WAG Routine Resources

WAG Routine Resources

Here you can find various resources for the NWG Competition WAG Routines.

It is important to note that the APL video’s are not always 100% correct and there are a some options on the skills performed in some routines (especially in beam Level 4+) however they do provide the flow of the routines well. Known errors in the video’s are listed at the bottom of this page.

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Level 1 WAG Routines

Level 1 Vault
Level 1 Floor
Level 1 Beam
Level 1 Uneven Bars


Level 2 WAG Routines

Level 2 Vault
Level 2 Floor
Level 2 Beam
Level 2 Bars


Level Pre-3 WAG Routines

Level Pre-3 Beam Routine:
Level Pre-3 Floor Routine:

More Pre-3 to come…


WAG Pre Level 3 Routine Information.


Level 3 WAG Routines

Level 3 Floor Routine: 
Level 3 Bars Routine:
Level 3 Beam Routine:
Level 3 Beam Sections:
Level 3 Vault:

Level 4 WAG Routines

Level 4 Floor Routine: Whistle, Hunter of Stars;

Thanks to Indiana-Rose May for this YouTube Video


Also a good reference is Julia’s Level 4 routine: https://www.facebook.com/NorthWestGymnastics/videos/868082763280812/


Level 4 Bars Routine:
Level 4 Beam Routine:

Thanks to Indiana-Rose May for this YouTube of her Level 4 Beam Routine


Level 5 WAG Routines

Level 5 Floor Routine

Thanks to Indi Gym for this Level 5 WAG Floor Routine Video

Thanks to Indiana-Rose May for this video of her Level 5 Floor Routine

Level 5 Beam Routine:

Thanks to Indiana-Rose May for this video of her Level 5 Beam Routine


All Level 5 Routines


Level 6

Level 6 Floor Routine:
Level 6 Vault, Bars and Beam:



The ALP Video’s on You Tube

Click Next/Forward to scroll through the playlist to find the relevant level and apparatus



Known key ALP video errors 

As per:



WAG ALP – Judging FAQ – April 2015


Level 1 Floor – Routine Ends with 2 Passe Steps total. 1 x Left and 1 x Right (Any order). Handstand can be “L” or Higher.
Level 2 Floor – Routine Contains 2 Spring Steps on Each Leg followed by 1 x Step Hop Left and 1 x Step Hop Right. 
Level 3 Beam – Handstand can be “L” or Higher. 
Level 3 Floor – Routine Contains: 2 Step Kicks (1 on each leg), 2 Stop Hops (1 on each leg) and 4 Spring Steps (2 on each leg).
Level 3, 4 and 5 Beam – relevé hold for 2 secs is required following half turns – DVD doesn’t show this relevé held for 2 secs, however it is required to be held for 2 seconds
Level 3-6 Beam Mounts – all routines on the DVD show the squat position at the end of the mount sequence with the toes turned under. This squat position isn’t required to have the toes tucked under. The gymnast can be in the squat position with toes flat.
Beam – Level 4 – Final pose before straight jump stride jump series (Section 4.3 page 6) . The final pose as listed in the manual states “weight on front foot, free leg pointed behind”. This is different to the DVD which has the gymnast standing on both legs with flat feet. Then there is a small wave of one hand around the face. For this position, follow the text in the choreography notes which requires weight on front leg, back foot pointed. The 2 photos in the manual (at very bottom of the page) are correct.
Bars – Level 4 – Gymnast can commence routine holding the bar in Dish or Jump to the low bar from a box or board.
Level 5 Beam Cartwheel routine – the order of the mount sequence is incorrect. This routine on DVD shows the lever hold followed by the added dance on the beam. The correct order is the “added dance” followed by the lever hold.
Level 5 Beam: The second Quarter Turn in the Cartwheel routine is through passe. The video doesn’t show this. 
Floor – Level 5 – Six Feet Under routine. Dance following the walkover skill (Section 4.3 Page 38) – there is a variation between the DVD and the choreography notes and the beats to the music. The DVD shows the dropping of 1 arm at a time to beside the body, then the arms wrap around the body.  It is OK to drop the arms separately before wrapping around the body to allow the dance to match the music

Beam – Level 5 – Shoulder shrugs after handstand  .2 shoulder shrugs are listed (Section 4.3 page 12) . As there is no specific requirement in the manual that states the shrugs are completed with 1 or both shoulders (and the DVD shows with 1 shoulder only) it is acceptable to perform the shoulder shrugs with 1 or both shoulders. 


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