Gymnastics Unlimited

Coach Boyle founded Gymnastics Unlimited in March, 1991.  He started in 1980 as a high school gymnastics coach in Estes Park, Colorado moving to various private clubs throughout Colorado and Minnesota.  After traveling internationaly learning how to train other coaches, Coach Boyle desired to start his own gym.  He has grown Gymnastics unlimited to be a passionate, caring, family environment: one of his pillars of a balanced lifestyle.

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Fun is the essential element. If you are not having fun doing something, you should really consider if you wish to keep doing it.  Gymnastics is wonderful for both mind and body – the feeling of soaring in the air, the rush of performing a complex routine well, the exhilaration of body control enabled by practice.  There are thousands of good feelings generated by body movement and exercise.  If “fun” is part of the process, it makes it even better!  Have fun moving your body.  Have fun advancing your skills.  Have fun with your teammates.  Have fun and you will do well.


If you choose to learn gymnastics, you confront real danger.  Tackling feats without appropriate control of your body can result in injury: broken bones or other consequences.  Discipline is essential and the key to being self-disciplined.  The G.U. instructors are well trained and careful with their students; they never encourage a student to go beyond a skill set they have not yet been trained in.  They advance students only when they are ready and not before.  Watching the results: upper level gymnasts performing amazing feats of agility and walking away unhurt and happily is a testament to discipline of mind and body that comes from long practice – the discipline required to be great.

jami boyle
liam madsen

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Making the team is a great feeling and participating in formal competition is a wonderful experience.  Practice pays off when you reach the “medal” stand and are recognized for achievement.  In competition you get many rewards: courage to perform in front of judges and an audience, exhilaration when rewarded with medals and applause, contentment when knowing you did your best.  A hard lesson can also happen: failure.  Failure is tough to experience but can often teach better than success.  As many champions know, it is the ability to get up and continue after failing that makes them stronger and better for the next time.  Additional advice to parents: if your son or daughter participates in competition and comes in last place, tell them this: “don’t worry about finishing last; you are better than all of the others who didn’t dare compete at all and sat on the sidelines… trying is far better than not trying at all" (then treat them to a healthy snack to make them feel better).

Gymnastics Unlimited Location

Take the 120th Street exit off of I-25 in Westminster/Northglenn
Go West on 120th toward the mountains
Go South on Huron Street
Go East on 115th Street
GU will be on Left Side of 115th Street at 525 W. 115th St.

Parking is available on both sides of the building or on the street
The front is reserved for drop-off/pick-up only

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