Our History

It was founder Mark Bogoger’s love of working with children, and teaching them the sport that he had enjoyed so much as a child, that ultimately drove the decision to create Xtreme Altitude.

Mark opened Xtreme in Broomfield Colorado in the year 2001 with 25 team level boys and 2 coaches. Today, our multiple facilities see thousands of families go through their doors each week.

We are also fortunate to be able to provide fulfilling jobs and careers for hundreds of coaches and administrative personnel that share in our love for children and help us to make our mission a reality.

We are all grateful to you for giving us the opportunity to watch your children grow through the many valuable programs that we offer.

Our Mission

At Xtreme Altitude, it is our mission to: To provide premier childrens’ activity centers that fuel imagination and inspire dreams, while delivering the highest level of service and professionalism in our industry.

Our Unifying Principles

As a unified staff we believe that respect, trust, professionalism, teamwork, growth, balance, communication must all be employed in tandem for us to successfully accomplish out goals.

Our Teaching Principles

- Keep Kids Safe - Be Enthusiastic

- Be Engaged - Be Consistent

- Incorporate Creativity, Variety and Fun

- Keep Things Moving - Correct Children Appropriately

- Communicate Expectations

- Listen to Kids

- Point Out the Good

- Provide Daily Challenge and Success

- Always interact with Love and Compassion

Our Hopes

It is our hope that every child finds a place to thrive within our programs. We believe that regardless of ranging talents, goals, circumstances and needs that everyone can and should be allowed to benefit from these activities. We hope that through our work we can enrich the lives of the young people that participate in our programs.

Our Xtreme Team

Nate Ragland

Gym Manager
Nate has been involved in all aspects of gymnastics for almost 40 years! He was a high level competitive gymnast himself growing up and he has loved coaching since he began at 15 years old. Over the years, Nate has had the opportunity to coach gymnasts of all levels and ages and he finds the most joy helping kids overcome their struggles and reach their goals.

Michele Bodrie

Assistant Gym Manager
Michele grew up doing gymnastics and Cheer in North Carolina. During college, She began coaching recreational gymnastics and also received a degree at UNC- Asheville in Health and Wellness Promotion.
She enjoys staying close to gymnastics and helping kids stay active!
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Garison Clark

Girls Program Director
Originally from Connecticut, Garison started coaching gymnastics at the age of 15. He went on to compete on the men’s club team at Syracuse University in New York and later founded the New York Alliance GymACT Team. Over the years, Garison has coached, judged and managed both men’s and womens gymnastics from preschool all the way to senior elite athletes!

Jon Portillo

Boys Program Director
Jon has been coaching gymnastics for over 30 years. He is an internationally rated judge, founded the Jr. Sun Devil Gymnastics team in Arizona and was the assistant coach for ASU Men’s Gymnastics. Having benefited from gymnastics as an All American athlete himself, he has a passion for using gymnastics to build strong, healthy and resilient individuals!

Davy Ford

T&T Program Director
Davy was a member of the USA Gymnastics national trampoline team from 1999-2005, and he was selected for 4 World Championships teams during that time. In 2005 he was recognized as a World Class Athlete by the International Gymnastics Federation. Up to this point, Davy has coached four national champions and four World Championship team members.

Amber Hill

Girls Team Coordinator
Amber’s love for gymnastics started at just 5 years old! She competed as a junior and on the NCAA Division II gymnastics team at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. During college, Amber started coaching full time, where her love for the sport grew even more. In her spare time, Amber likes to hike, kayak, and participate in animal shelter programs.

Paul Atkins-Davis

Hospitality Coordinator
Paul graduated from UNC-Asheville with a degree in Philosophy and has extensive customer service, legal and hospitality experience. While living in Colorado, he has enjoyed being close to the Great Outdoors! When he isn’t helping out in the gym, Paul enjoys playing music, doing art and skiing.

Our Facility

Xtreme Altitude has been in the Lafayette area since 2006 and we moved into a brand new facility in August 2015. This 32,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility boasts 3 full-size spring floors, 4 loose-foam pits, 3 Eurobed trampolines, a 40-foot tumble trak, a rod floor, 6 vault runways and full sets of equipment for all men’s, women’s and T&T competitive events.

There are also designated developmental class areas, bluetooth-capable sound systems, 2 private birthday party/conference rooms, and bleacher seating for 500+ spectators at events.