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Gymnastics

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Harriet Gaston

on 11 October 2012

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Transcript of Gymnastics

A little Bit of History more equipment interest I started gymnastics when I was 7 years old. I hated the sport apart from the sparkly leotards and fancy make-up. The training was intense and I always came home very sore. I only started it because I thought it would improve my ballet, so I left. But over the past few years I have longed to go back to gymnastics. I missed the hard intense training and two years ago I started back and I can honestly say I love gymnastics and work long and hard every week and someday I really hope I can be just half as good as Nadia Comăneci who you will hear about in the next few minutes of my presentation. skill levels Beginner. Level 1-3 Cannot compete in official competitions
Skills include Forward/backwards rolls, cartwheels and handstands
They will learn simple mount and dismounts on beam Intermediate: Level4-6 Required to compete in competitions
Skills include; left and right splits, round offs, front and back walkovers and handsprings
Level 4 vault is hand stand flatback
Whereas level 5 and 6 vault is a front handspring! Advanced: Level 7-10 These levels are optional
competitors can preform his/her on choreography
they aim to prefect and add height and length to their moves.
there are also very tricky moves of bar, beam and vault.
Level 9-10 is Olympic standard! Equipment! Uneven Bars Vault Beam Floor Gymnastics
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