HAWAIIAN ISLAND TWISTERS GYMNASTICS
HITS is Open for Registration!
We no longer need to operate in an "open gym" format, so we will be going back to our normal instructed classes. Please see link below for our new class schedule.
All students will have to re-register for classes, all classes scheduled prior to our closure are no longer available. All enrollments will be on a first come, first serve basis.
There will be NO testing through the rest of 2020. Testing will resume in 2021.
Hawaiian Island Twisters (HITS), a qualified 501c(3) non-for-profit organization, was established in 1996. We are currently located in Central Oahu, near the Honolulu International Airport, in the Moanalua 99 building. Today, the facility is home to one of the most competitive gymnastics programs in the state of Hawaii. We welcome you to explore the sport of gymnastics and to become a member of our HITS ohana.
At HITS, we are dedicated to creating an energetic and fun environment while maintaining our focus of proper technique in all of our classes. With over 1,000 students currently enrolled we strive to ensure each and every student has a safe and positive gymnastics experience. We accomplish this through our versatile coaching staff, continuously improving facility, and our structured and dynamic recreational and team programs.
The 12,000 square foot facility consists of both a storefront Preschool Room and Front Office, as well as a large separate Main Gym area with a second gym floor.
The Preschool area contains equipment for introductory gymnastics skills, including introduction to the uneven bars, vault and beam, as well as mats to aid in the instruction of basic floor skills.
The larger Main Gym area is complete with both girls and boys gymnastics apparatus. These apparatus include an official size floor, 8 balance beams, uneven bars, parallel bars, still rings, vault, and pommel horse.
Also included for instruction are a tumble trampoline, three foam pits and a cargo net. The second official size floor was added in December 2010.