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Christy Smith
    Christy Smith grew up in the Berks County area and graduated from Holy Name High School.  She went to West Chester University where she received a B.S. in Kinesiology-Teacher's Certification and a Minor in Adapted Physical Education.  She competed on the West Chester University Gymnastics Team and also coached gymnastics at a local club throughout her college years.  During her Senior year, Christy devoted her time to starting the Chester County Special Olympics Team.  Upon graduation, she taught health and physical education in the Avon Grove School District, then began coaching gymnastics full time.
    Christy has been coaching gymnastics for over 20 years in Berks and Chester Counties and coaches everything from tiny tykes to Level 10 team gymnasts.  She has coached many state, regional and national champions.  She was also chosen as the PA Special Olympics Head Gymnastics Coach for 2006 National Games in Ames, Iowa.    
    Christy is very excited to have the opportunity to coach at Stallone Gymnastics where she will continue to coach all levels of gymnastics including Special Olympics.  Christy and her husband Chad are the proud parents of Jaden and Austin.

    As an elite gymnast, Gina was a 4 time U.S. National Team member and an accomplished international competitor. Gina had the honor and privilege of representing the United States at the 1981 World Championships in Moscow.  She also competed in France, Australia, Holland, and Germany. As a coach, Gina has qualified numerous athletes to States, Regionals and Junior Olympic National Championships, including a 2016 Junior Olympic National Team member.  Gina has choreographed numerous beam and floor routines that have won first place at States, Regionals and Junior Olympic National Championships as well.  Gina graduated from Wyomissing High School, and was awarded a full gymnastics scholarship to the University of Florida. After college, she transitioned to become a nationally ranked gymnastics judge, choreographer, coach and regional balance beam clinician.  

    Marty trained at Indiana State University under the 1980 Olympic coach before transferring to the University of Massachusetts to pursue a degree in exercise science. In 2014 he was granted the title of Women’s National Coach by the U.S. Gymnastics Federation for having athletes qualify to multiple Junior Olympic National Championships, including JO National champions and a 2016 JO National Team member. Marty also has coached internationally in Puerto Rico, Canada, and in the United Kingdom as a Region 7 All Star Coach at the 2014 Alpha Factor Open is Melksham, England. In 2016, Marty again qualified an athlete to the Region 7 All Star Team.   As a Region 7 All Star Coach, he traveled to Hamburg, Germany for the 2016 Turnkunst International, which featured 24 teams from 15 countries.  The 2 USA All Star teams from Region 7 finished 1st and 2nd at this prestigious competition.  In 2017, Marty traveled with the Region 7 All Star Team again to Lima, Peru, to coach at the Ariana Orrego Gymnastics Cup.  His athlete placed 2nd All Around, and the USA Region 7 All Star Team placed 1st.
Gina Stallone Amrich
Marty Amrich
Regan BG Jandrew grew up loving the sport of gymnastics. She started on her 5th birthday and hasn’t stopped since. She has lived in Berks County most of her life and graduated from Conrad Weiser high school. Now living just over the Lebanon County line. Married to her wonderful husband Chad for over 10yrs and also has two very active young children. Lyle, who is 4 and just loves being outside and Xelia, who is 2 and follows everything her brother does, good or bad. Besides teaching gymnastics for over the past 20yrs, she is also a message therapist and owns her own business. She loves helping her clients feel better and just relax. Gymnastics has always played a big role in Regan’s life. She is very proud of all the gymnasts that she has taught over the years and is now looking forward to all the new experiences and opportunities with Stallone Gymnastics. 
Regan BG Jandrew
Sarah Lorish started gymnastics at age 8 and it’s been an integral part of her life since. She spent her adolescence competing in gymnastics and earned several state medals and a national medal on vault before graduating from Wyomissing High School to study film and professional writing at New York University and Penn State University. Over the last 5 years, she has coached recreational and competitive gymnastics along with cheer and tumbling. Sarah is thrilled to have the opportunity to coach at Stallone and plans to play a positive role in each gymnast’s pursuit of personal excellence. She can’t wait to pass her love for the sport onto the next generation.
