Definition: Parallel Bars
Posted by Gymnastics Zone
Parallel Bars: A men’s event performed on a gymnastics apparatus consisting of two bars, each 195 centimeters high and 350 centimeters long, and positioned 42 to 52 centimeters apart. A parallel bar routine is made up mostly of swing and flight elements and should include at least one release move. Also commonly called p-bars.
About Gymnastics Zone
Gymnastics Zone is one of the largest gymnastics information sites in the world, providing both FREE gymnastics information and content and selling gymnastics related products. The information comes from professional, master gymnastics coaches with experience coaching state, regional, national, and international champions in tumbling and gymnastics.
GymnasticsZone is known for developing innovative gymnastics training systems, outstanding coaching clinics, complete gymnastics gym consulting, gym layout and design and gymnastics mental training systems.
This entry covers the topics Equipment
, Mens Gymnastics