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we-re-hiringFull-Time Coaching Positions Available

We are a successful gymnastics, tumbling and trampoline club in Mason City, Iowa, with programs for kids from 2-18 years old, and from beginners to competitive levels.

31,000 square feet facility with 24,000 square feet dedicated to gym space, generously sized viewing areas, pro shop, and a full-sized dance studio. We moved to this location two-years ago, and are continuously expanding all areas and programs to grow in to this new location.

 Three Coaching Positions Available:

Tumbling Teams
Gymnastics Teams
All-Star Cheer Coach

These positions can be full-time or part-time, and we can structure this position to meet your needs.

Tumbling Team Coach; tumbling teams at all levels, USA Gymnastics T&T levels 3-10, and developmental tumbling teams.

Gymnastic Team Coach; Gymnastics teams at all levels, USA Gymnastics JO levels 3-10, and developmental Gymnastics teams.

Cheer Coach; Cheer teams at all levels as well as developmental and recreational cheer classes.

Additional duties could include; teaching recreational gymnastics/tumbling classes, pre-competitive, and competitive gymnastics.

Benefits of coaching competitive level teams include, continuing education opportunities, travel to competitions regionally, and nationally.

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Why are some people more successful than others?

By Brian Tracy

Why are some people more successful than others? Why do some people make more money, live happier lives and accomplish much more in the same number of years than the great majority?

I started out in life with few advantages. I did not graduate from high school. I worked at menial jobs. I had limited education, limited skills and a limited future.

And then I began asking, “Why are some people more successful than others?” This question changed my life.

Over the years, I have read thousands of books and articles on the subjects of success and achievement. It seems that the reasons for these accomplishments have been discussed and written about for more than two thousand years, in every conceivable way. One quality that most philosophers, teachers and experts agree on is the importance of self-discipline. As Al Tomsik summarized it years ago, “Success is tons of discipline.”

Some years ago, I attended a conference in Washington. It was the lunch break and I was eating at a nearby food fair. The area was crowded and I sat down at the last open table by myself, even though it was a table for four.

A few minutes later, an older gentleman and a younger woman who was his assistant came along carrying trays of food, obviously looking for a place to sit.

With plenty of room at my table, I immediately arose and invited the older gentleman to join me. He was hesitant, but I insisted. Finally, thanking me as he sat down, we began to chat over lunch.

Only 3% of adults have written goals and plans, and they earn more than the other 97% put together.

It turned out that his name was Kop Kopmeyer. As it happened, I immediately knew who he was. He was a legend in the field of success and achievement. Kop Kopmeyer had written four large books, each of which contained 250 success principles that he had derived from more than fifty years of research and study. I had read all four books from cover to cover, more than once.

After we had chatted for awhile, I asked him the question that many people in this situation would ask, “Of all the one thousand success principles that you have discovered, which do you think is the most important?”

He smiled at me with a twinkle in his eye, as if he had been asked this question many times, and replied, without hesitating, “The most important success principle of all was stated by Thomas Huxley many years ago. He said, ‘Do what you should do, when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not.’”

He went on to say, “There are 999 other success principles that I have found in my reading and experience, but without self-discipline, none of them work.”

Self-discipline is the key to personal greatness. It is the magic quality that opens all doors for you, and makes everything else possible. With self-discipline, the average person can rise as far and as fast as his talents and intelligence can take him. But without self-discipline, a person with every blessing of background, education and opportunity will seldom rise above mediocrity.

-- Brian Tracy

Parents Night Out! - Open Gym



Parents call it a break from the kids. Kids call it a break from their parents.

That sounds like a win-win situation to us.

Our Parents Nights Out lets you enjoy some adult time to see a movie, catch up with friends or enjoy a meal without—ahem—your pint-sized food critics in tow.

Meanwhile, your children get some quality “kid time” in a safe, fun, familiar place.

Parents Nights Outare scheduled on Saturday evenings from 6:30 - 9:30 PM. Spots fill quickly, so book soon for your win-win night off.

1st child $15,  $10 there-after for each child from the same immediate family.
Don 't forget Pizza and drinks will be provided!


Register online today by clicking here,


call Active Kidz Gymnastics at 641-423-8331.



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Every one can benefit from participation in a gymnastic program in the following ways:

  • It's fun and great exercise!
  • Physical fitness development - especially in the areas of strength, agility, and coordination.
  • Cognitive skill development - The gross motor development, laterality, and neural activity found in jumping and spinning facilitates learning by creating concrete operations in the developing child.
  • Life skills development - particiularly self confidence, teamwork, responsibility, friendship, and sportsmanship.
  • Accomplishment of goals - setting goals and working to achieve those.