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.
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 Artistic Gymnastics, gymnasts compete on 4 events:beam, bars, floor, and vault. On floor, tumbling is a major part of the routine. But in rhythmic gymnastics, gymnasts compete on the floor with different apparatuses: the clubs, ribbon, ball, hoop, and rope. Any tumbling besides cartwheels, rolls, and walkovers are not allowed. The main focus is dance, flexibility, strength, and music chosen for the routines. Gymnasts can also compete together in pairs or teams, unlike in artistic gymnastics.
rhythmic gymnastics is where you use ribbons and hoops and balls.
Artistic gymnastics is when you have, for girls, Vault, Bars, Beam, and Floor. For boys, Vault, High Bar, Pommel Horse, Rings, Floor, and Parallel Bars.
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In rhythmic gymnastics you use an object (like a ball or a ribbon) and only compete on floor. In artistic (or as you said, acrobatic) gymnastics, girls compete on beam, bars, floor and vault, they do not use any other object
I definitly like rhythmic gymnastics better. the girls are more graceful, flexible, and overall talented.
Gymrama is basically rhythmic gymnastics using apparatus such as rope, hoop, ball, clubs and ribbon. It is normally performed by females although men RG is coming up as well. Gymnastics is a general word for Gymnastics For All, Artistic, Rhythmic, Aerobics, Trampoline and Acrobatic.
Im not fully sure what you mean. Here are some possible answers:Women's and men's. The difference here is obviously the gender, as well as the apparatus they perform on.Traditional gymnastics and Rythmic gymnastics. Rythmic gymnasts don't use bar beam or vault, they perform highly choreographed routines on floor, using props such as a ball, hoop, or rope.Artistic gymnastics or power gymnastics: Artistic gymnasts incorporate more graceful dance elements into their routines
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rythmic gymnastics is mostly dance, floor, choereography, ribbons, flexibility and poise. Whereas apparatus is about strength, flex, routine, perfection, statistics and knowing how to present your skills on the beam, bars, floor or vault. (in mens case: rings, Pbars, metal bars, uneaven bars, floor, pommel and vault.
gymnastics moves that are joined together, they have to flow between each one though
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I've done both and there's definitely a big difference though many think it's the same. In gymnastics, athletes show off the difference things they can do using what equipment they get. For example, jumping on beam. But in acro, you do the same things without any equipment. Acro is also more dance-like, in my acro dance we did pirouettes and leaps and also threw in flips and ariels. While in gymnastics you would do a short routine with as many tricks you could fit in. In short form, acro is basically gymnastics without all the equipment and it's more dance-like.