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Wildcard Gymnastics Team Tryouts

Jan. 8, 2014

Wildcard is seeking compulsory or optional gymnasts who have retired or quit gymnastics but miss the thrill of competition or the friendships developed from being on a team. Wildcard has a very different philosophy from other local gymnastics clubs and really wants gymnasts to get as far as they can in the sport of gymnastics. This gymnastics facility also has very family oriented, positive and nurturing environment where the gymnast isn't just a little robot but rather an individual who is capable of personal successes.



So if your child or someone you know was a competitive gymnast who quit because practices were too hard, gymnastics just wasn't fun anymore, the coaches were too mean, or the expenses were too costly, please come visit Wildcard Gymnastics. You can be assured that Wildcard isn't the typical gymnastics facility! Wildcard competes locally in USA Gymnastics competitions, AAU competitions, Xcel, and participates in community events and parades. Wildcard's gymnasts also get nationally and intentionally, having been to San Juan, Puerto Rico; the Cayman Islands; and Cancun, Mexico.


Wildcard Gymnastics is also looking for gymnasts for Boys' and Girls' Recreational programs. Girls or boys with minimal gymnastics experience may contact Wildcard Gymnastics to schedule a try-out.

If that isn't enough, Wildcard Gymnastics is also looking for adults who want to learn gymnastics or brush up the skills they know. Wildcard has Adult Gymnastics, Parkour, Tumbling and Trampoline, Birthday Parties, Field Trips, and more!

Wildcard Gymnastics is located in a fantastic 23,000 square foot facility right on the border of Wauwatosa and Brookfield. Visit www.wildcard-gymnastics.com for more information, online registration, photo galleries and more. Feel free to stop by the gym at 3545 N. 127th Street to take a tour of the gym or sign up in person. Wildcard is now enrolling for the Winter and Spring sessions which begin January 18. Many excellent classes are offered for babies through adult, as well as Open Gyms on Mondays and Fridays. Preschool Play Open Gym is from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Mondays and Fridays with a cost of $5. Friday evenings Wildcard offers Open Gym from 8:30 -10:00 p.m. The cost is only $10 and an additional $2 for pizza and soda. There is also Open Gym on Saturdays from 7:00-9:00 p.m. for $10 as well. Come have fun at Wildcard Gymnastics. Call 262-923-7418 or visit us at www.wildcard-gymnastics.com.

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