COMPETITIVE  PROGRAM

In the United States, Rhythmic Gymnasts are split into competitive levels ranging from 3 to 10, Juniors National Team, Seniors National Team- as the highest.  Gymnasts are placed into each level  (3-8) based on age, interest, skill, dedication, and coach’s recommendations.
 
Level 3:

~ The goals for the Level 3 are to have a fun and rewarding gymnastics experience and to develop competitive gymnastics skills.
 

~The girls compete with 3 routines: floor, jump rope and ball (apparatus may change with the rules). Each routine is 1:00 minute long.
 

~Only one leotard is permitted for all 3 routines.
 

~Our focus will be on teaching basics of rhythmic gymnastics and on developing strength, flexibility and proper gymnastics apparatus technique. As well as teaching basics of classical ballet and dance.
~Gymnasts use the same music and routines.

 

~After successful  completion of Level 3 a gymnast will move to Level 4.
 
Level 4:
~ The goals for the Level 4 are to have a fun and rewarding gymnastics experience, master the skills learnt in Level 3 and the skills of a higher value, and to develop competitive gymnastics skills.

 

~The Level 4 Team is competing with floor, rope and ball routines( apparatus may change with the rules). Each routine is 1:15- 1:30 minutes.


~Only one leotard is permitted for all 3 routines.


~The gymnasts will start the season in November/December and will finish it with Junior Olympics Championships (beginning of June)


~Gymnasts from the same team use the same music and routine.
 
~After successful  completion of Level 4 a gymnast will move to Level 5.
 
Level 5-Level 8:
 
~The goals for level 5 are to continue progressively develop higher level competitive gymnastics skills.
 
~Athletes develop responsibility, sportsmanship, self-discipline, concentration, creativity and competitiveness.
 
~The gymnasts compete with floor, hoop, ball and ribbon (apparatus may change with the rules). Routines are 1:15- 1:30 minutes long.
 
~Only 2 leotards are permitted in Level 5 and 6
 
Starting Level 7 gymnasts may have 4 different leotards.
 
~The team will start competitions as usual in November/December and will finish with Junior Olympics National Championships (Levels 5-6 first week of June, Levels 7-8- 2nd week of June).
 
~After successful completion of each Level a gymnast is moving up.
 

Location:

19441 66th Ave S,

Kent, WA 98032

 

 

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OPERATING HOURS

Monday         4:00pm-8:00pm
Tuesday         4:00pm-8:00pm
Wednesday   4:00pm-8:00pm
Thursday       4:00pm-8:00pm
Friday             4:00pm-8
:00pm

Saturday       Private lessons or online Zoom classes

Sunday           No Classes

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