There are few tips and tricks before setting gymnastics moves with music. Music has the ability to create positive vibes around you. Energetic music passes enthusiasm to the performers, thereby boosting their performance. Gymnastics floor music can be devoid of lyrics, but its melody has the ability to enhance the agility of the body. There are various ways to learn how to acquaint the body with particular music. The music provides a background sound that appeals to the viewers as well.
Tips for Performers
Good music provides a medium that enables graceful movements, thereby enjoying the sport to the maximum. There has been a considerable improvisation on gymnastics performance techniques. Earlier, more stress was laid on the techniques, but today, the introduction of music has accentuated the grace of performing the art. Gymnastics clubs and coaching centers play floor music in a routine. With subtle choreography, the performance becomes more entertaining. Basically, the music is more instrumental than lyrical.
- You must learn the music completely before you start performance along with it. You must memorize every bit of the music, including its crescendo, chorus, and pause.
- Once you have completely memorized the music, take help of your trainer to set your moves according to the tune. Choreograph your progressions according to the flow of the music.
- Observe your footage and agility. Practice the movements until you attain perfection. Watch yourself while you perform.
- Take help from your coach in case you have any difficulty.
Floor music varies depending on the type of art you are performing. It can be artistic, trampoline, rhythmic or tumbling. Music for sports gymnastics also varies. The most popular types played are pop, hip-hop, classical, or rock. Techno music from Germany and England are very much played too. Authentic folk music from China, Rome, Italy, and Greece are also loved by acrobatic performers. Youngsters of this generation are more fond of hard rock to semi-hard rock. They derive immense energy and enthusiasm out of this genre.
- Carry On
- A More Beautiful Morning Will Come
- Tuxedo Night
- My Only Love
- Moonlight Densetsu
- Sailor Star Song
- Flame Sniper
- I am Sailor Moon
- Fire Soul Love
- Ai Kotoba ha Moon Prism Power Make Up
- La Soldier
- Moon Revenge
- My Only Love
- Sailor Moon Christmas
- Route Venus
- Sailor Moon Christmas
- Someday, Somebody
- Sunshine Moonlight
- We Believe You
- Starlight ni Kisu Shite
- Sailor Team's Theme
- It's My Life by Bon Jovi
- One Week by Barenaked Ladies
- Ocean Avenue by Yellowcard
- Dance, Dance by Fall Out Boy
- Lifestyle of the Rich and the Famous by Good Charlotte
- Semi-Charmed Life by Third Eye Blind
- This is How a Heart Breaks by Rob Thomas
- Faint by Linkin Park
- One Step Closer by Linkin Park
- Touch (remix) by Amerie
- When I Dip, You Dip by Freak Nasty
- Upgrade U by Beyonce Knowles
- Milkshake by Kelis
- Promiscuous Girl by Nelly ft. Timbaland
- Back That Ass Up by Juvenile
- Toxic by Britney Spears
- What You Waiting For by Gwen Stefani
- Like I Love You by Justin Timberlake
- Billie Jean by Michael Jackson
- Smooth Criminal by Michael Jackson
- God is a DJ by Pink
- Girlfriend by Avril Lavigne
- Objection (Tango) by Shakira
- Eye of the Tiger by Survivor
- No Easy Way Out by Robert Tepper
- Pain by Jimmy Eat World
- U+ Ur Hand by Pink
- Hung Up by Madonna
- Lose Yourself by Eminem
Never hurry or select the music randomly. You are bound to achieve routine success if you choose the right music for your moves. You should personally enjoy the music and establish an emotional connection with the beats. Your each leap and turn should coordinate with the floor music. Last but not the least, do not be hasty while performing along with the music.