My daughter just finished her Level 4 season and did very, very well. Throughtout the entire season, she scored in the 37's all around and even in the 38's all around one time. She is a very talented gymnast by her coach's standards and did exceptional at states. Her coach considered having her compete in level 5 season right away and proceed to level 6 in the summer months, but decided it might burn her out to move so quickly. My fear is that if she trains level 5 for an entire year, she may get bored. She alreay has all of the level 5 skills and knows all of the routines for level 5, although they need polishing to compete. I am kinda on the fence. If she competes level 5 now, she would not score as well as she is used to scoring, but if she moves to level 5 for an entire year, I am afraid she will get bored. Any suggestions? I have no desire to rush her through the levels because she is only a very young 9, but I don't want her to lose interest from boredom either.