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Jocelyn Allan

Warde Allan TumbleTek

Jocelyn is Co-Owner and Director of TumbleTek, Jocelyn has over 30 years of tumbling, gymnastics and cheerleading experience. Jocelyn works for the BYU Athletic Department as the Head Coach of the 3 time National Champion and nationally ranked BYU Cheer Squad. She has served on the judging circuits for high school, college and all-star cheer competitions in Utah, Arizona, California, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada and Washington. She has served as a head judge for multiple national qualifying events and judged the West Coast Cheerleading Championships at Disneyland and Universal Studios. She has been invited to judge the High School Cheerleading Nationals in Orlando, Florida, and has worked as a professional representative for Varsity Spirit Corporation in multiple capacities since 1997. Jocelyn was a head instructor for the Universal Cheerleaders Association and has travelled all over the country teaching cheerleading and tumbling to youth and high school students. Jocelyn was a four-year scholarship member and captain of the BYU Cheer Squad, where she continued to use her skills to develop youth cheer and tumbling camp curriculum for the University's sports camps. 

As a skilled choreographer, Jocelyn has choreographed championship routines for high schools and universities all over the western United States and Canada. She has always had a passion for tumbling technique and began her training in competitive gymnastics and dance at the age of 4. She is a two time UCA All American award recipient and has been invited to perform in New York City and London. Her tumbling passion led her into the field of coaching and she has enjoyed coaching tumbling and cheerleading since 1993. Jocelyn studied Human Development (Child and Adolescent studies) at BYU. Her love for coaching was enhanced by her studies in child development and she continues to love working with youth. Jocelyn is a certified instructor with USA Gymnastics and has also received several other certifications, including AACCA (American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators) safety certification, and ASFA (American Sports and Fitness Association).

Warde is Co-Owner of TumbleTek and also serves as an Assistant Coach of the BYU Women's Gymnastics Team.  He is passionate about helping others overcome obstacles, and  inspiring people to reach their full potential.  He lives by a personal philosophy of continuous growth and learning.  Throughout his life, he has been blessed with incredible examples and mentors who have helped him become the person he is today.

Growing up in Canada, Warde was involved in competitive gymnastics from a young age.  After hosting the 1988 Winter Olympics, his hometown offered abundant facilities and resources for young athletes, and a community that was actively engaged in the advancement of sport.  Warde attended the National Sport School and benefited from Calgary’s Olympic development program.  He enjoyed success at the highest levels of junior gymnastics competition, which led him to participate in the junior national program, and eventually, an opportunity to move to the United States to compete in NCAA Gymnastics.  He received an athletic scholarship to attend BYU, where he competed for four years and helped the BYU Men’s Gymnastics Team to achieve multiple top 5 placements at the NCAA Championships.

Warde Allan

Warde Allan

At each step of his athletic career, he was privileged to train under world class coaches and mentors, responsible for producing numerous national, world and Olympic medal winning gymnasts.  Warde paid close attention, absorbing the methods and practices of his coaches (Shout out to: Kelly Manjak, Tony Smith, Mako Sakamoto and Eugene Galperin).  He was particularly impressed by the emphasis they each put on developing a balanced person, who would succeed, not just as an athlete, but in life after athletics.  As Warde closed the athletic chapter of his life, his story shifted to focus on career success—attending law school and practicing corporate law in Canada and the United States.  As his story unfolded, its pages continued to be graced by incredible mentors who helped him to grow.

Warde’s legal career began with one of Canada’s most prestigious law firms, where he was thrust into the fast-paced world of mergers & acquisitions, and multi-billion dollar securities finance deals during the booming oil and gas market of the early 2000s.  After a few years cutting his teeth in Canada, he switched gears to join a Philadelphia-based law firm, where his practice shifted to international business transactions and securities finance in the budding technology sector.  For one year, he took on the title of Associate General Counsel at, where he helped guide Ancestry’s $1.6 Billion buyout by a European private equity firm, before returning to join his former law firm colleagues in private practice.  While he is grateful for the experience his legal career provided, he found himself yearning for something that sparked more passion.  He would eventually find that passion by leveraging his past experience with gymnastics and law to create new opportunities and benefit future generations.

In 2015, Warde and his wife, Jocelyn, founded TumbleTek Training Center out of a desire to create a place where kids could access quality instruction in a positive environment.  His knowledge, as a former gymnast, and the skills he acquired as a lawyer, have proved invaluable in launching and growing their tumbling gym; but this dramatic career shift has also inspired Warde to embark on a quest to expand his knowledge and skills.  He could aptly be described as a "gymnastics nerd" —searching high and low for sources of knowledge in gymnastics technique and effective coaching methods.  This journey has led him to complete numerous courses, read dozens of books, become an adjunct professor at BYU (teaching courses in beginning gymnastics), obtain certifications in strength and conditioning (including his CSCS through the NCSA, and Certified S&C Coach through the US Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association), consult with the US Ski & Snowboard High Performance Department regarding the implementation of gymnastics training for non-gymnasts, and join the staff of the BYU Women’s Gymnastics Team.

