Steve Rosko
Owner and coach at So Cal TTC. Steve has been involved with the sport for over 25 years with over 20 years of professional coaching experience. That experience includes competitive artistic gymnastics, Cheer tumbling at the pop warner, All-Star, high school and college levels. In the sport of Trampoline and Tumbling, he has produced and coached 9 Olympic level athletes and produced many State, Regional, National and International Champions as well. Steve has 5 siblings that are also gymnastics and cheer coaches that own and operate the family gym back in New Jersey. Steve has lived in San Diego for 11 years with his wife Donna who is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and their two beautiful children. When not in the gym, Steve enjoys working out, playing guitar and rooting for the New York Mets!.

Do what the best do, then do it better!

Steve Rosko, Owner and Head Coach
Steve Schimenti
Select Director and Head Coach. Starting out in New Jersey, Coach Steve Schimenti has been involved with cheerleading and gymnastics for almost his entire life and has coached professionally for over 13 years. He has coached all levelers, beginner to elite, of men’s and women’s artistic gymnastics and TNT. Steve has also coached various levels of cheerleading including All-Star, Pop-Warner, Recreational, High School and College all across the country. He holds numerous State, Regional, National and International titles in cheerleading and gymnastics; the most recent being two Summit Finalist Titles from Selects’ 2014 competition season. Steve has recently been added to the Varsity All-Star Advisory Panel with 9 other coaches from across the country to help raise money for cancer research at St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

“It’s easy to win. Walking out in second place knowing what you need to work on builds an athlete”

Coach Schimenti
Trevor Yerkey
Trevor is a cheer tumbling coach here at So Cal TTC. Trevor started his coaching career here after coming to many open gyms and finding a love for the sport. He loves to share his new passion with his friends. You can find Trevor and his friends working on new skills to add to their portfolio during Adult Open Gym! Come join them sometime and have a great time! Coach Trevor was an athlete growing up and played on Ramona High School’s Varsity Baseball and Football teams. Trevor currently attends Palomar College’s Firefighter Academy and wants to become a Cal State Firefighter upon completion. In his free time he enjoys going to the rodeo, riding his horses and playing baseball. Trevor currently volunteers with Ramona 4-H and Ramona Pony Baseball. He enjoys coaching at So Cal TTC because “I love to tumble and I get to work with great coaches”. Trevor’s super power is his super spotting ability. 

You never know your limit if you never push yourself

Trevor Yerkey, Coach