Where do you get gymnastics floor music?

Where do you get gymnastics floor music?

FloorTracks.net is here for all of your gymnastics floor music needs! We pride ourselves on providing unique and inspiring music for today’s gymnast.

Can gymnasts use any music?

A. The musical accompaniment must be recorded with orchestra, piano or other instruments (without singing/voice). Human sounds are allowed, provided there are no words spoken or sung.

How long is a Level 7 floor routine?

One minute, 30 Seconds
Floor Routine Music Rules & Regulations One minute, 30 Seconds (1:30) for Levels 7,8,9, and 10. One minute, 15 seconds (1:15) for Level 6.

Do gymnasts pick their own music?

This is because most gymnasts don’t get custom compositions or mixes; instead they must choose music for their so-called optional (i.e. individual) routines from a selection of pre-recorded tracks from companies that specialize in taking the pop hits of the day, sucking out their souls and lyrics, and then recutting …

Are male or female gymnasts better?

Men typically perform tumbling passes that demand more strength. Women’s routines tend to be more artistic and dance-like, sometimes telling a story, whereas a priority for men’s routines is to display strength. (The women’s score also includes a spot for artistry on the balance beam.)

Why do women’s floor routines have music?

“Women were expected to do soft, rhythmic, flowing, graceful movements that emphasized beauty and flexibility. This is why they perform to music, and the men don’t. Men’s floor routines were expected to emphasize strength instead.”

Can a gymnast Skip Level 7?

A gymnast must score a “score-out” minimum score at Level 5 in order to complete Level 7. Currently, to compete Level 7, a gymnast needs an AA score of 32.00 at either Level 5 or 6. This is unique to level 7, as level 6 may be skipped if a 32.00 or higher was achieved at Level 5.