How to choose a perfect leotard
Rhythmic gymnastics is a difficult and technical sport which requires the participants to concentrate and work hard to get good results. And it's important that gymnasts dress in the correct leotard for the performance and that the equipment is appropriate. The International Gymnastics Federation has guidelines concerning the gymnasts’ attire and apparatus specifications to ensure the safety during the training and performance.
Leotard of success
Fashion in rhythmic gymnastics is changing all the time. So the leotards can be of all kinds, depending on shape, fabrics, style etc. Many gymnasts have different leotards for different occasions. Training leotards are usually simple, made of flexible lycra-based fabric or smooth velour that keeps gymnasts cool during the training. Fabric for competition leotards may depend on the discipline, but as a rule, the foil lycra is used, with added glitter, diamante and hologram fabric. Many gymnasts like to perform in flashy leotards which to stand out from their competitors.
Comfort is important
Comfortable leotard is crucial for the best performance in rhythmic gymnastics. A perfect leotard can be designed by yourself at our site with the help of the measuring guide. It helps you to take right measurements of the length of your torso as well as the waist and bust. Do not forget that leotard for rhythmic gymnastics should be adequate and shadow-proof.
Take your coach’s advice
When choosing or designing a leotard it is important to listen to your coach’s advice. Your coach is more experienced in gymnastics than you, so you may get some useful tips concerning the color and model of your leotard. Coach also could know how comfortable is the leotard you want to order, and what pattern to use to make your leotard correspond with the music and idea of your performance.
Hope, our tips will help you to design an extraordinary leotard which will be perfect for you. Wish you good luck in leotard designing and competitions!
01 Sep 2016 at 06:00
01 Sep 2016 at 06:00
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