What is the new Level 3 gymnastics floor routine?
The Level 3 floor routine is designed to emphasize good posture, alignment, footwork, and levering as the gymnast learns basic dance and acro skills. Emphasizing these areas, along with good overall execution (straight legs and arms, legs together, pointed toes) will help the gymnast to maximize her score.
How short can a Level 6 floor routine be?
One minute, 15 seconds
Floor Routine Music Rules & Regulations The maximum time limit is: One minute, 30 Seconds (1:30) for Levels 7,8,9, and 10. One minute, 15 seconds (1:15) for Level 6.
What do Level 4 gymnasts do?
This means that to compete this level, the gymnast must learn a specific routine for each event. At level 4 meets, a gymnast is judged based on how well she does the skill, in addition to how well she performs the routine exactly how it is supposed to be done.
How old is the average level 6 gymnast?
Junior B: 14-15 years of age: vi. Senior: 16 and over: a gymnast MUST compete at age 15 in the Senior Division if she will turn 16 by December 31st of the year in which the competition takes place. c. Competitive Age: Levels 9-10 i.
Is Level 4 gymnastics hard?
The skills are a step up from 3, but of course all levels are like that. the kip, getting over the vault table with a good block cause problems for some girls (just like the giant in level 7 or the flyaway in 5, etc. etc.) Lots of girls drop after 4 for many reasons, but not because level 4 is too hard.
Is a Level 10 gymnast good?
Level 10 is the highest level in the USA Gymnastics Junior Olympics Program. The level is open to women’s artistic, men’s artistic, trampoline, acrobatic and rhythmic gymnasts.
What is a level 7 routine in gymnastics?
In addition to the skills listed below, level 7 routines must each have 5 “A” skills and 2 “B” skills. In gymnastics each skill has a value, A’s are the easiest all the way up to E’s, which are the hardest.
What are level 7 choreography skills?
In addition to the skills listed below, level 7 routines must each have 5 “A” skills and 2 “B” skills. In gymnastics each skill has a value, A’s are the easiest all the way up to E’s, which are the hardest. So when the choreographer is choreographing the routine, he or she will need to make sure to add the right amount of skills and difficulty.
How do I get to Level 7?
You have to compete at least one level 5 meet and score at least 32AA to skip level 6 and move on to level 7. Keep in mind having a skill and skill perfection are two completely different things. Good luck! So can you skip 7 and go straight to 8 if you have all your 7 skills?