Today, he continues to oversee the operations of TumbleTek, while also serving as an Assistant Coach with BYU Gymnastics, where he is primarily responsible for coaching uneven bars (he previously held rolls as a vault/floor coach, and strength & conditioning coach).  In his spare time, he can be found supporting his three kids in their various activities and supporting his wife, as Head Coach of the BYU Cheer Team.

Nola Rawson

Warde Allan

Nola grew up as a swimmer but while living in Ohio her 8 year old begged and begged to do gymnastics.  She then became involved with teaching at her daughters gym which helped pay for the expensive sport of competitive gymnastics.  She has certified with numerous gymnastic coaches training programs and has built up years of experience perfecting her coaching skills.  Nola specialized in teaching the competition developmental programs where young advanced gymnasts were put on the fast track for elite skills. She moved to Utah in 1998, where she continued coaching children ages 18 months to 9 years old.  Many of her former students have gone on to become elite and recognize gymnasts including the well known Makenna Merrell Giles.  She was the program director at the gymnastics school where she worked for 18 years here in Utah.  She was in charge of creating the lessons plans for multiple gym programs and for making sure the theme weeks were always fun for the kids.  In total, Nola has coached gymnastics for 21 years and all of her students love her dearly.  Nola is a USAG coach who loves working with TinyTek students.  She continues to stress  the importance of a fun atmosphere while learning proper tumbling technique here at TumbleTek.

Sarah is a Certified Athletic Trainer, as well as a former level 10 gymnast and USAG certified coach.  She competed heavily in gymnastics for 13 years and has 10 plus years of coaching experience at gyms throughout the state of Utah.  Sarah’s passion for gymnastics, teaching, and caring for others led her to pursue a career in sports medicine.  She obtained a degree in athletic training from SUU and has been certified since 2013.  She is also a member of the National Athletic Training Association.  Sarah has been working as an Athletic Trainer for the BYU Athletic Department for the last two years. 


In addition to serving as one of TumbleTek's highly qualified tumbling coaches, Sarah is our primary resource for the initial assessment and care for any injuries that may occur during TumbleTek classes.  Sarah is also available to work with students, on an appointment basis, to provide injury prevention, treatment and rehabilitation services right here at TumbleTek's facility.  Sarah loves coaching tumbling and is thrilled to be partnering with TumbleTek to provide sports medicine services.  Sarah cares about her athletes and loves helping people recognize their potential, make improvements, and optimize their health.

You can learn more about Sarah's Sports Medicine services by clicking on the "Sports Medicine" tab at the top of the page, or by calling (801) 676-9040.

Sarah Huppi-Campbell

Baylie grew up in Sandy Utah, competing at a competitive level for 10 years at Olympus Gymnastics under Mary Wright. As a level 9 gymnast she he held numerous state titles as well as placed 7th in the nation at the Western Level 9 Championships. She competed as a level 10 gymnast for 5 years and won multiple state titles and qualified for the Jr Olympic National Invitational Tournament in 2009.  She also qualified for the Junior Olympic Level 10 National Championships in 2012! After her club career, she moved onto college gymnastics. At SUU she competed on a full ride gymnastics scholarship, earning the WAC Academic All Conference Achievement award.  Baylie graduated from SUU with a bachelors degree in Exercise Science. After college she became a USAG certified coach and pursued her love of gymnastics through coaching at TumbleTek.  She has a passion for helping kids realize the potential and the capabilities that they have within themselves through tumbling. 

Baylie Divino

Jaime Ogle

Jaime Ogle- Jaime started tumbling at the age of 5.  She did gymnastics at Rocky Mountain Gymnastics under the direction of Missy Marlow. Her relatives opened up a competitive cheer program and after a elbow injury that caused limited mobility, she transitioned to competitive cheer. Jaime learned quickly and by the age of 9 she was performing elite skills and competing on a level 5 team. She competed at The Cheerleading Worlds  9 times and her senior year won the Bronze medal in the Small Coed 5 division against 89 other teams. This same year she was awarded the USASF scholarship which is given to athletes who excel not only in the sport but in academics as well. She won several national titles in her 16 years an All Star cheerleader. She coached all levels (1-5) for 6 years. After High School Jaime joined UCA and taught summer camps all across the country. She was also a member of the BYU cheer squad all four years and competed at UCA College Nationals nationals with the team every year. Her junior year she competed in Australia and won an international title as well as the high score for the entire competition. Jaime is AACCA certified and USAG certified. She has been a part of the Tumble Tek family for 2 1/2 years and loves spotting fulls and working with all of the amazing athletes. She recently graduated from BYU and is the assistant cheer coach at BYU along side Jocelyn Allan.

Abbey Hendricks

Abby Haws

Adrianne Redd

Amy Bartholomew

Anna Liljenquist

Avery Bennett

Baylie Ward

Dasia Sanders

Destri Lee

Emily Adams

Helody Cyrenne

Kailey Gardner

Kylie Doxey

Kylie Wood

Lauren Campbell

Leighton Davis

Sayre Stewart

Shaylin Dresson

Travis Carter

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