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International INBA Fitness competition rules 2017

INBA Global Kids and Junior Fitness Contest Rules (2017)

Valid: from 2017 until revocation



I.General informations

II. Competition evaluation

III.Disciplinary procedures

IV.Scoring of the routine

V.Groups of elements which from the routine should be combined

VI.Kids and junior categories


In fitness competitions evaluation is done by scoring. Apart from the most elborated set of rules, the

subjective factors can not be completely excluded.

This rule book was made to assist you in objective judgment, help the competitors and coaches in prepare.

I. General information

The rules of the competitions were constantly changed and adapted to the development of the sport.

1.Routine round

This is a 90-second practice which the competitor presents to his/her own music.

In this round the judges appreciate coordinated movement, strength, stamina, movement of joints and

loose muscles, as well as artistic effect and show-like performance.

Fitness routine is compiled by a variety of sports: acrobatics, various types of dance, gymnastics,

rhythmic gymnastics and aerobics, but only a certain percentage of these modes of movement are allowed.

This gives the sport unique character and appearance.

2. The purpose of the competitions

•  promotion of INBA competitions,

• spreading a healthy lifestyle,

• conduciving the physical development of young people,

• the development of talents.

3. Structure of the competition system

INBA's individual, duo, trio and team competitions are organized in a transparent, evaluable system.

4. Arrangement of competitions

For the I-II-III-IV-V-VI age group competitors, the competition consists of 1 round:

From the turn of routine.

The  age group VII (junior runners) competiton consist of two rounds, the turn of routine to music and body round ( in shorts, sport top and training shoes).

5. Participants of the competition:

According to the current competition announcement.

6. Entry:

Online registration till deadline. There is no field entry. Entry fee according to the competition

announcement. Only children and junior competitors who has a valid medical permit of up to 6 months

old will be allowed to perform. She/he also has to present a properly completed membership book with

a photo which was signed and stamped by the competitor and the president of the association. Adult

fitness competitors are entered and recorded under the terms and conditions that are valid so far.

They can start as an individual competitor, even if they are not members of an association or club.

An annual membership fee is required for all Hungarian competitors (3000 HUF), in the already

existing INBA HUNGARY website.

In case of the registered competitors, the coach and the competitor is allowed to enter the competitors

own age group or any higher, and every category untill the given date.

7. Staring order

The starting order will be drawed by the competition office 1 hour before the start of the competition.

8. Certification of competitors

Certification of the competitors will be at the location of the competition before the start which is done

by presenting a valid membership book. Only children and junior competitors who have a valid medical

permit of up to 6 months old will be allowed to perform. She/he also has to present a properly

completed membership book with a photo which was signed and stamped by the competitor and the president of the association.

9. Award of the competition

The award is determined by the organizers.

10. Competition area

The competition area is at least 8 × 8m and not more than 10 × 10 m.


Basic terms for the functioning of judges:

• judges should be in touch with the fitness movement,

• the INBA rules must be well known,

• have to have a valid judicial examination,

• have to have a fair, impartial trial on the competitions.

12. Publication of the results

After the competition, the competitor’s total score and placement must be communicated publicly.

13. Music

At the round of the fitness routine:

• Multiple musical details can be mixed in case that its effect is not confusing,

• sound effects are allowed,

• music must be on pendrive or CD

• only one competitor’s music on one device

• recordings should be good quality.

The length of the routine is about 90 to 105 seconds, which starts with the first musical sound and

ends with the last musical sound. If the music is longer than a 1 point reduction  is given by the time

check judge.

14. Clothes

• clothing must cover all critical parts of the body.

• At the "fitness practice" round, a competing garment is allowed that does not interfere with movement

and in which movements of the body are clearly visible. Only supplies that do not assist in the technical execution of the items (springboard, podium are not allowed) can be used.

• Using prohibited supplies will result in 1 point deduction from judge.

• In all rounds where the competitor's clothing differs from the rules, 1 point is the referee's deduction.

