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PBG regular schedule begins August 30
PBG regular schedule begins August 30

As summer ends, we shift into our regular schedule, which can be found by clicking on classes under the Info tab. For further information, send our Program Director, Fred Turoff, a message using the form on our Contact page or call 215-204-7452.

Jul 21, 2020

Success at the PA State Championships
Success at the PA State Championships

Our teams did exceedingly well at the PA State Championships. Both Level 4-1 and 4-2 won team titles, level 5-2 placed 2nd and level 6-1 also became champion. Individually, many won medals including all-around.

Mar 13, 2020

2021 FTI dates set
2021 FTI dates set

The 2021 Fred Turoff Invitational will be held February 19-21 at the Tork Club in Lincoln Financial Field. Entry information will be published this Spring. Come join the fun.

Mar 05, 2020

Why Gymnastics?

1. Gymnastics is the optimal foundation for any sport

Your child will develop an extraordinary level of fitness: strength, flexibility, speed, balance, body awareness, endurance, and much more. Whether or not your child wants to compete, these skills transfer well to any sport.

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Fred Turofff

During his 41 years as the head coach of the Temple Owls Men's Gymnastics Team, Fred Turoff produced 18 EIGL/ECAC title teams, 94 individual conference champions and 5 NCAA event champions. He retired as head coach after the 2017 season, and now serves as assistant to his former pupil, Jesse Kitzen-Abelson, who took over the head coach position in 2017-18. Fred started Philadelphia Boys' Gymnastics in 2003 as Temple University Boys' Gymnastics Team at Temple and moved the program to our current facility in 2015.

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How to Join PBG

Come train with us! Get in touch to arrange a free trial lesson. To join our team, please download and fill out the application and medical liability forms...

TUMG

The secondary mission of PBG is to support the Temple University Men’s Gymnastics team (TUMG). These two programs have always had a symbiotic relationship.

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