Transcript: There are four events in gymnastics, floor, bars, beam, and vault. Gymnastics is an individual sport but with a team score. Scores reflect how hard and how perfect the routine is. There are many different elements each event requires. Floor and beam must have a tumble series, a gymacro, and a leap series. Each even has different tricks that can be preformed on only that event or on other ones. For example, a full toe turn can be done on beam and floor, but a giant can only be done on the bars. Floor Beam Bars Vault A back handspring is the most important trick to a gymnast. It can be used in 3 out of the 4 events, including floor, vault, and beam. How to do a back handspring correctly! A handstand is a key trick to every gymnast because it is used in multiple moves. A few moves a handstand is required for are, back handspring, giant, round-off, and pirouette. A kip is the third key trick that every gymnast should know how to do. A kip is done on the bars. You have to have a lot of arm and abs strength to do a kip! You will not get a kip in a day. It takes lots of training to learn how to do a kip! You're a gymnast, you got this! Don't tap those toes! Work on bringing those toes to the bar! Don't give up! You could use a round-off on floor,vault and on beam. On floor round-offs normally connect to back handsprings, on vault they are used for a trick called a half on; which can have a twist coming off and on beam they can connect to a back tuck as a dismount also counting for your tumbling series. Twisting off of bars Watch Nastia's jumps! Twists and Turns It is important to know how to turn in jumps, to create a more difficulty level in your routines. Turning jumps are worth more on beam and floor. Gymnastics To add a twist to a tumble series will make your trick harder and worth more points! You can use a twist on vault, bars, beam, and of course floor. It is important to learn how to twist, but only if you are ready! About Gymnastics A Handstand Remember to Practice, Practice, Practice! You can practice a handstand in anywhere as long as you have enough room and don't run into anything. If you have trouble try practicing against a wall or closet door. Ask your parents if its okay first though! Kip Back Handspring The Cues to a Handstand: 1. Start with arms straight above the head. 2. Place hand on the ground, while you are kicking off the ground with your dominate foot. 3. When your hands are on the ground, to keep your balance, keep your arms, back side, and legs tight. Squeeze those muscles! 4. When coming out of a handstand, split legs, once your feet have touched the ground bring waist up. As a gymnast it is important to be able to turn a simple jump or to twist a tumbling series. 5 Key Tricks Every Gymnast Needs Round-off
Transcript: now artistic gymnastics http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_did_gymnastics_begin# Sources Rhythmic gymnastics http://www.blurtit.com/q625476.html before Thank you for watching my presentation. Megumi Nomura http://www.scn.org/ip/ara/history.html History of Gymnastics In the olden days gymnasts use to wear black simple dresses with tight trousers when performing. To practice gymnasts wore a dress with trousers connected on it. Then the costume became like swimming suits. Now it`s like a swimming suit with lot's of decorations. now http://visualrian.ru/thumbnails/00000000678/678859.thw now Megumi Nomura https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfbY2m8V8Gw. before information The History of Olympic Gymnastics Part 1 http://shrike.depaul.edu/~vbard/histpg.html http://wellandgoodnyc.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/gymnast-with-ponytail-in-pink-leotard-on-parallel-bars.jpg gymnastics http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_did_gymnastics_start Costumes and equipment http://fuzzylizzie.com/myPictures/gymsuit/1910gymsuit clip This is another type of gymnastic which only women could do. rope, hoop, ball, clubs and ribbon For this sport the costume, rules and the equipment had changed. http://thedreamstress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Gym-Suit-1893%E2%80%9398-American-wool-cotton-leather-Met-329x500.jpg http://www.olynstone-rg.com/11.jpg images http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/modern/images/olympics_1948_training.jpg gymnastic introduction Gymnastics begin in ancient Greece in 2700 BCE. Then the Romans brought things in and developed it. After people from Russia did it and brought gymnastics in to Europe. history of gymnastics This is the basic one which lot's of people knows.it is usually with bars, balance beam, vault and floor exercise. This sport didn't really change a lot especial.lly the equipments. The things that have changed is the costumes. before they used to have simple costumes. There are mainly 2 types of gymnastics. one is artistic gymnastics and the other one is rhythmic gymnastics. For both of these gymnastics you need to be graceful, athleticism, and strength. Artistic gymnastic is the famous one which you can do any kind of gymnastics. http://fuzzylizzie.com/myPictures/gymsuit/1865exercisedress before End of the maize
Transcript: GUESS WHAT? Safety regulations & liabilities 1. Liability forms need to be filled out before actually using any equipment or stepping on the mats. 2. No one is allowed to spot you or assist you in tumbling unless they are certified to. Terminology 1. A set position is a starting position you do before executing a back tuck or any other trick. 2. A hallow body is a term referring to a body position, where hips are turned under, the butt is tucked in and the chest is rounded forward. Still wondering? Back Tucks 101 Step 1. Start in a set position, and jump "UP" in that hallow body position. Thesis Statement/Objective: Learning the proper techniques and tools to successfully execute a back tuck. Overview 3. A back tuck is a move that begins usually jumping two feet off the ground, rotates hip over head, then lands again on the feet. source: Cheer808 private instructor Travis Thamoson 3. Instructions to throw a back tuck by: Robinson Nguyen 1. Safety regulations/liabilities "If you're tired of walking, learn how to fly." -expression used by gymnasts/cheerleaders Step 2. The second step is to tuck your hands behind your leg, rotate your hips, and think about bringing your shins towards your face, then land! source: Cheer808 private instructor Travis Thamoson Gymnastics source: Hawaii Academy, Instructor: Scott Ryan source: Tumbling & Gymnastics Glossary 2. Gymnast's terminology
Transcript: What we think The Key to Balance Good Flexibility is really important. It keeps you from getting hurt. So gymnasts always stretch out their backs, legs, arms, ankles, and wrists before practice. Strength Balance Strength is also really important to have. Building muscle also helps us from getting hurt. To perform perfect skills you must use your strength to hold positions. We do a lot of conditioning to build muscle like climbing the rope, doing pushups, holding planks, and so much more! In gymnastics, you do a lot of physical work, but a large portion of this sport is also in your mind. Gymnastics When learning a skill, gymnasts push themselves to try new things. But when they are almost there, the skill depends on the mental prospective. That is when a little fear comes into play. You have to think you can, to know you can do something! Flexibility Onto the Mental Portion! Gymnastics has a lot to do with balance. You have to learn to "counter" balance. Counter balancing is making sure you have even weights of your body equally spread out for skills.
Transcript: Gymnastics originated in early greece. Greek word for naked, is the origin for the word gymnastics. Men compete in floor, pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars, and horizontal bars. Female gymnasts compete on the vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor.
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Transcript: Floor routine mount 2 dips scale 3 sec. pivit perform push back push back leap tuck jump half turn pivit roundoff dismount. Bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Vault routine healdrive block halo Bars routine start step step full turn pivit run roundoff backhandspring sashay scale roll stand turn lay down swim get up dance fronthandspring step step cartwheel splits pike get on knees rope it rop it cha cha bend back. back hip circle back hip circle shooting star. Gymnastics Beam routine
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