USA Youth Fitness Center: Cheer-Tumbling-Dance to host grand opening

Posted by Kimberly Mickelson on April 13, 2012

USA Youth Fitness Center has expanded to offer more classes and personal instruction for children of all ages. The main center currently offers classes, camps and a variety of competitive teams and recreational classes to meet busy family schedules and encourage healthy, physical lifestyles in young children. With the completion of this design-build project by Eric Leibsohn & Associates, Ltd. and DECCA Commercial Builders, Inc., USA Youth Fitness Center will now encompass over 50,000 square feet of specialty youth sports space in two adjacent buildings.

The expansion will bring more than 130 additional parking spaces and state-of-the-art training equipment to the fitness center. Café USA will be serving everything from frozen yogurt and vanilla lattes to protein shakes and bars. The focus of the new coffee and yogurt shop is to provide healthy snacks that kids like so parents can eliminate a stop at the fast food restaurant between school and classes. Wall-to-wall laptop stations line the parent viewing area so that parents can use our Wi-Fi to catch up on emails while watching their children in the cheer and tumbling gym or 5 new dance studio rooms. USA Youth Fitness Center, Owner and Technical Director, Mike Naddour is very enthusiastic about the new facility. “The new space is specifically designed for tumbling, cheer, and dance. The additional gym gives us room for the growth we have been experiencing with our recreational and competitive youth programs. Our primary programs are cheer, tumbling, dance, martial arts, and both boys and girls gymnastics.”

USA Youth Fitness Center invites friends and family to a grand opening for the USA Youth Fitness Center II to be held Saturday, April 21, 2012, from 1-3 PM at 1500 S. Gilbert Rd., Gilbert, Arizona 85296. For more information, call (480) 926-1480 or visit

About USA Youth Fitness Center
Located in the east valley, USA Youth Fitness Center has been coaching and instructing youth sports for 28 years. USA Youth Fitness Center offers a variety of recreational and competitive sports classes for kids of all ages. Class offerings include Boy’s and Girl’s Gymnastics, Trampoline and Tumbling (T&T), Dance and All-Star Cheer programs for both recreation classes and competitive teams. They also offer Preschool gymnastics and dance classes and host birthday parties. For more information, call (480) 926-1480 or visit to learn more.

About Eric Leibsohn & Associates, Ltd.
Established in 1985, Eric Leibsohn & Associates, Ltd. provides quality professional architectural services for a wide variety of building types. Primary areas of specialization focus on commercial, office, retail, schools, industrial and manufacturing facilities, and tenant improvements. The principle architect of the firm, Eric Leibsohn, AIA, holds a Masters of Architecture degree from Tulane University. Mr. Leibsohn is a Registered Architect in Arizona and nationally certified by NCARB. For more information, call (480) 483-1101.

About DECCA Commercial Builders, Inc.
DECCA Commercial Builders, Inc. is part of the DECCA family of independently operated, family owned, general contracting corporations and is the contracting corporation that specializes in commercial construction. Commercial specialties include retail, office, industrial, manufacturing, educational, governmental, hospitality, renovations, and tenant improvements. DECCA’s experience, reputation and integrity span nearly three decades of building across the southwestern United States. DECCA offers a full array of services ranging from design/build and conceptual cost estimating to onsite construction management and dedicated customer service. For more information, call (480) 609-3066 or visit to learn more.

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