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      Programs available at Isadora Rhythmics include:

      Recreational Program
  • Children 4-18 Years old can participate in a fun recreational program. Children in the recreational program are grouped by age/skill level. The recreational program is a wonderful introduction to rhythmic gymnastics. A girl can choose to continue in the recreational program or move to the competitive program. Recreational gymnasts perform in exhibitions and the year end gala
    • Competitive Program
  • Level 3 is the beginner competitive level. The goals of the Level 3 program are to focus attention on skill development not the score. Level 3 gymnasts compete with two of the rhythmic apparatus in additon to the floor (free hand) exercise. Level 3 gymnast compete with up to four gymnast performing at a time. The routines may be compulsory or optional but each club must have the same routines. Level 3 gymnast compete at local and invitational meets.
  • Level 4 is the second competitve level of rhythmic gymnastics and the first competitive level of competition at State and Regional Championships. Level 4 gymnasts compete with two of the rhythmic apparatus in addtion to the floor (free hand) exercise . Level 4 gymnast may compete with 2 gymnast performing at a time. The routines may be compulsory or optional but each club must have the same routines.
  • Level 5 is the most advanced compulsory level. The Floor and 3 apparatus
    routines may be compulsory or optional. Level 5 gymnast can share a routine with other gymnasts or may have an individual routine choreographed. Level 5 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor ( free hand) exercise.
  • Level 6 is the first transitional level between the compulsory program and the FIG Optional levels. The goal is to develop flexibility, strength and handling skills while improving skill levels. Level 6 gymnasts compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor (free hand) exercise.
  • Level 7 is designed to prepare the gymnasts for the advanced skills of the FIG Program. The difficulty values for Level 7 skills are based on the current FIG Code of Points. Level 7 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic appartus in addition to the floor ( free hand) exercise.
  • Level 8 is designed to prepare the gymnasts for the advanced skills of the FIG Program. The difficulty values for Level 8 skills are based on the current FIG Code of Points. Level 8 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor (free hand) exercise.
  • Level 9 is the level for the accomplished rhythmic gymnast who has demonstrated that she can easily perform basic FIG requirements and is ready for the challenge of full FIG optional routine requirements.
  • Levle 10 is the level for gymnasts who qualify to the USA National Championships
  • Elite Status: the top 12 athletes (junior and senior) in the all-around competition at USA National Championships earn elite status
  • National Team: the top 8 athletes in the Elite Finals at USA Natinal Championships (junior and senior) are members of the U.S. National Team.
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