On top of our entry-level standard courses, we hold monthly training for our coaches to stay fresh with new techniques and safety protocols.
- U100: Fundamentals of Gymnastics Instruction
- U101: Safety and Risk Management
- U110: SafeSport Refresher (each year)
- U112: Tough Coaching/Emotional Abuse
- U113: USAG SafeSport Policy Course
- U201: Concussion Education
After graduating, Matt became Head Cheer Coach of Claremore High School for 4 years, Head Cheer Coach at NEO A&M for 4 years and Head Cheer Coach at RSU for 4 years. He then broke his 4-year spell by coaching at Elite Gymnastics for 9 years as Gym Director and Head TnT Coach (this is where he met his lovely wife, Rose).
Matt has coached for 20 years since the age of 14. He has experience coaching Women’s Artistic Gymnastics, school cheerleading, All-Star Cheer, and Trampoline and Tumbling. He has coached many State, Regional and National Champion athletes between all sports.
Currently, Coach Matt is the Head Coach for the Trampoline and Tumbling (TnT) program. He is also the Oklahoma State Chair for TnT. He spends some of his weekends working for Rockstar Championships. With any remaining free time, he serves as the Head Janitor at Airbenders.
Coach Matt is achieving his dream of owning his own gym. He loves interacting (goofing off) with all the athletes, helping them achieve new skills and seeing them gain confidence as they get better.
Casi has been the owner and coach of the TOS ALL Stars since 2001. During this time, she coached Owasso High School cheer from 2003-2007 and has worked with the Future Owasso Rams Program since 2005.
Brittany also serves as our print and media go to person. She is very creative when it comes to designing marketing materials and social media posts. She received her Bachelor’s of Science Agricultural Communications from Oklahoma State University. Go Cowboys!! When she is not at the gym or coaching high school cheer, you can find her enjoying activities like photography, eating Mexican food or watching her children rodeo and play sports
*Fun Fact: on Season 13 of American Ninja Warrior, the Challenge Producer gave Sam the nickname to use on set “Sam the Night Man” for working until sunrise and the crew refused to call him anything different.
Coach Hudson loves teaching kids, he loves fitness and loves ninja. He is a member of the UNAA (Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association) and spends many of his weekends competing. He qualified for Worlds in Season 5 and plans to win it this year! A big passion of his is getting kids motivated to workout, be strong, and have fun doing it. Ninja is the perfect sport to see all of that happen!
Amber received both her Bachelor’s Degree in Arts and Master’s in Science from Northeastern State University. Amber has worked in the mental health field for 14 years, serving children between the ages of 10 and 19. Amber began her experience in this field working with adolescents on probation before moving into the school and family counseling setting. She has provided supervision for interns coming into this field as well as conducted trainings on suicide prevention, de-escalation, and bridging the gap with counseling in schools. Amber works closely with Magalassi Foundation (We Matter) for suicide prevention and has conducted QPR trainings within the schools for students and staff.
Amber has a love for cheer and tumbling. Due to her job and experience, she can more quickly spot when an athlete is getting frustrated and can step in to help them refocus or talk them through it. She loves watching the faces on the kids light up when they learn a new skill and loves seeing them just enjoying themselves.