What is level 4 gymnastics?


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2011-02-27 19:41:52
2011-02-27 19:41:52

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.

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I am a level 4 gymnast from Florida and mine is 32.500

There are no belts in gymnastics. There are competitive levels, but there are no belts. If you're asking what level you have to be to be competitive, that would be level 4. To train for the Olympics, you must reach level 10.

you should be in level 5 or 4 at the age of 10.

yes. Level fours have their own set vault that they do.

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!

the gymnastics company is a fun gym. there are level 2-10 in the team. im in level 4 and i love it here!

in level 4 is tucks backhand springs and lots of other hard flips

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Maybe level 4-6 depending on their skill level

There is a *lot* of terminology in gymnastics. I couldn't possibly list it all. I suggest Googling a gymnastics dictionary. What do you mean by basic skills? Basic skill for pre-competitive? Level 4? Level 8? Level 10?

"do the math duh its easier lol 3 is lower than 4 so the hardness of the level will be less in 3"Rudeness is of no value in an answer!!It matters the, Country, and the era of gymnastics in which one is asking and it would help to know which of the gymnastic sports you are refering too*.In the USA At this point in time (2011) the higher the number the more difficult. In the past for Artistic Gymnastics men's and Woman's it was opposite. Not sure of the systems level titles of the other gymnastic sports at that time.Sometime around 1980 the Level 1-10 system in the USA was adopted. (10 highest) Before that level ONE was the highest and level four was the lowest. My assumption is the thought was to have Level ONE be a level no one can go beyond thus it was the highest.* Gymnastic SportsArtistic Gymnastics Men'sArtistic Gymnastics Woman'sAerobic GymnasticsRhythmic GymnasticsAcrobatic GymnasticsPower Tumble and Trampoline GymnasticsGroup Gymnastics

as tall as your chin most of the time

There is not a age limit you have to work your way up to each level i do gymnastics now and i'm a level 4. Ive worked really hard to become a level 4 and now im almost a level 5 i just need to do my back-bend kick-over.Not that you would care but i was just saying :)

There are 9 levels in gymnastics before you go to college right now im in level 4

I think that if you want to go back you should!! You would probably start in level four and by the time high school is out you could be a level seven which is optional gymnastics :)

Depends. You're going to have to be much more specific. What level? Pre-competitive? Level 4? Level 10?

It depends on the gymnastics level of the child or teen. You learn a cartwheel at level 1 gymnastics, so it just depends on what level of gymnastics they are on.

well i am on level 2 sucks but everyday it gets harder <3 luv gymnastics

A backhandspring is in the current level 4 floor routine, but with the routine/requirement change of next year, it will be part of the level 3 routine.

OK, these are the gymnastics levels... Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Optionals + Level 10 would fall into optionals plus. So to the time it would take to get to level 10 is really your choice depending on your dedectation. But for the average person about 5-8 yrs...

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