Rhythmic Gymnastics

Rhythmic gymnastics is an artistic sport involving individual competitors, pairs, trios or even more (generally five) manipulate one or two apparatus: rope, hoop, ball, clubs and ribbon.

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How do female gymnast keep their leotard in place?

At the gym, we have this thing we like to call "leotard glue" and you roll it onto the place on your skin where the leotard ends and then stick the end/hemming of your leotard to it. It'll take a few minutes to stick, but once it does, it won't move. Just make sure you go to the bathroom before putting it on because it can get painful when you take your leotard off when the "butt glue" is still on ;) I dont have the exact name of this product, but I can update this answer when I get it. It can also be used to keep other articles of clothing in place, like keeping your knee socks from sliding down your legs :) I hope this helps a bit!

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How did lyasan utyasheva die?

OMG She isn't dead!

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In rhythmic gymnastics what do beginners do?

You just start stretching your toes and getting your flexibility up. I do harder

things because I am in Level 5.

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10 example of non-locomotor movement?

Some examples of non-locomotor movements are twisting, bending, swaying, swinging, stretching, turning, pulling, pushing, falling, and dodging.

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What are the fundamentals gymnastic position with picture?

Well, what do you mean? Different levels have different fundamental skills, gaining more and more the higher the level.

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Who wears a skirted leotard?

A ballerina, an ice skater, a tap dancer, and many entertainers, especially related to the dance.

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Who are some famous gymnast that's dead?

The most reputable would be Elena Mukhina ,world champion on the floor and all-around in 1978, but in 1979 her coach Mikhail Klimenko wanted her to compete a thomas salto, and she unfortunately broke her neck and became quadrepligic. She passed away in 2006. R.I.P

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What are the 6 phases of gymnastic program?

conditioning program, rhythmic gymnastiucs, stunts, tumbling, aparatus exercise and pyramid building.

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How do rhythmic gymnasts train?

angrly

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What are the basic skills of gymnastics?

Forward----backward rolls Handstands Cartwheels Front and Back Walkovers front---back handsprings bar talents balanceing
positions: bridge, splits, hanstands moves:catwheels, forward and backward rolls, ---- assuming you mean body positions in Gymnastics Lay Out (technically a hollow shape) Pike Tuck straddle Arch anti-gravityzone.com
The Layout Position, where the body is stretched completely straight.

The Tuck, where the knees are bent up towards the chest.

The Pike, where the body is bent into a 90 degree angle, or bent in half, with the legs straight.

These are the main positions used in tumbling.

There is also the Straddle, where the legs are shoulder width or more apart.

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What equipment do you need for women's rhytmic gymnastics?

A ball, rope, hoop, ribbon (with a stick), and clubs

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What is the diet for elite rhythmic gymnasts?

To be an elite rhythmic gymnast you must...

Eat only oatmeal and squid for breakfast

For lunch a Z-Bar preferably peanut butter flavor and a side of rice

3 pieces of gum. Chews Wisely (Did you get the pun?)

For Diner eat Little Ceasars Chicken and white rice in a dog bowl

Also drink your water upside down and drink at LEAST 2 gallons a day

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Which one is better between artistic gymnastic and rhythmic gymnastic?

There two very different sports. But heres a breif overview of both -

ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS: this one involves four appartus, floor, vault, bars and beam. If you do artistic gym you have to do all four. Artist invovles such things as leaps, walkovers, tumble lines (backflips-backsaults, frontsaults etc.) Strenght is a must have(but don't worrie that's something you gain with lessons), and flexibilitie helps although depending how far you would want to go its not a need. (Also depending on different peoples coaching views.) Artistic is a little similar to both acrobatics, and dancing. Its more about tricks, strength, flips, and everything in between.

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS: is a very pretty sport. Its a bit of a mix between calasenthinics, and dance. It involves doing tricks, (ie. throwing and catching, leaping walkovering) with a ribbon, ball, clubs, skipping rope, and hool hoop. Flexibilitie is a must have! For it is a main thing in rhythmic gym.

