Mazeika's Elite Gymnastics
The gym will be closed May 25th-27th in observance of Memorial Day.
The gym will also be closed for maintenance Tuesday, June 4th through Friday, June 7th
RETURNS SEPTEMBER 6TH!
WE ARE NOW REGISTERING FOR SUMMER GYMNASTICS, CHEERLEADING, AND TUMBLING CLASSES AND SUMMER CAMP!
Summer Gymnastics Camp
Click HERE for more information.
Please contact the front desk for more information!
For Mazeika's Elite Members & Families
AIRROSTI STOPS PAIN SO PAIN DOESN'T STOP YOU!
Airrosti rapidly repairs soft tissue injuries and eliminates pain
(without surgery)-so you can quickly get off the sidelines and back in
Our goal is to make a dramatic impact on the first visit and resolve
most pain or injuries in an average of 3 visits (based on prior
- Ankle Sprain
- Gymnast's Wrist
- Osgood-Schlatter's Disease
- Knee Sprain
- Shin Splints
- Shoulder Injuries
- Low Back Pain
- Bicipital Tendonitis
- Achilles Tendonitis
- And Many More!
FOR INFO AND VIP SCHEDULING, VISIT: AIRROSTI.COM/MAZEIKA OR CALL 800-404-6050
Kevin Mazeika with 2011 Men's World Team, Bronze Medal Winners. Tokyo, Japan.
2010 USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame inductee
Kevin Mazeika. Mazeika, a native of Houston, began coaching menís gymnastics in 1984 and has served on the National Team Coaching Staff since 1988. He has coached at more than 35 international competitions and has been head or assistant coach at 15 international team events. While he was serving as head coach, the U.S. Menís Team recorded some of the USAís most successful performances in recent history. For the first time, the U.S. men won team medals in back-to-back Olympic Games Ė silver in 2004 and bronze in 2008, representing the U.S. menís best Olympic team finishes since they won the team gold medal in 1984. 2004 was the menís first team medal in a non-boycotted Olympics since 1932. Mazeika also was the head coach for the 2007, 2003 and 2001 World Championships Team. The U.S. men earned the team silver medal at both the 2001 and 2003 World Championships. Prior to 2001, the men had not won a world team medal since 1979. Mazeika, who was named the U.S. menís national team coordinator in December 2009, was the menís program manager at the Houston Gymnastics Academy and owner of Mazeika's Elite Gymnastics. He was the personal coach of two Olympians, seven World Championship team members, a world champion, nine World Cup medalists, 52 national team members and 33 national champions. Mazeika is married and has two daughters.
For more complete information, log on to www.usa-gymnastics.org.