TAGS Gymnastics offers classes for walkers all the way through age 17. This allows us an opportunity to help develop the minds of children and teens who participate in our program, and that is a responsibility we take seriously! TAGS is dedicated to being the home of fun, fitness, and friends. Here are some ways we strive to be a positiveContinue reading “Shaping Healthy Minds”
Author Archives: Tess Milczark
Spotlight On: Tots & Minis (Ages 3 & 4)
The Tot and Mini classes at TAGS Gymnastics are designed with the 3 and 4 year old brain and body in mind! At TAGS we know that 3 and 4 year old children are filled with boundless energy and learning potential, so we provide classes that coordinate specifically with age and ability to maximize the physicalContinue reading “Spotlight On: Tots & Minis (Ages 3 & 4)”
I Got the Medal, but He got the First Hug.
Originally posted on Get Psyched!:
When I competed in the 1992 Olympics we had a team of six members. There was me, Shannon Miller, Kim Zmeskal, Betty Okino, Dominique Dawes, and Kerri Strug. Kim, Kerri, and Betty were coached by Bela Karoyli. Dom was coached by Kelli Hill. Shannon was coached by Steve Nunno and…
TAGS Spring Progressive Meets are Around the Corner!
Spring is an exciting time at TAGS as our staff and students begin preparations for the Progressive Meet! All students who participate in the Progressive Program or Trampoline & Tumbling Program and are registered for the Spring Session are eligible to register for and compete in the annual TAGS Spring Progressive Meet. Students learn a routineContinue reading “TAGS Spring Progressive Meets are Around the Corner!”
TAGS Boy’s and Girl’s Teams Find Success at Regionals!
The TAGS boys and girls competitive teams had an awesome showing at their respective regional championships last weekend! The TAGS South and TAGS Eden Prairie girl’s teams competed in Green Bay, WI, while the boy’s team from TAGS South traveled to Milwaukee, WI. There were some great finishes for the TAGS South girls with NatalieContinue reading “TAGS Boy’s and Girl’s Teams Find Success at Regionals!”