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  Rhythmic gymnastics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rhythmic gymnasts from Greece in the 2000 Sydney Olympics
Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport in which single competitors or groups of two or more manipulate five types of apparatus: Ball, Clubs, Hoop, Ribbon, and Rope.
Rhythmic gymnastics grew out of the 19th-century Swedish system of free exercise developed by Peter Henry Ling, who promoted "aesthetic gymnastics", in which students expressed their feelings and emotions through bodily movement.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rhythmic_gymnastics   (690 words)

 Rhythmicgymnastics.ca - Ottawa Rhythmic Gymnastics Club
Rhythmic Gymnastics is one of the most beautiful and precise Olympic Sports.
The benefits of Rhythmic Gymnastics to girls in their formative years include physical fitness, self-discipline, positive self-esteem, lasting friendships, team skills, fun and a healthy lifestyle that the gymnast will sustain for life.
In the absence of extremely difficult acrobatic elements used in Artistic Gymnastics, the movements in Rhythmic Gymnastics are elegant, expressive, precise and graceful.
www.goldenbridge.ca /rhythmic/gym.htm   (394 words)

 About Rhythmic Gymnastics
Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport which combines dance and gymnastics with the use of balls, hoops, ribbons, ropes, and clubs.
There seems to be many theories about the origins of rhythmic gymnastics, but one such theory is that it began in Scandinavia during the 19th century when two schools of gymnastics went their separate ways, thus resulting in this sport.
Another widely accepted belief is that rhythmic was actually created by American dancer Isadora Duncan, who was famous for dancing around stage with scarves.Originally developed to provide an overall physical fitness program for girls and women of all ages, RG mostly evolved during the 1950's.
members.tripod.com /rhythmicillusions/id6.html   (797 words)

 Yoga, Pranayama, Breathing Exercise, Rhythmic Breathing, Breathing for relaxation
Rhythmic breathing, as well as correct concentration and meditation, can bring about a great change in both your physical and mental state and serve as a step toward spiritual unfolding.
Rhythmic breathing is done in the same way as deep breathing, but it is timed to the rhythm of your heartbeat.
The yogi rule for rhythmic breathing is that the units of inhalation and exhalation should be the same, while the units for retention and between breaths should be half that of inhalation and exhalation; that is, a ratio of 2:1:2:1.
www.holistic-online.com /Yoga/hol_yoga_breathing-Rhythmic.htm   (1003 words)

 Rhythmic Gymnastics, by the RhythmicMom
Nov 3, 2006 - The Rhythmic Education Fund Board Members are pleased to announce the (5) qualified and deserving 2006 Award Winners receiving scholarships in the amount of $1000 each.
Sept 10, 2006 - The Rhythmic Group Championships will be held in Cincinatti, OH on Dec 16.
The rhythmic program is planning on using the results of the US Nationals in August 2006.
www.rhythmicmom.com   (1546 words)

 Teaching Rhythmic Gymnastics - Human Kinetics
Rhythmic gymnastics offers a unique blend of music, movement, and apparatus that challenges students to discover their bodies’ capabilities.
Rhythmic gymnastics is an enjoyable sport that develops fitness, inspires creativity, and enables every child to work at his or her own level.
She discovered rhythmic gymnastics at the age of 19 (the time of her retirement from competitive artistic gymnastics), and she has been actively promoting the sport ever since.
www.humankinetics.com /products/showproduct.cfm?isbn=0736042423   (839 words)

 Rhythmic Contemporary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rhythmic Contemporary, also known as Rhythmic Top 40, Rhythmic Contemporary Hit Radio and "Rhythmic Crossover," is a music radio format that includes of a mix of dance, and upbeat rhythmic pop, hip-hop, and RandB hits.
On June 25, 1997, it was renamed the Rhythmic Top 40 chart as a way to distinguish stations that continue to play a broad based rhythmic mix from those whose mix leaned heavily toward RandB and Hip-Hop.
For years since its inception, the Rhythmic name has been a source of confusion among music trades, especially in both Billboard (which used the Rhythmic Top 40 title) and Radio and Records (which use the CHR/Rhythmic title for their official charts).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rhythmic   (1231 words)

