In general, most of the ropes in our shop are standard three meters long. They would be acceptable for any gymnast under 5'11" (180cm) tall. Usually the length of the rope is too big thus it needs to be adjusted. The rope needs to be cut on both sides (so that the center of the rope is not moved) and tied with two similarly sized knots, on both sides.
To determine the size - stand on the rope, the knots should be between your underarms and shoulders.
The diameter of the hoop is determined by the height of the gymnast and not by her age. Generally, the diameter of the hoop should be between gymnast's hips and waist. Hoop measurements are the measurements of the interior diameter.
For the gymnasts under 7 years-old and under 4'5" we recommend the junior size balls. Gymnasts over 10 should be practicing and competing with the standard size balls.
Generally, the length of clubs should not exceed the distance between the gymnast's wrist and shoulder.
Generally, the length of the ribbon depends on the age of the gymnast. 4 meters for 9 y.o and younger, 5m for 9-14 y.o and 6m for gymnasts 14 y.o and older.
Ribbon Stick in general, should not touch the floor when the gymnast holds it down to her side