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    The Effects of Doing Gymnastics Did you know that there is a bunch of different things that happen to people that do gymnastics? When it comes to elite artistic gymnastics, most female competitors begin the sport before the age of five and train around 40 hours a week, pushing their strength and flexibility to the limits, at times defying anatomy and biology to stick their routines. There are many benefits to doing gymnastics at a young age, like how learning gymnastics enhances the body’s complex motor skill. Gymnasts also have a better sense of personal control and self-esteem, and enhanced gymnastic training can improve bone health. First of all, learning gymnastics enhances the body’s complex motor skill. www.stk-sport.co.uk…

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    I’m here to tell you about gymnastics. Gymnastics three main products gymnasts use, are chalk powder, the chalk powder helps them control the grip. Next the handlebar grips, help them not to get rips on their palms. Gymnast use leotards when the practice, they use them because they are very stretchy. The also use team uniforms for when they compete. I’ll be explaining why gymnast use them, and how they use the products. Gymnast need chalk to compete, for many different usage. First gymnast…

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    Gymnastics Research Paper

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    Physics in Gymnastics Gymnastics is a sport practiced by both men and women. It involves the graceful performance of acrobatic moves maintaining control of the body. This movements include tumbling, running and the use of different gymnastic equipment. . Gymnastics was used by the ancient Greeks to prepare for war. Running, jumping and activities like boxing were used. These activities helped develop the muscles needed for hand-to-hand combat. Gymnastic equipment was first created…

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    The History Of Gymnastics

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    themselves standing on the Olympic podium with a gold medal around their necks, millions of people cheering for them. Thousands of gymnasts across the world train countless hours, giving everything they have into the sport of gymnastics just for a chance of getting an Olympic title. Gymnastics is enjoyed by both athletes and spectators around the world, but have you ever stopped and wondered how this sport originated? Gymnastics has been around for over 2000 years. The word gymnastics was…

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    The sport Gymnastic derived from the early Greek civilization. It consisted of a series of exercises that included jumping, running, swimming, throwing, wrestling and weightlifting. Fitness was a highly valued sport in ancient Greece and men and women participated in gymnastic exercises vigorously. After Rome conquered Greece the gymnasium was used to prepare their troops for war but after the fall of Rome gymnastic became a form of entertainment. In the mid 1770’s the sport began to modernize…

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    Artistic Gymnastics vs. Rhythmic Gymnastics Both women’s artistic and rhythmic gymnasts dedicate the majority of their time in the gym. They are each international sports governed by the Federation International of Gymnastics and participate in a standardized level system ranging on from level 1 to level 10. Artistic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics share the concept of perfection and scoring of the ten point system. Although they have many similarities, they also have many differences like…

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    A Career In Gymnastics

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    Name three careers (not mentioned in the lesson) where gymnastics is important and explain how gymnastics is important in that career. (3 marks) Fitness Trainers- Fitness trainers have to be educated in a variety of sports/training methods. Gymnastics is arguably one of the most important foundational sport that fitness experts should have knowledge in. It contains balance, weight transfer, bodyweight movements, flexibility, and overall body awareness. This is key in many sports and training…

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    Cheerleading Debate Cheerleading is a sport, and I can finish this debate once and for all. This debate has been long talked about and I’m here to finish the debate. Cheerleading is a sport and here is a couple of reasons why, including a counter to counter arguments. I will, without a doubt, prove my point. This activity is a sport and injuries can continue if this is not taken into account. Cheerleaders work hard and compete, these are two key elements of a sport. I went to search on…

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    I started gymnastics at the age of three. Running around and playing with others kept me excited to learn more and advance in the sport. I participated through the age of 13 before I decided to quit and concentrate more on school work. Gymnastics played a huge role into the person I am today. Having been a free spirited wild child, gymnastics was perfect for me. I practiced twice a week for two hours. During each practice there was about five to six different activities we worked on. This…

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    Gymnast Research Paper

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    She was separated from her family for almost two years just to train, she showed professionalism. With her determination she won all- around gymnast and group gymnastics in the Olympics. Gabrielle Douglas was born December 31, 1995. At the age of three she mastered her first cartwheel. Her older sister Arielle, a former gymnast taught her how to do a cart wheel, she mastered that and taught herself a one handed cartwheel(source 1)She automatically fell in love with the sport. Arielle told her…

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