Gymnastics people have a very strong body regularly, not only that, a gymnast's body is very flexible, in some countries gymnastics is taught in school as a part of the course. Gymnastics is associated with games based on strength, flexibility, balance and control. Gymnastics games are governed by FIG. Each country has its own national governing body associated with FIG. As well as artistic gymnastics as a competitor is considered the best exercise game. Gymnastics is taught not only to men, but also to women.
History: Johan Frederick (1759-1839) and Frederick Ludwig John (1778-1852) - still considered modern gymnastics, had made men and youth aware of the game, from which many people started showing interest in it. While it is also said that Don Francisco Amros and Ondiano, Markus de Selino were the first to participate in the game, he was both a Spanish colonel and the first person to start an educative exercise in France. However, after some time, on 19th February, 1770, both passed away in Paris and on 8th August, 1848. Shortly thereafter, the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) was established in the league in 1881. By the end of the nineteenth century, people's interest in participating in the first "modern" Olympic Games in 1896, the men's gymnastics competition, began to grow even more. From then until the 1950s, both national and international competitions gathered under the top and people showed their interest in the game in many ways.
Artistic Gymnastics: Very few people will know that artistic gymnastics has usually been divided into two different parts of male and female gymnastics. Not only that, men can participate in 6 types of competitions, some of which are as follows, Ground Floor Exercise, Pole Horse, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars and High Bar. While women can participate in only 4 competitions, some of which are vault, oven bars, balance beam and ground floor exercises. For further information, in 2006, FIG launched a new digit system for artistic gymnastics that requires scoring within 10 points.