15. Interruption of Practice

• If a competitor does not appear 30 seconds after the call or, for some reason, does not finish the round, it must be evaluated as a missed turn. (0 points)

• Exercise can be evaluated if the competitor interrupts but not leaves the competition area and continues the practice while at most 2 x 8 music phases expire. The deduction in this case is 0.1 to 0.5 point per artist judge, depending on the length of the interruption. (If you leave the competition area the value of the practice is 0 points.)

• If a competitor scored 0 points in the competition, he will not be able to qualify for the upgraded competiton system even if the number of  the competitors would allow it.


Complaints about scoring and results are only accepted with realistic and reputable feedback (comparative video between two competitors). The competitor may discontinue his or her own practice if the following conditions are happen:

• Wrong music from the studio's fault,

• general mounting error (stage lighting),

• if the music is interrupted by the studio’s mistake.

With the Judiciary permission, the competitor is going to restart his/her own’s practice.

Evaluation of the competition


The Judiciaryconsists of 6 judges. Among them, 1 main judge, 2 judges for the contents of the routine,

2 judges for the technological of the routine, 2 judges judge for the artistic effect. One judge measures

the time of the practice so he/she is also a time check  judge.

• Each competition has 6 judges for scoring appointed by the organizers of the competition and the chair of the INBA EUROPE Children's Fitness.

• The existing aspects of the INBA rules are for guiding

Rating: 1-3 cups, medals, diplomas. From the 4th place, diplomas and gift packages.

III: Disciplinary procedures

All participants in the competition must takethe rules and regulations of the competitions.

A competitor must be warned if:

• misbehaves in or outside the competition area,

• demonstrate unsportsmanlike behavior,

• acts disrespectfully with judges and official persons

The competitor must be excluded from the race after one warning!

Competitor also excluded if his/her coach or companion shows unsportsmanlike behavior in or out of

the competition.

A warning may be formally issued by the main judge.

IV.  A scoring of practice

Minimum requirements:

• Strength: min: 2 sec endurance.

• Acrobatics:- minimum must have a firm front and end

                    -  contain a dynamic acrobatic diagonal line of 2, up to 3 elements (required).

• Gymnastic jumps: dynamic jumps, rotation on an axis with a stretched body.

• Laziness: the angle between the legs must be at least 170º.

• Presentation of at least 3 elements of each group of elements, totaling 12 pieces.

• The distance between the chest and the ground should not exceed 15 cm.

• Split on floor, distance between the ground and foot maximum 5 cm can be. (can not be seen below)

Recommended composition of the routine:

• Showlike performance 20%

• Acrobatic elements 20%

• Gymnastic jumps 20%

• Force elements 20%

• Joint slack, muscle extensibility 20%.

 3 principle of art effect

• music use

• land use

• performance, show

Music use:

Music selection and music use is an essential part of the routine.

The music is in harmony with the choreography, for example, jumping on high tones.

The style of the music matches withthe competitor's dress and style.

Land use:

Artistic effect judges appreciatethe efficient use of the competition area.

Important is the number of eight steps and paths, placement, balance and spatial forms.

Performance, show:

Requirements: the ability of a competitor to transform his/her choreography into artistic performance with the appropriate gestures of his/her age group. Be creative and unique, logic-built is important.

• winning the audience

• be captivating

• feel the connection between choreography and music,  share it

• a performance that harmonywith the style of music

• mingle with music, with every gesture and tune of expression, express the relationship of the

contestant with the music and understanding and understanding the music's message

• a way of life that resembles age and individuality

• lightness

• the starting pose is important

• The rider must bepresent the elements with maximum precision and the transitions and the linkages.

In duo, trio and team exercises, the raise and partnerships score.

• The contestant closes the choreography to create a full round sensation, in the end it is important to

have the ending and the way to go

• for some style, displaying the main style of music in choreography

• the correct choreography for the age and individuality of the competitor

• the relationship between choreography, dress and music

• every move should reach its maximum extent

• every move must be finished before strating the next one

• continuity

• one move should follow the other logically, without any discontinuity and the chain of movements

should affect the whole choreography

In duo, trio and team categories, two raises are required during the routine which could also be

included in the starting and the ending positions either. Violence, racism, religious and sexual content

are not accepted.

