Please Welcome to the Summer Core Camp:

Betty Okino



  • Trained with Marta and Béla Károlyi.

  • Placed second in the all-around and won the balance beam title at the 1990 U.S. Nationals

  • Won silver medal with the American team at the Goodwill Games and finished fourth in the all-around and uneven bars finals.

  • Won a silver medal with the US team and a bronze on the balance beam at the 1991 World Gymnastics Championships

  • Won the 1991 American Cup. 

  • Won Olympic bronze medal with 1992 US team


Jason Gatson



  • Competed in his first World Championship in 1997 at the age of 17, where he placed 5th with team USA and 22nd in the all-around

  • Finished second in the 2003 US national championships 

  • Won a silver medal with his team in the 2003 World Championships and finished 8th and 7th respectively in the all-around final and still rings final

  • Won a silver medal with the 2004 US Men's Olympic team and scored 9.825 on his parallel bars routine, the highest score of the day on that apparatus


Betsy McNally



  • Graduate of Michigan State University

  • EFS/Chicago State University & ISSA Certified Sports Nutritionist

  • Former IFBB professional fitness competitor, taking home several titles.

  • She competed gymnastics in her youth, through level 10. And formerly coached level 10 with Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy. 

  • Catch her as a mentor on Nastia Liukin's Grander app. As well, as personal nutritionists to Laurie Hernandez.

Jermaine Rembert



  • Associate Choreographer of Disney New Musical Freaky Friday, The Goodspeed’s premier of My Paris (The Story of Toulouse-Lautrec), New York City Center premier of The Bandwagon

  • Dance captain and Associate Choreographer for Broadway and National touring  Companies of Memphis

  • ​Choreographer and teacher at Sun Valley Ballet School in Sun Valley, Idaho.

  • Performance credits include: Film/Television as well as the Broadway productions of Memphis, La Cage aux Follies, Oklahoma, Swing, All Shook Up, On the Twentieth Century, Funny Girl and Lindy Hop; Featured performer in Chance & Chemistry 

  • Other credits include: Chicago, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular(NYC), Will Rogers
    Follies(Gateway Playhouse), Camelot(Lincoln Center w/ NY Philharmonic)


Dianne Durham

  • First Black U.S. National All-Around Champion (1983)

  • U.S. Junior National All-Around Champion (1981, 1982)

  • USA Gymnastics Judge

  • Founder of Skyline Gymnastics in Chicago, IL


Nick Searcy

Former Ohio State Gymnast

Jen Horenziak

Personal Trainer
Current JO Judge
Former Stanford Athlete

Lexi Bradley

Sports Psychology

Apollonia Barrientos

Former Illinois State Gymnast & Floor Champion