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Parallel means lines (may it be bars, pencils, etc.) that go on forever and never cross.
Axis: An imaginary line around which the body rotates Felge: On the parallel bars, the gymnast hangs upside down as he/she turns backward and lets go, re-grasping the parallel bars in hang or front positions. Arab Spring: A move in which the lags come together as the body makes a one-quarter turn (similar to a cartwheel)
Some examples include the structural frames of buildings, railroad tracks, windows (opposite sides), sailboats, steps, and paper. parallel bars in men's gymnastics Also anything that is shaped as a rhombus, square or a rectangle. ( added by a.m.b.)
A bar graphA graph consisting of bars is called a bar graph. It is irrelevant whether the bars are horizontal or vertical or whether there are spaces between the bars or not.
Parallel bars are a piece of mens gymnastics apparatus parallel bars are two raised wooden bars that run parallel to each other
The parallel bars are for the men's gymnastics team but the women's routines involve the uneven bars. Hope that helps. :)
The parallel bars are only contested by men.
In a gymnasium.
They are to do with the sport of gymnastics.
they are called the parallel bars
If you mean the parallel bars, that is a boys' event. A parallel bar is an apparatus that you perform tricks on. Parallel bars are usually plastic, but are made to look like wood. They are two long rods of plastic that are the same height.
It is because they are not in a plane that is parallel to the horizontal.
Danell Leyva was the silver medalist in the Men's Parallel Bars event at the Rio 2016 Olympics.