For Gymnasts

As another school year is now underway, our kids schedules have changed from carefree summer days with often times earlier gymnastics practices, later bedtimes, etc. to school schedule with getting up earlier, longer days with practices and homework after school. It's often challenging and difficult to transition schedules, this year maybe more than most due… Read More →

Handstands are the ultimate gymnastics skill - they are the only skill that is performed in every single event in gymnastics. There are important elements in the handstand such as form, duration of hold and the angle of your handstand. In this article, we are going to give you 4 tips to help you hold… Read More →

Gymnastics USA Gift Guide

We put together this gift guide so everyone can support the USA at the upcoming competitions. 1. DIY Tie Dye USA Leotard Kit - Who doesn't love tie dye?! With this USA Red, White & Blue Tie Dye Leotard Kit you will be able to create your very own design and show it off at… 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. Click Here… 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. Click Here to Download GymnasticsHQ's… Read More →