Gymnastics Levels & The Level Requirements

These are the level 10 gymnastics requirements. Level 10 is an optional level; learn more about the gymnastics levels here. // To compete in level 10 gymnastics a gymnast must be able to do most of the following skill requirements on each of the four events, have scored a 34 All-Around at level 9 and have reached her 9th birthday… Read More →

These are the level 9 gymnastics requirements. Level 9 is an optional level; learn more about the gymnastics levels here. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); To compete in level 9 gymnastics a gymnast must be able to do most of the following skill requirements on each of the four events, have scored a 34 All-Around at level 8 and… Read More →

Xcel Diamond is the fifth and last level in the Xcel gymnastics levels. To compete gymnastics in the Xcel Diamond Division, the gymnast must be able to do routines that meet these requirements, as stated in the Xcel Code of Points, and have scored a 31 All-Around as a Platinum level gymnast.   These requirements are paraphrased for easier comprehension… Read More →

These are the skills that make up the level 2 compulsory routine. Level 2 is the second level in the USAG Junior Olympic program gymnastics level structure, but it's a level that not all gyms choose to compete. Level 2 is not a required level; the first required level of competition is level 4. Want a FREE printable Level 2… Read More →

These are the level 3 gymnastics requirements. Level 3 in gymnastics is not a required competitive level; learn more about the gymnastics levels here. // To compete in level 3 gymnastics a gymnast must be able to do the following skills on each of the four events and have reached her 6th birthday. Would you… Read More →

There are a ton of changes coming up in 2013 for the sport of gymnastics: rule changes, routine changes, level changes. The changes have now all been completely released. You can find more official information here on the USA Gymnastics Website. When:  June 10th 2013 The new compulsory routines will be in effect from the fall… Read More →

There are two types of gymnastics levels in the Junior Olympic (JO) Program: compulsory and optional. Compulsory gymnastics consists of specific routines that the gymnast must learn exactly. This is done in gymnastics levels 1-5. USA gymnastics created the routines with the goal that the gymnasts have a strong gymnastics foundation before advancing to the optional… Read More →