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Anyone can do gymnastics, no matter how tall or short they may be. There is no height limit.

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There is no height limit for gymnastics. And I am not sure about the age. I am 14 and I do gymnastics and I think that like 16-19 is too old. But there is no age limit


being 5'5 isn't too tall,and if u still enjoy doing gymnasdtics, 15 is not too old for level 5. sry im not sure about ideal wight stuff. 5'5 is definitely not too tall. I'm 16 and at level 11 and im 5'5..i weigh about 101 pounds..but don't worry about your weight for gymnastics, i know from expirience how much pressure there is about weight and losing more weight and it can ruin how much fun gymnastics is...if you have anymore questions i will be happy to answer them!!


as tall as your chin most of the time


No,it is never too late to join gymnastics. Brazillian gymnast Daiane Dos Santos started gymnastics at age 11 and was a world class gymnast. If you want to do gymnastics, follow your dreams and go for it!


There are four sports in gymnastics that have a floor routine. Which are you refering too?* USA Gymnastic Sports w/FX routineArtistic Gymnastics Men'sArtistic Gymnastics Woman'sRhythmic GymnasticsAcrobatic Gymnasticsin USA gymnastics there is alsoPower Tumble and Trampoline GymnasticsGroup Gymnastics


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gymnastics was in the first Olympics with the Greeks! back then it was also most of the other sports they did too like running. all of them were catagorized into gymnastics!


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Not at all. Gymnastics is a good sport for all ages


Gymnastics are dangerous, however it's not the most dangerous sport. Gymnastics require excellent balance skills and strength too.


Rhytmic Gymnastics possitions are spilting in bettwen your Vagaina too get down more.


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Any age any height but when you are a Adult you can't do it


Yes, you can. BUT if you want to get serious with either sport it's a good idea to just choose one because of amount of training. Also, in artistic gymnastics, it's not good to be too flexible or tall (as there is a limited space between uneven bars).


In USA program Level 4 gymnastics is commonly a level where one can try out for a team to compete with, but is NOT necessary. Can not give skill examples w/out knowing which gymnastic sport you are referring too.International Gymnastic SportsArtistic Gymnastics Men'sArtistic Gymnastics Woman'sAerobic GymnasticsRhythmic GymnasticsAcrobatic GymnasticsPower Tumble and Trampoline GymnasticsGroup Gymnastics


Question is too vague. There are *Seven amazing yet different sports that fall under the umbrella of the term "Gymnastics"* Not all of them include balance skills; for example Trampoline & Tumbling Gymnastic and Group Gymnastics require no balance skills.* Gymnastic SportsArtistic Gymnastics Men'sArtistic Gymnastics Woman'sGroup GymnasticsAerobic GymnasticsAcrobatic GymnasticsRhythmic GymnasticsPower Tumble and Trampoline Gymnastics


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You can never be too old for gymnastics. As long as you check the gym for adult classes, and don't have any existing health problems that could hurt you in any way.


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Most say that being taller can affect your skills with gymnastics. This is only half true. Most men are taller than women, and they compete in the Olympics. Every body is different, and each (being tall and small) has its advantages. If you want to try competitive gymnastics, sometimes being tall will make it tough. Sometimes you may be moved up a division due to your height. If you are doing recreational gymnastics, it will not affect you much at all.


No it's not too tall 7 foot and up is too tall.


NO HEIGHT REQUIREMENT. when I was on the gymnastics I was successful and I am 5'4" but I had a girl who was almost 6' on my team and she was great; however, in general, gymnasts tend to be on the short side.


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