Sarah Lorish
Sara McKenrick graduated from Exeter Township Senior High School and completed her B.S in Biology at the University of Kansas in May 2016. Sara began gymnastics at the age of two and continued in the sport until graduating from high school. Her favorite memory from gymnastics is travelling to Sweden to share her love for the sport with young gymnasts in Stockholm. Sara qualified to Level 9 Eastern Nationals in four competitive seasons of 2009-2012. While in college, she began coaching and is excited to continue at Stallone Gymnastics in the company of former coaches and teammates. Sara will attend physician assistant school at Arcadia University in the summer of 2017.
Sara McKenrick
Michelle Wood
Michelle is thrilled to be sharing her love of gymnastics at Stallone! Michelle has been involved with gymnastics her whole life! She began the sport as a young child with her big sister and role model, Christy Smith! Michelle graduated from Wilson High School in West Lawn, PA. Michelle graduated from Bloomsburg University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and Special Eduction. She then received her Master of Education degree from Wilkes University. This year, Michelle began her 9th year of teaching in the Upper Perkiomen School District, where she is currently teaching Kindergarten...and loving it! Michelle has been a gymnastics instructor, as well as special olympics gymnastics coach for 16 years. She loves working with gymnasts of all ages and ability levels. Some of her favorite gymnastics memories include coaching special olympic gymnastics and she is excited to bring this program to Stallone through Berks County Special Olympics! Michelle is excited to begin a new journey with wonderful coworkers, gymnasts, and families at Stallone Gymnastics! 
Jackie Taylor
Jean Noecker
Jean began gymnastics at age 3 participating in both recreational and some competitive gymnastics as well.  She graduated from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and then earned a Masters Degree from University of Delaware.  Jean moved to Berks County after meeting husband Pat and currently lives in Shillington with Pat, son Shawn, and 2 dogs.
She is a Science Teacher, currently part-time for Conrad Weiser in addition to some substitute teaching.  Jean has been coaching gymnastics since 1996 and is also a National rated gymnastics judge.  She has worked with all levels of gymnasts, but she particularly enjoys helping girls build solid foundations in the lower levels.
Joe Stallone
    As an accomplished gymnast, Joe Stallone was a 2-time Junior Olympic National Event Champion with a 4th place all around finish. He was a Pennsylvania State All Around Champion, and also earned 48 PIAA medals in total including 15 gold. Joe continued his athletic success on a full athletic scholarship at Pennsylvania State University, where he was a 4 year letterman and was selected to the Senior National Honor Society. Joe was inducted into the Holy Name High School Sports Hall of Fame, and the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame, Berks County.
    Joe is an 8-time Pennsylvania Men’s Gymnastics Coach of the year, and is a 16 time Coach of Over All Pennsylvania Gymnastics State Team Champions. He has coached 7 boys to National all around titles, 29 boys to Junior Olympic National Team and over 60 athletes to Athletic College Scholarships. Joe is an NCAA Honor Coach Award recipient, as well as a USA Gymnastics-Master of Sport, and received the Pennsylvania Gymnastics 35 Year Service Award. In 2019, Joe received the Pennsylvania Gymnastics Lifetime Achievement Award.
    Joe has coached athletes to represent the United States at World Championships and Olympic Teams, including Olympic Alternate Elizabeth Price to 4 World Cup Uneven Bar Titles, and Margzetta Frasier to a World Cup Uneven Bar Title. Joe also has extensive international experience serving as Junior National Team Coach, coaching teams to 1st place international finishes in Ontario, Canada, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Cali, Columbia, Curitiba, Brazil, and Cottbus, Germany. He has also coached US teams competing in Berlin, Germany, and Kiev, Ukraine.