gymnic

gymnic

(ˈdʒɪmnɪk)
adj
(Gymnastics) another word for gymnastic
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The transitions are preacrobatic gymnic elements, described as the passages from high positions, to medium and lower ones, explaining thus their slightly lower intensity levels, but also giving the gymnast the possibility to ,,escape" from the isometric prolonged periods of muscular contraction.
A Gymnic ball might be high on this fit pair's list, pounds 15, availalbe in his & hers colours, Habitat (0845 601 0740, www.
It had a rigid handle for the grip, and Cosani then redesigned and improved the jumping ball during the 80s after starting up a new company, Gymnic.
Stability balls are sold in many fitness and sporting-goods stores under brand names like Thera-Band and Gymnic.
Speaking of medicine balls, Minneapolis, MN-based OPTP (Orthopedic Physical Therapy Products) has introduced its Gymnic Swiss Balls and Gymnic Plus "Burst Resistant Quality" ball, a collection of heavy duty products, in assorted sizes, designed for rehab and high performance workouts.
Comparative analysis was made according to the following items: content (acrobatic and gymnic), duration of the dynamic and the slow parts, the duration of the acrobatic and gymnic parts, the elements difficulty, the design of the exercise presented in the contest (the use of the space), variety, creativity, expressiveness.
3, the trajectory and location of the acrobatic and gymnic difficulties in the compositions.
An increasing level of difficulties of both gymnic and acrobatic elements (especially pirouettes and leaps with turn);
High frequency of the same acrobatic and gymnic elements and binding
Reducing the number of gymnic binding and combinations
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