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Aug 10, 2008
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I coach a level 3 and 4 rhythmic team. We are a mostly for fun team but we go to 1 or two meets a year. My oldest two girls are both 13 and one is a L3 and one's a L4. The 13 year old L3 just started this year, has no gymnastics experience, but did have some dance training. She knows that she'll be the only Jr. level 3 at meets and that the rest of the girls in her level are in the 6-9 age range, but she is having fun and doesn't care. I would look for a program and go for it, rhythmic is an awsome sport and even if you don't compete it's alot of fun.
 
Jan 7, 2009
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There is no age limit but like in artistic it's obviously easiest when you start young... BUT as I coach I've coached up to 60 year olds so I don't think you need to worry ;)
 
Oct 24, 2008
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I start doing rhythmic. I know that is a little bit crazy now that I train for the "elite team" in my gym, but I want to do it. I did rhythmic when I was little but I quite because the Artistic trainings become harder and I was so much better at that sport, so I prefer doing Artistic. But now that I need less hours of train to have the level that I must have I start again with rhythmic. The three firsts weeks were horrific (I don't know if that word is ok) but know things are going better
 
May 24, 2009
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Australia!!
As some people have already said it is better to start early, I am currently 14 and have been doing rg for 10 years, i guess it depends if you are starting rhythmic straight up or if you have come from another sport. A girl who used to do artistic started rhythmic and they immediatly put her up to level 5. So i guess it depends on your previous experience. Tell me how it goes!
 
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