RGU gymnastics is a brand new sports club for 2015. The club was set up and is run by a committee who have a variety of gymnastics backgrounds including qualified coaches, current and ex-gymnasts from different disciplines, so there is sure to be someone here to help you with whatever your interest. Gymnastics is for everyone and we encourage anyone to come along! You can never have tried gymnastics in your life, be an ex-commonwealth competitier, fitness enthusiast or have a background in dance, don't worry if you cant touch your toes or do the splits, that's why you come along and develop your strength and flexibility to do it!

 

The gymnastics community isa great way to meet new people and we are always meeting up with other student clubs. Every year we go to competitions and training weekends to improve our skills, tryout new facilities and get to meet other gymnasts!

 

Training Venue:

Aberdeen Gymnastics Centre

 

Training Times:

Mondays: 20:30-22:00

Wednesdays: 13:00-15:00

 

 

Join the Club!

www.rgusport.co.uk

 

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