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Transcript of Gymnastics-Ology
History of Gymnastics
Gymnastics has been know for quite a while!
There were originally three forms of Gymnastics:
Routine is based off of a 10 point system.
There are many differences in the events:
Gymnastics is actually a
The earliest practice of Gymnastics was Bull Vaulting.
Women's Gymnastics turned into an olympic sport in 1928.
Most popular form of exercise changed from the
2. Train the military
3. Prepare athletes for other sports.
Gymnastics did not start to be competitive until long after it was created.
Gymnastics competition became part of the
modern Olympic Games
Men start with a lower score than women do.
Routine is looked at and judged by 4-6 well trained judges.
Judges can make deductions for mistakes or poor qualities in the routine.
There are six main events for men and women.
Men have PH, PB, and SR
Women have Uneven Bars, Balance Beam,
and Rhythmic Gymnastics.
Perfect score for men is 11.4.
Perfect score for women is 11.00.
Sometimes there will be a
An ancient picture of bull vaulting.
You got to love it,
You got to dig it,
You got to really want to do good.
Don’t cheat to make it easier.
Learn from other’s mistakes.
Listen to suggestions to bump up your skill,
and look up to people you want to be like.
If you really want to be a gymnast,
workout at home,
stretch in your free time.
Get lots of sleep
and eat as healthy as Michell Obama.
Last but not least
How to be a Gymnast!
NEVER STOP TRYING.
The Journal of a Still Ring
ring brother Stilly and I, for the fist time, got to witness all of the routines for part one of the trials. We saw the strong, confident athletes doing their magnificent triple backs on high bar, and their 37 million circles on pommel horse. They were hopping across to different events, and in a matter of minutes it was our turn. Oh man, those guys were pulling us all around and yanking us up and down like we were just a piece of equipment!! But then again, I guess we just are. :(
Today was tryouts for the Olympics. My twin
June 28th, 2013, 6:30 in the Morning
June 28th, 2013, 9:00 at Night
This has this been a crazy day for me and Stilley.
When I'm just an old, dry still ring, one of the things I will remember from today will be the coffee break. No, Stilley and I were definitely not drinking coffee, but The Crew was.(We have no idea who they are, so we stick to "The Crew".) The Crew was just relaxing in the gym, when, all of the sudden, one of them had to trip. Coffee was flying everywhere, and I'm convinced that Stilly got a second.5 degree burn.
P.S. WE WILL REVENGE!!
Super Cool Pics!
This is what a high bar routine might look like.
to be one of the best gymnasts in history!!
Competed in three Olympics.
Sawao is a member of the
World Gymnastics Hall of Fame.
Only American male gymnast to recieve
in every level in competition.
Won more events than any other American male gymnast.
Bart Conner won the World Cup in 1979.
Married the legendary Romanian gymnast, Nadia Comaneci
Known as the
Competed in the
She started training at the age of 8!
Olga was the first person ever do a back tuck on