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catou

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So Quebec province is kind of switching to JO program. Kind of, because we're using the JO code and the Level 4 to 10 categories. Lower than that is the regional circuit (4 different levels R2 to R5, with the last one having some options the gymnasts can do to get to a 10.0 start value). I'm going to coach R5.

I'm having a bit of trouble planning the upcoming weeks as I don't have the code and we really don't have a lot of info yet. Could someone tell me what are the skills in groups 5, 6 and 7 on beam?

Thanks!
 

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So Quebec province is kind of switching to JO program. Kind of, because we're using the JO code and the Level 4 to 10 categories. Lower than that is the regional circuit (4 different levels R2 to R5, with the last one having some options the gymnasts can do to get to a 10.0 start value). I'm going to coach R5.

I'm having a bit of trouble planning the upcoming weeks as I don't have the code and we really don't have a lot of info yet. Could someone tell me what are the skills in groups 5, 6 and 7 on beam?

Thanks!
5 is compulsory, 6 & 7 are optional levels. There is an app with the compulsory book, and the JO Optional code is an iBook. These levels will be in 2 different books, so if you're using the hard copy, you need both of them.
 

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So Quebec province is kind of switching to JO program. Kind of, because we're using the JO code and the Level 4 to 10 categories. Lower than that is the regional circuit (4 different levels R2 to R5, with the last one having some options the gymnasts can do to get to a 10.0 start value). I'm going to coach R5.

I'm having a bit of trouble planning the upcoming weeks as I don't have the code and we really don't have a lot of info yet. Could someone tell me what are the skills in groups 5, 6 and 7 on beam?

Thanks!
Group 5 is holds and stands (like scales, planches, and handstands)
Group 6 is rolls (like forward, backward, or sideward rolls)
Group 7 is walkovers, cartwheels, etc.
 

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Group 5 is holds and stands (like scales, planches, and handstands)
Group 6 is rolls (like forward, backward, or sideward rolls)
Group 7 is walkovers, cartwheels, etc.
Lol! I read that one wrong! I wish I could delete it before everyone else tells me about it.
 

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@GAgymmom do not worry about it. You attempted to help someone, mistakes happen. People who chose to correct everyone have their own internal issues they should be focusing on.
 
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If you give us some more specifics of the rules/parameters of R5, what kind of skills are competed in R5(is there difficulty minimum or maximum restrictions?), so we have some reference, we can tell you better what some group 5/6/7 skills on beam might be appropriate to train.
 
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catou

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If you give us some more specifics of the rules/parameters of R5, what kind of skills are competed in R5(is there difficulty minimum or maximum restrictions?), so we have some reference, we can tell you better what some group 5/6/7 skills on beam might be appropriate to train.
We really don't have a lot of info. I only have the list of skills that must be included in the routines. What I know fit on one page... and that includ every events. For sure, it has to be A skills. Choregraphies aren't compulsory as is the order of the skills. A good R5 girl would be about the same level as a JO5 or 6.
 

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We really don't have a lot of info. I only have the list of skills that must be included in the routines. What I know fit on one page... and that includ every events. For sure, it has to be A skills. Choregraphies aren't compulsory as is the order of the skills. A good R5 girl would be about the same level as a JO5 or 6.
Ok, JO 5's and 6's have A's and B's so here are the most common of those groups:

Group 5 (holds and stands)
A's - Scale, leg fwd, bkwd or sideward, held 2 sec
Needle scale
Handstand, held 2 sec
B's - Scale in releve, held 2 sec
Clear pike sit

Group 6 - (rolls)
A's - fwd roll
Bkwd roll
B's - Handstand fwd roll
Back extension roll

Group 7 - (walkovers, cartwheels)
A's - Cartwheel
Back walkover
Tic toc
B's - Front walkover
Front handspring
Dive cartwheel
Round off
Back handspring
 
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