In recreational gymnastics, you don't compete and just do it for fun and to stay fit, but when you compete, you're on Team gymnastics and you have different levels that you compete in for different skills. From levels 1-6, you compete compulsory routines- that the USA Gymnastics have made up, but when you get to level 7-10, you make up your own routines. After level 10, you're considered to be elite.
Competitive gym is where you do competitions and try to win amid a group of other gymnasts. Compulsory gymnastics is has levels of gymnastics that you must complete in order to qualify for some competitions.
In USA gymnastics, there are ten levels. there are 11 if you count elite
Difference between IQ levels of 150 and 155 will be similar to differences between IQ levels of 95 and 100
Gymnasics doesn't really have leagues, it has levels. When you are little, you go into recreational gymnastics. (this is for canada.) and then gymcat (beginner advanced expert) and then you go into Provincial 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 then nationals and then you can go internationally
There are ten levels in gymnastics and then two advanced levels before the Olympics.
in gymnastics there is levels 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,,10, and elite.
AS levels are the first half of A levels, if you stop after the first year you get an AS qualification.
Yes, you do have levels in gymnastics and it goes up to level 10 and then you go onto the advanced levels 1 and 2 and then you could probably be in the Olympics!
They are smaller in magnitude than those between lower energy levels.
there are levels 1-10 then elite and college
i am a gymnast so i know that levels are 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,and elite.
If you want to get a gymnastics scholarship to a college, you should probably be in a level between levels 8 and elite, because that's what level college gymnasts typically are.