Gymnastics Coaches are typically employed in schools, government sports bodies and sporting associations with interests in developing students for competitive gymnastic sports.  Some are employed to coach national teams for Olympic gymnastic events.  They are responsible for designing the training regimen for students to have the discipline in mind and body to undertake the rigors of becoming a gymnast.

Gymnastics Coach Resume Template

Frederick A. Cartwright

Union St., Springfield, Illinois

Phone: (413) 253-5543


To work as a Gymnastics Coach for a college athletic team participating in state or national gymnastic competition

Summary of Qualification

  • Part of the Olympics team competing for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and 2000 Sydney games.
  • About 10 years experience as a gymnast instructor
  • Excellent medical and physical fitness
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills to handle a team of players

Career Experience/Job History

2002 – Present: Gymnastics Coach, Springfield Gymnast Training Center

  • Coordinate with the center faculty head to design and develop the training methodology and regimens for training competition grade gymnasts.
  • Conduct train the trainors program for new hires.
  • Provide assistance to physical therapists when requested.
  • Conduct and supervise gymnastic classes ensuring safety and optimum use of center facilities.
  • Ensure student attendance are in compliance with center’s rules and regulations.
  • Coordinate with civic and community sporting associations in staging local and state gymnastic competitions.


1990 – 2001: Gymnastics Training,  National Gymnastics Club, Boston University

1994 – 1997: High School Diploma, American River High, California

Professional reference will be furnished upon request