulty score is added to this total.

Competitors will use a combination of ten different skills that can see the world’s best athletes performing a combination of double and triple somersaults with multiple twists, performed at heights of up to 8 metres above the ground, to show-case the aesthetically pleasing and awe inspiring rebounding sports spectacle of trampoline. Both routines are awarded a “Time of Flight” bonus. Routines are timed either manually or electronically. The longer the ‘time of flight’, time spent in the air, the higher the points bonus awarded to the routine and the time (in seconds) will be added onto the score for that routine.

Synchronised Trampoline Detail

Synchronised Trampoline is judged the same as individual trampoline but there are two competitors bouncing on separate trampolines. Competitors are marked on how well they stay synchronised with each other. The routines that they perform must be identical and if either competitor performs a different skill or even the same skill in a different position the routine stops at that skill and they will receive a score for the part of the routine performed before the error.

Double-Mini Trampoline Detail

Skills are performed on a Double-Mini Trampoline (DMT). Two skills are performed in   sequence, either as

    • Mount skill and dismount skill over a ‘penalty zone’ (area between the sloping and flat bed); or
    • Spotter skill (skill performed on the flat part of the bed ‘on the spot’) and then a dismount skill.

Competitors perform two different passes consisting of two skills in a preliminary round and another two passes for finals. No skills may be repeated on the same section of the DMT in these four passes or no degree of difficulty will count for that skill.

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