level 9 bar routines

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RileyKay

i will be a level 9 next year
what are some skills i will need to have for bars??
 

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First of all, Great job! Progressing to level 9 is a big step in gymnastics, you are obviously both committed and talented. Most people never make it that far.

Thie differences in bars for level 9, to level 8 are as follows (These will be the differences from the 2009/2010 competition season which is the one I am pressuming you are wrking towards)

1. You need 2 bar changes in your routine, but in level 8 you only needed 1.
2. You need a flight element that is at least B value
3. You need either a second different flight element that is at least C value or an element with a 180 turn that is at least C value
4. You need a B value dismount (in level 8 you only needed an A)

Also in level 9 your routine is not automatically out of 10, it is out of 9.7 if you have all the base requirements. You must make up the extra 0.3 in connections.
 
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My daughter does kip,squat on.Jump to highbar.1/2 pirouette,kip,cast,overshoot.Kip,squat on.Giant,giant,doubleback.Her SV is 9.7.
 

gymkat

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If we're giving example routines, then my base routine last year was:
kip squat on, straddle back, kip cast hand, clear hip hand, toe hecht, kip cast hand, giant, giant, flyaway full (9.8 SV)

and I'm working toward:
kip squat on, kip cast hand, clear hip hand, blind to overgrip, bail, kip squat on, kch, giant, giant flyaway full (10 SV)
 
Umm, sorry if this is a dumb question, but what is a bail? I've heard it used for bars before, but the only thing I can think of is like bailing out of a skill (very bad to do), so I'm assuming that that's not correct.
 
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