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Answered 2010-03-23 01:53:38

no, because my best friend is on level 4 gymnastics. and she is the best person on our team. and the best friend you could ever have!

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a 10 year old is not at all too old to start gymnasticks


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


No, just keep working hard! Most college gymnasts are at least a level 9 and sometimes a level 10!


Girl! Your neva! and i mean neva to old to join gymnastics! espicially only 13. I'm a 12 year old level 8 gymnast and i went to a meet and saw a 40 year old woman competing! ha:) but anyways i dont think there are any free gymnastics groups you can join, but i may be wrong. hope this helped!<3


um yes a 14 year old should be at least a level 7


YES.You are not on the same level of maturaty at all.


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


Yes definatley! I am 13 and I am like at an intermediate level in gymnastics. It is true it's harder when you're older, but if you really like it it shouldn't stop you. You should probably enroll in a beginning gymnastics class for older kids. Be prepared, you might see six or seven year olds at the gym that are better then you, but don't let it discourage you. You're never too old to try something new, especially something as fun as gymnastics. Good luck!


If you are just Planning to do it for fun. Then NO!!! But if you are planning on going to the Olympics then kinda. I am a level 7, and I am 13. Gymnastics is the must fun sport! It will keep you really healthy and like quadruple your muscels!!!!!



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!!


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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No but you may want some extra lessons if you are thinking of starting when you are 14 years old so that you can catch up to the ability level of the other kids that are your age


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No. That doesn't go against any USAG rules.


Well gymnastics is always good under guidance...age will not matter the capability does not depend on age at all.


11 is not to old to start gymastics u could start it at about 5 if you realy wanted to


For fun, friends and fitness - no. For a competitive career - probably yes.


As long as you have gymnastics experience you have the ability to coach. but you have to have a very good eye and fast hand. I am 15 and coach up to level 6 gymnasts. i have spotted girls older and higher level than me too


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It all depends on how fast you learn and how much you train. For me, it didn't take too long level 1 and level 2 are pretty similar when it comes to skills.


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!


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