"We're not a team because we work together. We are a
team because we respect, trust, and care for each other."
The mission at Rebound West Gymnastics is to inspire, guide and support our gymnasts and staff to reach their maximum potential in a caring, challenging and safe environment.
We encourage individuals of all ages and levels in their pursuit of excellence in all aspects of gymnastics and personal growth, through everyday learning while inspiring the inner champion in all of us. “Our facility is not just about gymnastics, but to help young children develop confidence, friendships, and lifelong skills.”
Tiffany grew up in New Jersey at Rebound Gymnastics with her three younger siblings, her mother/coach and stepfather, Diane and Bob Farrell, who are the owners of Rebound, in New Jersey. Tiffany VanDusen’s love for gymnastics started at an early age. At age 6 she represented the United States in Moscow, training with Russia’s national team and coaching staff. Through perseverance, Tiffany progressed into the elite circle as one of the first 8-year old’s to make a National Talent Opportunity Program (TOP) Team and became one of the first gymnasts to qualify for a TOPs Team 4 years in a row.
Starting as a dedicated member of the US National at age 8, she then became a strong contender and started training for the 2000 Olympics. Unfortunately, her Olympic dream ended when she broke her ankle in November of 1999, but her love for gymnastics never wavered. Tiffany accepted a full athletic scholarship to Arizona State University in 2002 as one of the number one recruits in the country.
After completing her education, Tiffany opened Rebound West Gymnastics in August 2008, located in Scottsdale, Arizona. “My passion and love for this sport continued to grow in new ways when I ended my gymnastics career and started coaching. Giving back to our youth and being able to help young gymnasts not only from the coaching aspect, but also the mental side, as a former high-level gymnast is where it all came together for me. I knew I could help teach, inspire and guide our next generation of gymnasts to achieve their goals.”