 Rhythmic Gymnastic Center Russe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Rhythmic gymnastics combines the athletic grace of gymnastics, an interpretive performance to fine music, and the visual excitement of vibrantly colored apparatus.
Rhythmic gymnastic is floor exercise that combines creative body movements to portray the participant's interpretation of their selected music with variety of hand apparatus to enhance visual display.
Unlike artistic gymnastics, the aim of rhythmic gymnastics is not to do gravity-defying stunts, but to project grace, beauty, and the coordination of the moving body and the moving apparatus.
www.orgsites.com /mn/rhythmicrusse   (222 words)

 Rhythmic Activities and Dance (book)
In Rhythmic Activities and Dance, authors John Price Bennett and Pamela Coughenour Riemer, noted authorities on teaching dance, prove that dance is a great way to help your students get fit and have fun.
Rhythmic Activities and Dance follows the guidelines for developmentally appropriate physical education described by the Council on Physical Education for Children for the National Association of Sport and Physical Education (an association of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance).
Rhythmic Activities and Dance helps you lead your students to fun and fitness through high-quality, developmentally appropriate rhythmic activities and dance.
www.onlinesports.com /pages/I,HK-0-87322-718-2.html   (1083 words)

 Sampo Rhythmic Gymnastics Club - Club News
Rhythmic gymnastics may not be one of the most popular pastimes in Sudbury, but a small group of area girls have taken great strides in rescuing the sport from obscurity.
The only rhythmic gymnastics team in northeastern Ontario, the Sudbury club was up against stiff competition from the south, including the winning team from Toronto, she said.
Rhythmic gymnastics has a large following in Europe and many of the top gymnasts in the world are from former Eastern Bloc countries.
www.geocities.com /samporgc/news.htm   (5219 words)

 Olympic Preview: Rhythmic Gymnastics
Rhythmic gymnastics routines should last between 75 and 90 seconds and the gymnasts are penalized for every second they finish over or under the time allotment.
While mainstream or artistic gymnastics is performed on an apparatus like the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor, rhythmic gymnastics, a strictly female event, is performed with an apparatus.
The five disciplines in rhythmic gymnastics, once called modern gymnastics, are rope, hoop, ball, ribbon, and clubs.
www.infoplease.com /spot/ol-rhythmicgym.html   (320 words)

 Rhythmic Gymnastics Program at New England Sports Academy
Rhythmic Gymnastics is a unique combination of Dance, Ballet and Art interlaced with gymnastics.
It is a sport that harmonizes body movement with grace and beauty of dance and music, while working with ribbons, balls, hoops, ropes and clubs in a choreographed dance-and-tumble routine.
Rhythmic gymnastics is performed on a floor area and is split into five disciplines each performed with a hand held pieces of equipment, a ball, hoop, rope, ribbon or clubs to a piece of music.
www.rhythmicstars.com   (385 words)

 Rhythmic Movement Dance Series
Through the somatic process of moving their bodies enthusiastically, dynamically and rhythmically in time through space in the classroom and outdoors, the students have learned basic academic skills of patterns and rhythms in language, reading, math, and the social skills of cooperation and collaboration.
For the sake of categorization, modern is the more appropriate label, though I learned the 16 basic rhythmic movements in ballet classes with Carol Lynn, who had a Denishawn (Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn) influence.
During the 1972-1973 school year I taught rhythmic movement and dance weekly at a preschool in Annapolis, Maryland - doing the research for what I later published as Rhythmic Movement for Toddlers and Preschoolers.
www.susankramer.com /DanceSeries.html   (1174 words)

 USAGO: 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials Rhythmic
At the Olympic Trials, one rhythmic gymnast will be selected to represent the USA in the individual competition, and six gymnasts will be chosen to form the U.S. entry into the group competition.
Per the selection procedures, her scores from day two of the 1996 Rhythmic National Championships are used for her score at Trials.
The rhythmic group performed two routines: one with five hoops, and one with three ribbons and two balls.
www.usa-gymnastics.org /events/1996/trials/rhythmic.html   (638 words)

