The president of Gymstars Gymnastics, Coach Gene Alexin started Gymnastics at age 15 and has over 40 years of experience. He's received many awards, including being inducted into the Region 8 Hall of Fame 2016. At the University of Memphis he was the first gymnast to receive a full scholarship!
Over 39 years of gymnastics experience with Christ Methodist Gymnastics, Harding Gymnastics, and University of Memphis Gymnastics. She's been awarded at as University of Memphis Gymnast and as a Driving Force for Successful Gymnastics Training Facility. She has a University of Memphis degree in Physical Education.
9 years coaching tumbling, 1 year coaching gymnastics, and 9 years of cheerleading experience lead to a UCA Division 1A 2013 National Championship.
Former Gymstar and Gymstar Alumni, Emily is a Level 10 Rated Judge, judged Regionals (L8-2016, Xcel-2016), Coach for Optional Team.
Cindy has over 20 years of experience as a gymnastics instructor, she is a private instructor, and she has a Level 10 daughter, Delaney Keck.
Graduated from Mississippi Statue, Mackenzie has over 15 years of gymnastics experience and is a Floor State Champion.
11 years of full gymnastics, Collegiate Gymnast at Centenary College, and receiver of the MIC Academic All-American award.
Daughter of Gene & Donna, she has earned Level 5 State Champion, Level 8 State Champion, and Regional State Gold Medalist, and so much more.
Another daughter of Coaches Gene and Donna, she has 4 years of gymnastics instructor experience as well as a Major in Engineering at the University of Memphis.
LeAnn has a unique ability to perfect dance skills and has true love and passion for the sport. She is a Gymstar Alumni member and knows how to make classes fun for kids.
Strong gymnastics instructing background, father of Jacqueline - current team gymnast- who was been received several regional and state awards.
4 years of gymnastics and dance experience, current student at University of Memphis.
2 years gymnastics instructor experience, CPR and First Aid trained, student at University of Memphis
Continually physically pushes the girls to increase both discipline and strength, with added benefits of agility and flexibility.