简介

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Aerobic gymnastics or sport aerobics is a competitive sport originating from traditional aerobics in which complex, high-intensity movement patterns and elements of varying difficulty are performed to music.

Contents  
1 Nature of the game
2 Competitive aerobic gymnastics
2.1 FIG aerobics
2.2 National Aerobic Championships
3 References
3.1 FISAF aerobics
4 External links

Nature of the game 

The performance area is 7 metres (23 ft) square for juniors or 10 metres (33 ft) square for adults and for aero dance and step.

In International competition there are 7 different events: Individual Women, Individual Men, Mixed Pairs, Trios, Group (five athletes), Step and Dance (both eight athletes). The last four are regardless of the Genders of the athletes.

The performances are made up of four groups of elements. The routine must be performed entirely to music.

In the competition, there are specific requirements regarding the outfit, the number of elements performed, the number of lifts performed, the number of elements performed on the floor and much more.

Performances are scored in the following areas: artistry, execution, difficulty and the chair of the judges panel determines the final score deductions based on deductions that change with each code of points.

The long-term ultimate goal of the sport of aerobic gymnastics is to be included in the Olympic Games.

Competitive aerobic gymnastics 

FIG aerobics 

The competitive aerobic gymnastics are governed by the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG). The FIG designs the Code of Points and regulates all aspects of international elite competition. Within individual countries, gymnastics is regulated by national federations. In 1995, the FIG recognised sport aerobics as a new competitive gymnastics discipline, organised judges and coaches courses and launched the 1st Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships in Paris (34 countries). In 1997, the IWGA (International World Games Association) included Aerobic Gymnastics in its programme of the 5th World Games (Lahti, Finland).[1] Since 1999 The European Union of Gymnastics has been conducting Aerobic European Gymnastics Championships in all uneven years.[2] Leading nations who have provided World Medallists are: Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, France, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Romania, Russia and Spain.[1]

National Aerobic Championships 

The National Aerobic Championships is a competition of aerobic gymnastics started in 1984 in the United States. Founded by Sport Fitness International, it was the first major championships in the sport predating the Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships by 11 years. From 1988 onwards the individual events were separated by gender. The sport became popular around the world after it gained popularity in the USA when major championships were aired on ESPN during the height of the fitness movement in the USA.

References[edit]
icon Gymnastics portal
^ Jump up to: a b Federation Internationale de Gymnastique Archived July 5, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. History of Aerobic Gymnastics with the FIG:
Jump up ^ European Union of Gymnastics[permanent dead link] History of Aerobic Gymnastics


FISAF aerobics 

The Federation of International Sports, Aerobics and Fitness (FISAF) is an international non-profit "umbrella organization" active in over 40 countries. It is self-described as "the largest fitness industry organisation in the world" and "the largest instructor certification agency in the world".



External links 

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aerobic gymnastics.
The Association of National Aerobics Championships (ANAC)
http://www.fig-gymnastics.com/site/site/miniSiteNews?id=14712
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