Women's Gymnastics

Gold Medal Winner

Anastasia Liukin

Floor Over The Years

Floor Routine - Alicia

Balance Beam

Uneven Bars

Vault 1

Vault 2

Gymnastics Mats

Gymnastics Tumbling Mats for Home Use

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Love Rhythm

Rhythm Montage

Rhythm With Props

Olympics 2008

More Olympics

Tamara Yerofeeva

Rhythm Training

Kids and More

Kids Who Rip

Gym Training

Shawn Johnson

Cool Moves

Awesome Skill

Gym / Dance Moves


Men's Gymnastics

Men's Montage

Parallel Bars

High Bar


Pommel Horse

Floor Routine


Men's Acrobatics

Chinese Show

European Show

Cirque Show

Hallway Swimming

Other Gymnastics

Headstands - HowTo

How Body Copes

Swing and Roll

Funny Floor Routine

Funny Uneven Bars

Shawn Dancing

Hand Walking

Balance Beam

Balance Beam

Watch U.S. Olympic team member Alicia Sacramone on her 2008 final beam routine. 

Alicia fell on right at the beginning, but managed to keep going & give a solid performance.  Just goes to show you – anyone can mess up – but champions keep going!

olympics 2012 aliciain addition to Anastasia Liukin, Alicia is an Olympic hopeful for the 2012 games in London, England.

U.S. Senior Women’s National Team

15 members will go to London including these 2 athletes.

Alicia was also suffering an injury (torn Achille's heel) but is back. She is a perfectionist and works very hard. Her previous accomplishments including being captain of the 2008 Olympic team. She is now age 24 (senior age for an Olympic gymnast) and is in top form.

The balance beam apparatus is made to FIG standards, but some training facilities use carpeted beams for training to prevent injury.

A time limit of 1 1/2 minutes on the beam for a routine is imposed by FIG rules. They get a warning tone at 1 minute and 20 seconds with a second tone at the 1 1/2 minute mark (which then leads to a score deduction).

Kids can get a balance beam to start practicing at home.