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What are the values of floor skills?

values of floor values

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What are the different kinds of gymnastic stunts?

3 types:

1.INDIVIDUAL STUNTS-performed by a single person

Examples:Coffee Grinder::Rocking Chair::Egg Roll::Dog Walk::V-Seat::CHair Walk::Jack Knife

2.DUAL STUNTS-performed by partners

Examples:Chinese get-up::Lighthouse::See-Saw::Wheelbarrow

3.GROUP STUNTS-performed by 3 or more person

Examples:Skin the Snake::Merry Go Round::Human Boat

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When did rhythmic gymnastics become an Olympic sport?

Gymnastics became an Olympic sport in 1896. When the Olympic movement was resurrected at the first Olympics Games in Athens in 1896, gymnastics made a fitting return. Germany, which was key in developing apparatus gymnastics, won most of the medals as men from five countries competed in the horizontal bar, parallel bars, pommel horse, rings and vault.

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How do you make your back more flexible for rhythmic gymnastics?

My teacher told me that as you get older you get less flexible, because everyday you don't use a certain muscle that muscle will get less flexible. So i would just recommend streching your back every now and then.

When i was seven i did the proper spilts, only once all the way down, and the next day i could only get two feet away from the ground, and I've gotten worse an worse at them every year...

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Who invented rhythmic gymnastics?

Rhythmic gymnastics grew out of the ideas of I.G. Noverre (1722-1810), Francois Delsart (1811-1871), and R. Bode (1881), who all believed in movement expression, where one used dance to express oneself and exercise various body parts.

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What would be a good science fair project on the evidence of creation by God?

Meaning no offense, I don't believe that there is a good science fair project on that topic. You really can't quantify or experimentally manipulate faith as it pertains to belief in creationism. This should not be troubling; to the extent that you can scientifically observe/manipulate faith, you have reduced it to less than faith. You might be tempted to collect some of the criticisms of standard sciences that have been put forth by adherents to creationist positions, and then present this as 'evidence' in favor of creation. You should be careful to avoid this urge. It is very poor logic, and it is not science at all, to conclude that because there may be gaps and other kinds of problems with the current scientific knowledge, then it must have all been done by God. The key is the word 'evidence'.

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What is the Criteria for judging gymnastic competition?

to score what you see

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What are the different kinds of stunts related in gymnastics?

There are no 'stunts' in gymnastics, only moves or skill that you learn to perform and compete with. However, gymnastics tricks can be used for many stunts, as they are impressive to people who are not in the gymnastics circle. Many movies or other entertainment sources use gym skills, such as tumbling (flips etc.) , vaulting (leaping over things in different ways) , and bar and beam work (swinging on a narrow bar and balancing and tumbling on a narrow, high surface). Other forms of gym are used too, such as rhythmic, with contortion and throwing and catching and spinning the five apparatus (excluding free, which is only the gymnast) , and trampolining, bouncing with even more incredible somersaults than artistic, but nothing else. All of these skills can be used in endlessly creative ways to amaze people as stunts.

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What is Unison in gymnastics?

Groups of gymnasts are deducted points if they do not all move at the same time

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How Can You Land A Full Without Getting Hurt?

If you know how to do 1 u can.....just practice -Helpful advice writer

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What are the different stunts of gymnastics?

Floor

* Backward roll * cartwheel * handstand * handstand roll

* Back extension roll (rolling backward and in the middle pushing up to handstand) * back walk over * back hand spring * back tuck * round off back hand spring * round off back hand spring back tuck * full

* layout * pike * leaps (such as stag leaps, switch leaps, etc.) * front hand spring * front walk over * front tuck Beam

* mount * dismount * (any skills from the floor) * dance skills such as turns, leaps and jumps Vault

* tsukahara * front hand spring * 1/2 on Bars

* Pull over * kip * front hip circle * back hip circle * clear hip * cast * tap swing * fly away * giant * stride circle

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What is the difference with competitive rhythmic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics?

One is competitive, one isn't.

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