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

Uneven Bars

Uneven Parallel Bars

One event in women’s gymnastics is the uneven bars.  This video montage shows how the uneven bars and routines have changed from the 1950’s to 2005.

Uneven bars are used in artistic gymnastics routines. The gymnast jumps from bar to bar and they are set at two different heights.

Unlike the men's parallel bars, the women's uneven bars are at different levels. The routine must have a flight element from the high bar to the low bar and also from the low bar to the high bar.

There must also be a flight element in the routine to the same bar and the gymnast must use at least two different grips and a close bar circle.

A turning handstand can also be added to the routine and the dismount has to be perfect.

Unlike a dance competition, the judges score this type of routine based on difficulty and execution. Form, technique and composition will gain points.

If a fall occurs, a full point is deducted and the gymnast has up to 30 seconds to get back on or else forfeit.

Kids can get a horizontal bar to start learning the bars.