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Feel the music lightening up your mind, your body swirls as the chords rise. The hoop, the ball, the ribbons adorn the beautiful leotard that has already enthralled the audience. There may be science involved somewhere, but you are the epitome of beauty any artist can imagine.

Rhythmic gymnastics is the world of enchanting moves and polished floors. No bars or vaults are present to hinder your breath-taking swings. The music, and only one piece of apparatus is what makes your performance an artful masterpiece. If you love music, artistic expression, and whirling across the floor, there is nothing better than rhythmic gymnastics.

Every female can enjoy rhythmic gymnastics no matter what age or physique. On top of that, there is no need for any experience. The only requirements include passion, love for music and a desire to be creative with your body. Learn how to be graceful with the tools that will be your new friends for life (the hoop, the ball, the ribbon, the clubs and the rope). With dedication and passion, your skills will develop and you will be able to feel more comfortable with complex move routines. You can test your progress by participating in various competitions or just opt for fun, fitness and personal interest.

When art and sports combine to create perfect dance steps and you skilfully utilize different tools to perform spirals and roll, the ideals of rhythmic gymnastics become a mesmerizing reality.

Rhythmic Gymnastics:

• Creates strength and self-confidence for better performance in sports and life
• Enhances mind and body co-ordination and makes the body agile
• Enhances creativity, awareness and body balance
• Builds up flexibility and helps the body cope with life’s challenges in a better way
• Enhances mind power and body control for a healthy future

Rhythmic gymnastics is a must part of the gym routine for all women and girls. Learning the basics is easy, gaining experience by watching the professionals and learning new creative skills can help you gain confidence very quickly. Challenge yourself in local, national, or international competitions once you have mastered the art, or learn the basics and dance with a club for fun and keeping yourself fit.

The rhythmic gymnastics moves are performed individually or in a group of up to five gymnasts. The team coordination and the various apparatus used to complete exciting moves adds to the allure of this particular gym sport.

The competitive version of rhythmic gymnastics includes the use of following five gears:


The hoop is a circular hollow ring made up of either wood or plastic with smooth surface and an inner diameter range of 80cms to 90cms. The weight of the hoop is at minimum 300grams so that the hoop remains rigid and maintain its shape during the routine.

The hoop creates enough space that can be utilized by a rhythmic gymnast to perform attractive moves through various techniques such as passing through a moving hoop or rotating the hoop at high speed around a body part. Rapid body coordination is required as the gymnast quickly adjusts her posture according to the hoop rolling and rotation on the floor or around her body.


The ball has an outer diameter range of 18cms to 20cms and is made from rubber or other soft and bouncy synthetic material. The minimum weight of the ball must be 400 grams to support different body statures. Being the only apparatus that will not be held by the gymnast hands, the ball can only be balanced through the body. Such moves required complete command over body swirls and coordination with the gear. The beautiful contrast of brisk throws and precise soft catches makes such routines an unforgettable savour for sour eyes.


Made from wood or synthetic material, each club weighs 150 grams and can be 40cms to 50cms long. At last something to grab by the hands! The gymnast can perform a variety of moves with swings, rotations, throws and many other team and individual body moves that can result in a spectacular display. All the advance methods require higher degree of practice for coordination, rhythm, and unwavering precision.


The ribbon is actually a cloth piece attached to a stick which has a length in-between 50cms to 60cms with a diameter of 1cm. The stick is made from either wood, bamboo, plastic, or fiberglass while the ribbon is made from satin or a similar smooth and shiny material that doesn’t contain starch. The gear can weigh 35 grams and the ribbon is a minimum 6 metres long with a width in-between 4cms to 6cms.