1 June 2012
Last updated at 00:05
The City of Liverpool Gymnastics Centre, a former wash house in Toxteth, was established in 1992. The centre is where three-time world champion Beth Tweddle trains alongside other senior gymnasts including Hannah Whelan, Jenni Pinches and Rebecca Tunney.
The club works with gymnasts aged between six and 26 who compete in regional and national competitions. If good enough, they could be selected for Team GB.
Claire Duffy, who has been part of the club for 26 years and is now head coach, said: "We just want to keep producing more and more Olympians."
Two dedicated gymnasiums are used by the students, including a foam pit for training on the uneven bars.
Some of the younger gymnasts are taken out of school in the afternoon for additional preparation and development work.
Beth Tweddle, who started gymnastics aged seven, has trained with coach Amanda Reddin since 1997. Reddin said gymnastics was "all about work, work, work and more work".
In the 2008 Beijing Olympics, six of the 12 female gymnasts in Team GB had trained at the centre in Liverpool.
Seventeen-year-old Jenni Pinches, who is preparing to vault, is hoping to be selected for Team GB.
Throughout the gymnasium pigeon holes are used by gymnasts to place their belongings in while training. There are all sorts of things, including good luck cards, chalk, union jack merchandise and mobile phones.
Essential kit for any gymnast using the uneven bars is chalk and hand guards.
The senior gymnasts, some of whom train in Liverpool, will hear on 4 July whether they have been selected for Team GB.