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What they have in common is a love of physical activity,
a fierce competitive spirit,
and the earnest desire to succeed.

Instruction from Mrs. Huggins

What they get in AT Jumpers is instruction and performance opportunities in synchronized rope jumping. They develop their movement vocabulary – the one common language spoken all over the world.
Music, beats, rhythm, interpersonal relationships, and teamwork –
all are integral parts of the AT Jumpers formula for success.

AT Jumpers - White House '02

The children combine discrete jump rope skills into choreographed routines of their own creation, combining music and movement into a single coherent presentation. This form of exercise is known to improve all areas of physical fitness, as well as critical thinking and problem solving.
Students must cooperate and work together to create, develop and display their talents.

Jumper doing a stunt

 

The fruits of their hard work have taken them far:
· Performances at local schools, community fairs, parades and public gatherings
· Local and regional competitions in Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina
· National and international competitions in Florida, Virginia, and Tennessee
· A performance on the South Lawn of the White House in June 2002 at the roll-out of the President’s National Fitness Initiative

AT Jumpers - White House

Their work has paid off handsomely – numerous top ten finishes at every competition level and in every age group as well as gold, silver, and bronze medals for individuals and double dutch teams at the national competitions.

 

Link to awards

 

Link to awards

 

Link to awards

GREAT
JOB!

 

Link to awards

 

GO
COUGARS!

 


 

 

 

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