Midwest Ice Center provides the highest quality instruction to athletes of all ages and abilities.
There are four events in women’s gymnastics — vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise. Women’s gymnastics is one of the most beloved sports in the Olympic Games. Every four years a new star is born as the Olympic all-around champion is crowned. Mary Lou Retton, Carly Patterson, Nastia Liukin, Gabby Douglas and Simone Biles all achieved this prestigious title! This discipline requires incredible strength and flexibility. Although most sports have seasons, gymnastics is a year-round commitment for athletes at the upper levels.
The Midwest staff consists of highly qualified, energetic, and world renowned coaches, former college cheerleaders, and award winning choreographers. Our staff will be happy to develop a customized training program to best fit your squad’s needs. Our staff members will assist you in meeting your team’s goals. Whether it be technique, tumbling, stunting or a combination of all, Midwest will customize a cross training program for you and your cheerleaders!
Midwest Dance Program provides instruction and opportunities for advancement and growth in dance and in life! It is for all levels of dancers who want to learn, progress, compete, be successful on school teams, and further their career in college and beyond. In addition, all faculty and staff do their best to keep Midwest a peaceful and fun entity to belong to.
Midwest Training offers One and Two Hour Tumbling Classes for all skill levels! Classes are divided up , based upon skill levels to better assist each and every Midwest athlete.
Trampoline and Tumbling
Trampoline & tumbling include four events within the program – trampoline, power tumbling, synchronized trampoline, and double mini – trampoline. Both men and women can participate in all four events. Some gymnasts will choose to focus on just one area; however, it’s possible to participate in all four events.
Recreational Parkour / Warrior Zone
Our Warrior Zone classes teach the fundamentals of Parkour & Free Running in an obstacle course-style training program. Athletes begin by learning techniques for safety, jumping and climbing and increase into more acrobatic movements and obstacle courses with more height and variation.