Do You Know Gymnastics?

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Do You Know Gymnastics? - Quiz

Gymnastic is a sport that is better left for those of us who are flexible as the ones we see at the Olympics. Do you know gymnastics games and think you would be a great advisor to someone who wants to be a gymnast? Take up the challenging test below and see how much you know about gymnastics and whether you have the abilities to become a gymnast.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What does the phrase "Split the beam" mean?

    • A.

      You broke the beam

    • B.

      You fell on the beam with your legs apart, making you land on a place that hurts.

    • C.

      When you touch the beam

    Correct Answer
    B. You fell on the beam with your legs apart, making you land on a place that hurts.
    Explanation
    The phrase "Split the beam" means that you fell on the beam with your legs apart, causing discomfort or pain. It implies that the person landed in a way that is not ideal or comfortable, possibly resulting in injury or discomfort.

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  • 2. 

    YOu get a score...

    • A.

      One thru ten

    • B.

      Two thru fifty

    • C.

      One thru twenty

    • D.

      You dont get a score

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. One thru ten
    C. One thru twenty
    Explanation
    The answer "one thru ten, one thru twenty" suggests that you can receive a score ranging from one to ten or from one to twenty. This implies that there are different scoring systems or criteria in place, and depending on the specific situation or context, you may be assigned a score within these ranges.

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  • 3. 

    What do you put on your hands for bars?

    • A.

      Chalk

    • B.

      Apple pie

    • C.

      Grips

    • D.

      Nothing

    Correct Answer
    A. Chalk
    Explanation
    When gripping onto bars, such as pull-up bars or gymnastics bars, it is common to use chalk on your hands. Chalk helps to absorb moisture and improve grip, preventing your hands from slipping. Grips are also commonly used, especially in gymnastics, to protect the hands and provide additional grip. Apple pie and nothing are not relevant to the question and do not provide any assistance in gripping bars.

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  • 4. 

    How do you salute the judge after thay put one arm up?

    • A.

      YOu wave to them

    • B.

      You wink at them

    • C.

      YOu put both arms up

    • D.

      YOu start your routine

    Correct Answer
    C. YOu put both arms up
    Explanation
    When the judge puts one arm up, it is a signal for the participants to put both arms up as a sign of respect and acknowledgement. This is a common way to salute or show gratitude towards the judge for their role in the event. By putting both arms up, the participants are following the protocol and demonstrating their appreciation towards the judge.

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  • 5. 

    Do you use chalk on beam?

    • A.

      Yea

    • B.

      No

    Correct Answer
    A. Yea
    Explanation
    The given answer "yea" suggests that chalk is used on the beam. Chalk is commonly used in gymnastics to improve grip and prevent slipping. Gymnasts often apply chalk to their hands, feet, and other body parts to reduce moisture and increase friction on the beam, which helps them maintain control and stability during their routines.

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