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Gymnastics is a sport that requires balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination and endurance. Gymnastics helps develop muscle groups in the arms, legs, shoulders, back, chest and abdomen. Agility, accuracy, boldness, self-confidence and self-discipline are spiritual characteristics, which can also be developed through gymnastics. Gymnastics originated from the training skills used by the ancient Greeks, including riding and riding skills, as well as circus performance skills.

Most forms of competitive gymnastics are governed by the international gymnastics Foundation (fig). Each country has its own national governing body (BIW), which is part of Figure 2. Competitive rhythmic gymnastics is the most famous gymnastics project. It usually involves events of women's vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise, as well as men's movements of men's floor exercise, pommel horse, stationary ring, vault, parallel bars and horizontal bars.

Other disciplines of fig include rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline and wrestling, acrobatics, aerobics and Parkour. The disciplines not recognized by fig at present include wheeled gymnastics, aesthetic group gymnastics, men's rhythmic gymnastics, teamgym and mallakhamba. Participants include children aged 20 months who are engaged in body-building exercises and children's gymnastics, entertaining gymnasts aged 3 and above, competitive gymnasts with different skill levels and world-class athletes.

Rhythmic gymnastics is usually divided into men's gymnastics and women's gymnastics. Men compete in six events: floor exercise, pommel horse, stationary ring, vault, parallel bar and horizontal bar. Women compete in four events: vault, uneven bar, balance beam and floor exercise. In some countries, women once competed in rings, high bars and parallel bars (for example, in the Soviet Union in the 1950s).

In 2006, fig introduced a new score system for rhythmic gymnastics, and the score is no longer limited to 10 points. The system is used in elite level competitions in the United States. Unlike the old score code, it has two separate scores, an execution score and a difficulty score. In previous systems, the "execution score" was the only score. No more than 10.00 in the past and now, except for short-term practice. In the gymnast's performance, the referee only deducted this score. In elite gymnastics, the odds of falling, falling or falling are all 1.00. The introduction of difficulty score is a significant change. Gymnasts' difficulty scores depend on the elements they perform and may change if they do not perform or complete all the skills, or if they do not link the skills to be connected. Connecting rewards is the most common deviation between expected and actual difficulty scores because it can be difficult to connect multiple flight elements. Connecting skills is very difficult if the first skill is not executed correctly. The new points rule allows gymnasts to score higher points based on the skills they perform and the difficulty of their execution. There is no maximum difficulty score, because as the skill difficulty increases, the score can continue to increase.