J.E.T.S. opened in 2004 with the goal of providing a safe, fun, and positive environment for athletes of all ages, abilities, and aspirations. Immediately after opening the gym doors, J.E.T.S. began making a positive impact on the Rochester community. ┬áJ.E.T.S. has impacted over 10,000 athletes since opening in 2004, and will continue to impact 1000’s more for years to come. All of the staff at J.E.T.S. strives to create the best experience possible, not just for the athletes, but for the entire family.

The Facility

J.E.T.S. is a 25,000 square foot facility. It is designed with your child’s fun and safety in mind.

Weight Lifting Class

Our Coaching Staff

The J.E.T.S. coaches are all carefully selected, highly motivated, energetic people who strive to make a positive difference in their students lives. All J.E.T.S. staff members receive focused hands on training in each specific program they instruct, in addition all staff continues to improve their education at our monthly staff meetings focused on coaching development.

  • 6:1 students to coach ratio for Preschool and 9:1 student to coach ratio for Recreational
  • Multiple coaches for every age and skill level
  • Highly experienced coaches
  • Safety and fun are the priorities in all programs


Classes That Are Fun!

There are several reasons why J.E.T.S is a great overall experience for your child. Listed below are just a few of the great reasons to enroll your child in J.E.T.S.

  • Improve balance, strength, flexibility and coordination
  • Enhances skill sets for other sports
  • A fun way to exercise
  • Develop social skills and build friendships
  • Teaches listening skills
Yoga Class

Find Others With Common Interests

  • Vault

    The vault is an artistic gymnastics apparatus on which gymnasts perform, as well as the skill performed using that apparatus. Vaulting is also the action of performing a vault. Both male and female gymnasts perform the vault.

  • Bars

    The uneven bars is an artistic gymnastics apparatus, used only by female gymnasts. It is made of a steel frame. The bars are made of fiberglass with wood coating. The bars are placed at different heights and widths, allowing the gymnast to transition from bar to bar.

  • Beam

    The balance beam is an artistic gymnastics apparatus, as well as the event performed using the apparatus. The beam is a small, thin beam which is typically raised from the floor on a leg or stand at both ends. The balance beam is only performed by female gymnasts. Beams are usually made of leather like material.

  • Floor

    In gymnastics, the floor refers to a specially prepared exercise surface, which is considered an apparatus. It is used by both male and female gymnasts. A spring floor is used in most competitive gymnastics to provide bounce.

  • Pommel

    The pommel horse is an artistic gymnastics apparatus. Traditionally, it is used by only male gymnasts. Originally made of a metal frame with a wooden body and a leather cover, modern pommel horses have a metal body covered with foam rubber and leather, with plastic handles

  • Rings

    The rings, also known as still rings, is an artistic gymnastics apparatus and the event that uses it. It is traditionally used only by male gymnasts, due to its extreme upper-body strength requirements. Gymnasts typically wear ring grips while performing on the rings.

  • Parallel Bars

    Is an apparatus used by male gymnasts in artistic gymnastics. Gymnasts may optionally wear grips when performing a routine on the parallel bars, although this is uncommon.