Compared to many other sports gymnastics is not oriented towards cardiovascular fitness. Because strength and power are so important in gymnastics, too much work on endurance exercises actually reduces strength. The only endurance important in gymnastics is muscular endurance. Events such as women's uneven bars, men's high bar, parallel bars, rings and pommel horse require more muscular endurance and strength. The longest routines are no more than 90 seconds for men and women's floor exercise and the balance beam. Floor exercise requires a cardio-fitness foundation but this is the only event in gymnastics. Most high level gymnasts work endurance by performing routines and stay away from jogging and other forms of aerobic exercise. The primary focus in training is short-term energy systems, strength, power and speed.
Although highly active and motion based, gymnastics does not focus much on cardiovascular health and development. Instead it is about short bursts of intense energy and movement. Some events require better cardio than others, specifically Floor exercise can very very draining.
Not necessarily. It varies from gym to gym. But you usually gain it while practicing/
Endurance is the same in gymnastics as it is in all other sports.
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Muscular endurance and cardiovascular endurance
Well first of all 'dose' is spelled 'does' and second cardiovascular endurance basicly means the amount of stress your heart can take.
you need flexibility endurance and ability
you wouldnt be fit
Cardiovascular Endurance Muscular Strength Muscular endurance Flexibility Body Composition
So they can run foreva