Introduces the basics of girls' gymnastics, including step-by-step instructions in the vault, floor exercise, uneven parallel bars, and the balance beam; tips on training and conditioning; and information about meets and competition.Ribbon: as a handheld apparatus in rhythmic gymnastics, the ribbon is about 19a#39;/ 2 feet (6 meters) long and is tossed and caught and used to make snaking, spiraling, circling, and figure-eight patterns Rope: in rhythmic gymnastics, the rope is cut to a length in ... in a straddle position; it is named for the gymnast who first performed it Stick: to land without moving the feet Straddle: a position in which theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Make the Team|
|Author||:||U. S. Gymnastics Federation Staff, Steve Whitlock|
|Publisher||:||Little Brown and Company - 1991-01-01|