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Gymnastics terms

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  • Q1
    Which is an example of direction within a dance routine
    The consideration of making the routine look good.
    The course along which someone moves in their routine
    Including different skills within a routine.
    The changing of height when in their routine
    30s
  • Q2
    Which is an example of levels within a gymnastics routine?
    The consideration of making the routine look good.
    Including different skills within a routine.
    The changing of height when in their routine.
    The course along which someone moves in their routine.
    30s
  • Q3
    Which is an example of levels within a gymnastics routine?
    Consecutive forward rolls
    The consideration of making the routine look good.
    Including different skills within a routine.
    The changing of height when in their routine.
    30s
  • Q4
    Which is an example of repetition within a gymnastics routine?
    The consideration of making the routine look good.
    Performing the same sequence of skills and transitions, multiple times
    Including different skills within a routine.
    The changing of height when in their routine.
    30s
  • Q5
    Which is an example of variety within a gymnastics routine?
    Using a forward roll, backward roll and then an arabesque but then changing the order the second time.
    The changing of height when in their routine.
    The course along which someone moves in their routine.
    The consideration of making the routine look good.
    30s
  • Q6
    Which is an example of mirroring within a gymnastics routine?
    The consideration of making the routine look good.
    Copying another persons shape or skills but adding your own variation.
    Doing the same shape or the same skills in the same way as another person.
    Performing the same physical actions using the same time and physical configuration whilst performed opposite another person.
    30s
  • Q7
    Which is an example of direction within a gymnastics routine?
    Copying another persons shape or skills but adding your own variation.
    Doing the same shape of the same skill in the same way as another person.
    Including different skills within a routine.
    Performing the same physical actions using the same time and physical configuration whilst performed opposite another person.
    30s

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