While it is obvious that Level 5 gymnasts are still relatively new competitive gymnasts and often young, we have chosen some routines that while not perfect, display certain points of execution, aptitude and attitudes that other level 5 gymnasts should observe and emulate if they want to be successful and win.
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2010 Level 5 Texas State Gymnastics Champions
9.55 Level 5 Floor Exercise
This routine shows minimal deduction major elements and demonstrates some style in their execution.
Level 5 Floor Routine with Good Body Shaping
This routine shows how to perform a routine where the judges are given few chances to deduct. There are some high performance points in the routine. My favorite – watch the height of the leg in the turn coming out of the split – exceptional execution of a minor skill.
Level 5 Floor Routine
This routine shows some decent major element work.
Level 5 Bar Routine
This is a example of what a Level 5 bar routine with minimal cast but reasonably good form and body shaping.
A Fairly Good Example of Level 5 Bars
Decent routine but minimal casts.
Best Level 5 Beam (so far)
Excellent Level 5 beam routine with aggressive skills and showing good flexibility.
Another Decent Level 5 Beam
From this perspective you can see the effects that good arm symmetry (evenness) has on maintaing good balance (except on cartwheel).
Level 5 Vault Example
Had to have at least one example of a Level 5 vault. This style of vault demonstrates a very light, almost fingertip, touch on the vault table rather than a powerful block.