 Rhythmic Forms of Persian Art Music
There are various rhythmic compositions in Persian art music, sung by vocalists and played by instrumentalists, including percussionists, usually tonbak players.
Zarbi here means rhythmic and is a generic term for any kind of rhythmic composition.
The job of the avazkhan was to sing the non-rhythmic compositions of vocal radif, while the tasnifkhan was to sing the rhythmic compositions of Persian art music, i.e.
www.rhythmweb.com /persia/forms.htm   (807 words)

 Los Angeles School of Gymnastics - RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS TEAM AND CLASSES
Rhythmic Gymnastics is an Olympic sport exclusive to girls that has elements of superior flexibility and coordination in conjunction with the use of apparatus that includes the ball, ribbon, clubs, hoop and rope.
For many decades, Rhythmic Gymnastics served as a popular school sport in Europe due to the incorporation of specialized training that includes ballet, dance, creative body movement and the use of dazzling outfits and decorated apparatus (similar to Cirque Du Soleil).
Svirsky in conjunction with the "LA Lights Rhythmic Department" at the Los Angeles School of Gymnastics still holds the highest ranked Olympic athlete in the history of the sport.
www.lagymnastics.com /rhythmic.html   (470 words)

 Rhythmic Solutions - Interactive Percussion Dynamics :: Drumming, Drum circles, Team Building events in Durban, ...
Drumming is an ancient musical form used by various cultures for centuries as a way of energizing, communicating and bonding the communities involved.
Rhythmic Solutions is a professional drumming company that provides clients with an array of exciting, fun filled
By using expert facilitation techniques any group regardless of musical expertise can be rhythmically synchronised to form a unit that showcases team spirit and group dynamics whilst having the time of their lives.
www.rhythmic.co.za   (114 words)

 Men Rhythmic Gymnastics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Rhythmic Gymnastics is a competitive sport under the authority of F.I.G. (International Gymnastics Federation).
These activities were named Rhythmic Gymnastics due to its resemblance to the FIG rhythmic gymnastics framework and characteristics.
As of year 2002, in Japan, there are 1000 Rhythmic gymnasts ranging from school children to adults.
www.eliterg.com /eliterg/menrg   (451 words)

When rhythmic gymnastics first caught the attention of the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG) in the middle of the 20th century, its devotees were calling it "modern gymnastics".
Rhythmic gymnastics (performed with an apparatus) is strictly a women's competition.
The gymnasts, accompanied by music, perform on a 13-metre-square floor area with rope, hoop, ball, clubs and ribbon.
www.olympic.org /uk/sports/programme/disciplines_uk.asp?DiscCode=GR   (160 words)

 Rhythmic Solutions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Rhythmic Solutions appreciates the opportunity to work with you in an effort to deliver a professionally designed technical solution.
Rhythmic Solutions recognizes that the digital marketplace has intensified the focus on exploiting new and creative ways for leveraging technology to benefit the community.
Rhythmic Solutions will bring to bear its expertise in web design, application development, and network engineering to help you reach your immediate goals and make this initiative a successful one.
www.rhythmicsolutions.com   (229 words)

 Rhythmic Gymnastics Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The biggest difference between rhythmic gymnastics and the highly popular artistic gymnastics is that instead of performing on an apparatus, in rhythmic one performs with an apparatus.
The emphasis in rhythmic is much more on beauty and grace, flexibility and dexterity, with everything from ribbons to hoops to ropes.
She is the current two-time defending national rhythmic gymnastics champion.
www.chron.com /content/chronicle/sports/oly/spc/5/other/rhythpre.0-0.html   (198 words)

 Rhythmic Force
Located in Austin, TX, Rhythmic Force is a nonprofit indoor percussion organization in its second year of operation.
We are proud to announce that Rhythmic Force is the official drum line of the Austin Wranglers, which is the arena football team in Austin, Texas.
More importantly, Rhythmic Force hopes to create tomorrow's community leaders by showing these young students what they can accomplish with the power of hard work, discipline and a positive attitude.
www.rhythmicforce.org   (296 words)

