top of page

Floor Exercise Routines

Floor Exercise

Competitive Gymnastics

Champion athletes aren’t just born - they’re selected, trained, molded, and tested. At Explosion Gymnastics, Alberta & Saskatchewan's top competitive gymnastic gym and academy, we hone raw talent into maturity with quality coaching, personalized training plans, and a true love of the sport. Teamwork, perseverance, sportsmanship - those are the hallmarks of Explosion Gymnastics Competitive Team.

Floor Exercise Routines

Spring Floor Gymnastics

Competitive gymnastics is a sport that requires great strength, flexibility, and coordination. Floor exercise routines are choreographed to music and performed on a spring floor. Gymnasts must be able to execute complex flips, turns, and twists while maintaining control and balance.

Spring floor gymnastics are performed on a spring floor, which allows for higher bounces and more explosive movements than a traditional gym floor. Coordination and timing are vital in order for gymnasts to execute the routine flawlessly.

Gymnastics routines are judged on several factors, including difficulty, execution, and artistry. Gymnasts must be able to execute the routine with precision and power in order to score well. Scoring in competitive gymnastics is based on a 10.0 point system. The highest score that can be given for a routine is a 10.0, and the lowest score is a 0.0. Scores are given for difficulty, execution, and artistry.

Difficulty is judged on the level of skills performed in the routine. The more difficult the skills, the higher the score will be. Execution is judged on how well the gymnast performs the routine with fluidity and control. Artistry is judged on how well the routine is choreographed and how well it tells a story.

Gymnasts must strive for perfection in order to achieve the highest scores possible. However, even small mistakes can result in deductions from their final score.

Gymnastics is a sport that requires dedication, hard work, and discipline. Gymnasts who are willing to put in the time and effort will be rewarded with success in the competitive arena.

When training for competitive gymnastics, it is important to work with a qualified coach who can help you develop the skills needed to succeed. A good training program will include a mix of strength training, flexibility training, and conditioning. Practicing routines regularly will also help you master the skills needed to perform your best on competition day.

bottom of page