Competitive Women's Artistic Gymnastics
Competitive women's artistic gymnastics is an Olympic sport featuring four events; vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor. Salto benefits from the strong gymnastics culture that exists in Alberta and is proud to be a part of such a strong community. Athletes in the women's artistic program generally train twelve to twenty-two and a half hours per week depending on skill level, and compete provincially usually attending one travel event outside of Alberta.
Pre-Competitive Women's Artistic Gymnastics
The pre-competitive women's artistic gymnastics program is designed to build a passion and love for young athletes ages six to eight. Basic skills are developed and fostered build a strong foundation for more advanced gymnastics later on. Athletes in the pre-competitive program generally train six to twelve hours per week and are also introduced to competition.
Head Start - Intro to Women's Artistic Gymnastics
Head Start is a program designed to prepare young girls ages four to seven for competitive women's artistic gymnastics. The program strives to build fundamental movement patterns in young aspiring athletes to equip them with the foundational motor skills needed to succeed in gymnastics. The program is by invitation only and holds assessments twice per year; once in the spring and again the fall. Head Start trains four hours a week and are introduced to competition.
Competitive Men's Artistic Gymnastics
Men's Artistic Gymnastics is an Olympic sport featuring six events: Vault, parallel bars, high bar, floor, rings, and pommel horse. The men's artistic program generally trains nine to twenty hours per week and competes provincially.
Men's Developmental Gymnastics
The developmental men's artistic gymnastics program is designed to build a passion and love for gymnastics in young athletes ages six to eight. Basic skills are developed and fostered to build a strong foundation for more advanced gymnastics later on. Athletes in the developmental program generally train four to six hours per week and compete locally.