Endeavor Gymnastics is family owned and operated. With our extensive gymnastics experience, we are excited to welcome your children into the sport and our family.
Ryan Brown - Founder & Owner
Ryan has been involved with gymnastics since the age of 4, both as a recreational and competitive participant. It began after watching the 1996 Olympic Games with his older sister, Whitney, where they both watch the Magnificent Seven take Gold. Whitney joined gymnastics soon after, while Ryan sat and watched his sister have fun. Being bored just watching, Ryan decided to give gymnastics a try and has been involved with it ever since. He was the 2005 Regional High Bar Champion and reached competitive level 8 before switching to coaching.
He has worked at two reputable gyms in the Temecula/Murrieta region for over 12 years. Ryan has coached all levels of recreational girls and boys gymnastics as well as team for both programs. He also has extensive experience coaching recreational and competitive trampoline and tumbling. Ryan attained the title of gym manager at DC Gymnastics and managed the gym for 3 years. When DC closed, Ryan, with the support of his family, decided to open up Endeavor Gymnastics.
Ryan received a Bachelors of Arts degree in Social Sciences with an emphasis in Political Science, Psychology, & History from California State University San Marcos in May, 2014.
Mike Brown - Part Owner/Xcel Director
Favorite Hobbies: Snowboarding, working on cars, DIY projects, Dad jokes
Mike served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 22 years of Honorable service and Retired as a Master Sergeant(E-8). For the last 18 years, Mike has been the Campus Facilities Maintenance Manager at DHL Supply Chain/Exel. He has managed multiple facilities within DHL/Exel since November 2005. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Airway Science with an emphasis in Electronic Systems from National University in 1988.
He was a former gymnast who competed until he graduated High School. Mike has over 22 years of gymnastics coaching experience in all phases of the business. Most recently, Mike has coached girls for the last 22+ years at reputable local gyms. His current specialty is coaching experience in the USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic & Xcel Team programs.
Whitney Garrett- Social media Manager
Favorite Hobbies: Photography, working on cars, home improvements
Whitney has had multiple years experience as an athlete in both recreational and competitive gymnastics. She has over 15 years of experience coaching girls recreational and team competitive programs. Whitney has developed programs for her athletes to help attain their goals as well as taken many leadership roles to help improve the quality of the gyms programs.
She received a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis in pre-physical therapy from California State University San Marcos in 2011. She has a Masters of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics as well as her American Board of Certification in Orthotics & Prosthetics. She currently works for Hanger as a clinician working with a wide range of patients for custom orthotics (bracing) and prosthetics. Problem solving and patient care are two attributes that she strives at.
Megan Brown - Office Manager/Charter School Coordinator
Favorite Hobbies: Hiking, Being outdoors, going to the beach, hanging out with the dogs, photography
Megan started gymnastics when she was three years old. Even though Megan was young when she started gymnastics, she went on to participate in the sport, both as a recreational and competitive gymnast. As a competitive gymnast, Megan was taught by both her father and sister. After Megan stopped gymnastics, she began learning how to ride horses. Due to her gymnastics background, Megan excelled and quickly mastered horseback riding. Megan went on to compete for Albion College’s Varsity Equestrian Team during all four years of College.
Megan graduated in 2017 from Albion College with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Communication Studies. After graduating, Megan moved back to California. The skills she had learned as an equestrian rider helped her find a job coaching equestrian to kids of all ages. After coaching equestrian for five months, she worked for a ranch’s therapeutic riding program, teaching kids with special needs how to ride horses. Megan’s compassionate and patient personality has helped her succeed in working with kids from various types of backgrounds.