Monthly Archives: March 2017
The best hairstyles for gymnasts are high ponytails or high buns. Being a gymnast requires a certain amount of professionalism and following these rules make the most professional looking gymnast possible, also some gyms/meets have certain parameters for gymnasts hair. So follow these rules to look professional and stay out of trouble:
-Ponytail sits at the crown of head so ponytail can be seen if looking gymnast head on.
-Ponytail above shoulders. If hair is too long, curls or a bun are desirable.
-Bangs out of face. If they need to be clipped up, have clips match hair or leotard. Mismatching clips looks unprofessional.
-Wear a scrunchie or bow that matches leotard. Plain rubberbands are just that, plain.
Here are some acceptable looks!
Do you or your young gymnast love to flip, tumble, and catch it all on video? If so, our 2017 Spring Into Spring Video Contest is for you!
How to Enter: Submit via email a 1-2 minute video of your young gymnast using one or more of Nimble Sports at-home gymnastics equipment products. Email videos to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email please put the gymnasts first name, and a parent or guardian contact name, phone number and email address.
Submissions will be accepted from now until 11:59pm est April 3rd, 2017. All video submissions may be used for promotional purposes. We will contact submissions chosen by the Nimble team for a finalist video compilation. Winners announced April 17th; if your video is chosen, you will win a $100 Visa gift card!
- Video must be shot horizontal or “wide screen” (Please do not edit the clips)
- Video must be submitted by parent/legal guardian via email to email@example.com
- Gymnasts must be between ages 4-12 on date of submission
- Equipment used must include at least 1 item from Nimble sports.
- Video must be 1-2 minutes in length and include the following:
- Gymnast introduce themselves with first name (ONLY) and age
- Gymnast says their TOP GOAL in gymnastics for this year
- Showcase funny or cool tricks (humor goes a long way)
- One submission per gymnast
Deadline for email submissions:
11:59p est April 3rd, 2017
Top video submissions announced April 17th:
Video Winners = $100 Visa Gift Card
1)The Ancient Greeks prepared their young men for war by doing gymnastics!
2) Women weren’t permitted to compete in gymnastic events until the 1920s.
3) Acrobatic gymnastics, which were once referred to as Sport Acrobatics, are a group gymnastic sport for men and women.
4) In the Olympics only women can compete in the Balance Beam and Uneven Bars.
5) Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson was the winning contestant on Dancing with the Stars in 2009.
6) Gabby Douglas is the first African American to win the individual all-around event.
7) Most major gymnasts start their careers as early as two years old!
8) Total Sportek ranked gymnastics the fourth hardest sport,only falling behind Boxing, MMA, and rugby.
9) Trampolining bounced into the Olympics in 2000
10) In 2012 the average age of the USA women’s gymnastics team was 17 while the average age of the men’s was 21.5
Did you already know some of these facts? Are there other interesting facts you’d like to share with us? Comment below!