Rhythmic gymnastics is a type of gymnastics that consists only of floor and acrobatics with others. In floor routines you usually have a ball or some type of object you do tricks with. You have to have a lot of determination and flexibility to do this sport.
These are the sports also add snowboardingAquaticsDivingSwimmingSynchronized SwimmingWater poloArcheryAthleticsBadmintonBasketballBoxingCanoe kayakSlalomSprintCyclingCycling BMXCycling RoadCycling TrackMountain BikeEquestrianDressageEventingJumpingFencingFootballGolfGymnasticsArtistic GymnasticsRhythmic GymnasticsTrampolineHandballHockeyJudoModern pentathlonRowingRugbySailingShootingTable tennisTaekwondoTennisTriathlonVolleyballBeach volleyballVolleyballWeightliftingWrestlingGreco-RomanFreestyleWINTER SPORTSBiathlonBobsleighBobsleighBobsleigh SkeletonCurlingIce HockeyLugeSkatingFigure skatingShort Track Speed SkatingSpeed SkatingSkiingAlpine SkiingCross Country SkiingFreestyle SkiingNordic CombinedSki Jumping
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
Question is too vague. There are *Seven amazing yet different sports that fall under the umbrella of the term "Gymnastics"* Not all of them include balance skills; for example Trampoline & Tumbling Gymnastic and Group Gymnastics require no balance skills.* Gymnastic SportsArtistic Gymnastics Men'sArtistic Gymnastics Woman'sGroup GymnasticsAerobic GymnasticsAcrobatic GymnasticsRhythmic GymnasticsPower Tumble and Trampoline Gymnastics
There are 17 sports planned for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.Aquatics DivingSwimmingSynchronised swimmingArcheryAthleticsBadmintonBoxingCycling RoadTrackGymnastics Artistic gymnasticsRhythmic gymnasticsHockeyLawn bowlsNetballRugby sevensShootingSquashTable tennisTennisWeightliftingWrestlingKabaddi is a demonstration sport at the Games.Triathlon was excluded from the games as there was no suitable location for the swimming stage. The organisers have also removed basketball, but includedarchery, tennis and wrestling. Cricket, although in strong demand, did not make a come-back as the Board of Control for Cricket in India were not keen on a Twenty20tournament, and the organisers did not want a one day tournament.(I'm not sure why this was edited with the same information I put on here a long time ago.)
"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
Can not answer this question with out more information. What Country? What Gymnastic Sport; there are *seven of them. If USA are you refering to Class instruction level or competitive level?* Internationl Gymnastic SportsArtistic Gymnastics Men'sAtistic Gymnastics Woman'sAerobic GymnasticsRhythmic GymnasticsAcrobatic GymnasticsPower Tumble and Trampoline GymnasticsGroup Gymnastics-------------------------------------------------------In level 4 WOMEN's ARTISTIC you must have the following major skills on each event:Floor-Split JumpHandstand forward roll with straight armsHandstand to bridge then kickover with straight legs the whole timeLeap step hop with in front and straightSplitBack roll to pushup with straight armsPreparation half turnRound off back handspringBeam-Snap half turnLeapHandstand (3/4 of the way up)Preparation half turnStretch jump, tuck jumpOne second arebesque, 2 second scalePivot half turnSide handstand, hold for one second, stick on opposite sideBars-Pike glidePullover with straight legsFront hip circleShoot throughMill CircleCutCast, backhip circle, underswing dismount* note: whole routine flows and is connectedVault-Run to mat approx. 3.5 feet high, jump on springboard, handstand on mat, fall to flat back*note: do NOT pike, somersault, or bend arms or legs
In the USA each *Gymnastic Sports use a similar number system to denote the level. Each level is more difficult.In USA Men and Woman's Artistic Gymnastics, Rhythmic Gymanstics, Tumble and Trampoline Gymnastics and Acrobatic Gymnastics, The levels of gymnastics start at level 1 and go all the way to elite levels. (up to three elite levels) Levels 1-3 are typically designed for recreational and or competitive skill developmen and do not usually compete. Pre team helps you get ready for level four. Level four through six is compulsory, meaning that you all do the same routine. Level 7 through 10 are optional routines. For the Gymnastic sports that use music the lower levels all use the same music and around level seven the coach athlete get to choose the music.Skills used in Optional Routines are selected from a manual of skills that list all skills and ranks them in difficulty. The more difficult skills have a higher point value. You make up the Optional routine to maximize the point value of the routine by selecting highest value skills the athlete can safely do and perform with least amount of mistakes possible. If music is part of the Gym sport it selected by coach/athlete.Elite level is the highest and the rules are same across the world. This level is used in Intnerational Competitions.Some competitive Organizations in USA for Woman's Artistic also include levels of Preparatory Optional (Prep Op) 1,2,3, bronze, silver, gold, and platinum in which you have your own routine and music.*Gymnastic Sports includeArtistic Gymnastics Men'sArtistic Gymnastics Woman'sAerobic GymnasticsRhythmic GymnasticsPower Tumble and Trampoline GymnasticsAcrobatic GymnasticsGroup Gymnastics