 USA Gymnastics Online: Rhythmic Program Spotlights 2005
Rotations are now available for the 2007 Rhythmic Invitational and Challenge, February 14-18 in Colorado Springs, Colo. We would also like to remind everyone that the level 7 and 8 artistry difficulty forms have been reinstated for this year.
The staff and coaches were excited to have beautiful sunny weather this year, while the gymnasts were disappointed that they couldn’t run and play in the snow...
Rhythmic J.O. Judges Study Guide – A study guide is now available for those individual’s who plan to take one of the Rhythmic J.O. judging tests.
www.usa-gymnastics.org /rhythmic   (402 words)

 Rhythmic Illusions
Rhythmic gymnastics is a branch of gymnastics which combines dance and acrobatic skills with the use of balls, hoops, ribbons, ropes, and clubs.
The sport is huge in Europe--offered as a collegiate sport in some countries--and draws spectators in a similar way that baseball does for American sports fans.
We began with three girls in 2004 and have now grown to two teams with almost thirty gymnasts, have competed in State, Regional, and National competitions, and have become one of the largest rhythmic clubs in NJ and the only 4-H rhythmic gymnastics club in the United States.
members.tripod.com /rhythmicillusions/index.html   (227 words)

 Dolmetsch Online - Music Theory Online - Rhythmic Variety
Defining rhythmic patterns in these terms is central to the performance of measured sections of Notre Dame organum, polyphonic conductus and late 12th- and 13th-century motet.
This convention of rhythmic inequality is associated with slow movements, and should apply only to the notes that divide the main pulse or beat in two.
In early music, this term hemiola meant the ratio of 3:2, employed musically in two senses: the ratio of the perfect fifth, whose musical value is 3:2, and the rhythmic relation of three notes in the time of two, i.e.
www.dolmetsch.com /musictheory20.htm   (1974 words)

 Dr. Hauschka Rhythmic Night Conditioner - Organic Skin Care, Natural Skin Care Products   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
When skin is out of balance (too oily, dry or sensitive, or during periods of stress and transition) apply Rhythmic Night Conditioner in the evening instead of Facial Toner or Clarifying Toner.
Dr.Hauschka Rhythmic Night Conditioners is a specific and dynamic preparation for the night.
Rhythmic Night Conditioner is especially beneficial during times of transition, for example, when making a transition to Dr.Hauschka skin care preparations or during seasonal changes, long distance travel or changes of diet.
www.saffronrouge.com /skin-care/facial-masks-treatments/Rhythmic-Night-Conditioner   (289 words)

 EliteRG.com - Resources for rhythmic gymnastics
In rhythmic gymnastics, music is an integral part of the routine.
Many think of rhythmic gymnastics only as the sport of rhythmic gymnastics as in the Olympics.
However, rhythmic gymnastics can also be used for the family of sports that includes Special Olympics, Aethestic Group Gymnastics, martial gym and men's rhythmic gymnastics - each with their own competition rules.
www.eliterg.com   (227 words)

 Gymnasts Rhythmic Gymnastics Sports
Calcutta TelegraphAssam gymnasts on tourCalcutta Telegraph, India - Jan 17, 2007According to the secretary of the association, HKM Rahman, a five-member team of rhythmic gymnasts (women) has been sent on an exposure tour to Patiala from...
Punjab gymnasts training for Jr Nationals and National GamesPunjabNewsline.com, India - Jan 10, 2007The rhythmic gymnasts will be attending coaching camp in Amritsar.
Rhythmic: Keerat Kular (Amritsar), Prabhjot Bawa (Patiala), Manveet Saluja (Amritsar),...
www.iaswww.com /ODP/Sports/Gymnastics/Rhythmic/Gymnasts   (309 words)

 YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
Rhythmic Coughing playing Rhythmic Coughing live at The Magnet, Liverpool.
BEING a rhythmic gymnast is not easy, especially when you have to get to grips with an array of equipment.
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www.youtube.com /results?search_query=Rhythmic   (159 words)

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