Attention must be paid to quality, expression and partnership (duo, trio and team)

Artistic Judge: - rates the choreography of the routine, deducting points, starting from 10.

• Small mistake- 0.1: minor deviation from perfection

• Moderate mistake - 0.2: Significant deviation from perfection

• Great mistake - 0.3:  great deviation from perfection

• Unacceptable - 0.5 points: artistically unacceptable

Technical judge: - here the judge evaluates the technical execution of the movements. Each

movement must be executed with maximum precision and without any mistakes including hard

elements,the continuity of the choreography , conductions between the movements, partnership and

raises as well as synchronization in duo, trio and team routines.

The technical judge rates the choreography of the routine, deducting points, starting from 10

• small mistake (- 0.1 point): - slight deviation from the correct technique, minor holding failures,

- inaccuracy in horizontals and directions,

- disordered hand and  arm positioning.

• moderate mistake (- 0.2 point): - medium level holding faults,

- moderate deviation from the correct technical execution,

- inadequate height during jumps,

- inadequate turnarounds,

- insufficient split positions,

- finishing in an unstable balance position.

• large error (- 0.3 point): - serious holding faults,

- serious technical defects,

- trip during exercise, severe loss of balance,

- (- 0.5 point): - fall during exercise,

- (- 1 point): - small, narrow movements throughout the exercise,

- lack of strength.

The difficult element judge: -  rate the uses of the elements

The competitor must move in all three dimensions, and in practice, the elements must be selected to

reflect the various abilities proportionately.

Choreography should reflect the competitor's best physical abilities and talent as a performer, conceal

any deficiency.

The routine should be complex, varied, creative and intense.

The elements of the 4 groups are listed by the difficulty.

The technique of the difficult elements gets rated by the execution:

• maximum deduction for a difficult element: - 0.5 point

• small mistake -0.1

• moderate mistake -0.2

• great mistake -0.3

• fall -0.5

The point here is that there are deductions for improper execution, such as: the position of the split is

not at least 160 degrees.

In the event of a tie in the I-II-III-IV-V-VI-VII.  age group, the competitor with th ebest technical score is

the winner, if the score is still the same, the artical points must be taken into consideration. It is better

for the competitor to compose his/her routine from the most valuable elements because the content

score is higher, but care must be taken for proper technical execution.

V.Element groups from which the practice should be composed.

Force elements: dynamic force elements

• Folding and straightening arms in pushup position (Push up)

• Upswing to handstand position

• Helicopter

• Upswing to handstand with 180 ° rotation

• One Foot Wenson

• Handstand, releasing to chest  (dolphin)

• Handstand on forearm

• Double Wenson

• Force handstand

• Handstand position with 360 ° rotation

• Force handstand: getting in position without swinging

• Folding and stretching arms in pushup positon straddle-legged with using one arm only

• Handstand with using only one arm

• Settling from handstand to forearm-elbow balance

• Lift from Double Wenson to handstand position

• Folding and streching arms in pushup position with advanceing

• Handstand position, 360 ° rotation, lowering to elbow support

Static force elements, lasting for at least 2 seconds

• Supported sitting straddled-legged

• Supported sitting

• Headstand

• Wenson sitting position

• Elbow balance straddled-legged

• Elbow balance with  closed legs

• High seat  straddled- legged

• High seat with closed legs

• Spindle mounted support with 180 ° rotation

• Positioning from seat to hand

• High support support for 180 ° rotation

• Moving from head to shoulder position

• Elbow weighing on one arm with extended leg

• Support balance

• Lift Wenson from sit-in to handshake

• High sitting position swinging right and left

• Forward candle for 2 seconds, bending one foot, stretching for 2 seconds, lowering with closed leg

• Elbow weighing on one arm

Gymnastic elements: jump-jumps

• Brave Jump

• Tuck jump

• Drill jump

• Running Jumping

• Frontal split jump

• Scissors jump

• Rooster jump

• 360 ° rotation, with a jump

• Crouching jumping with one leg forward (Cossack Jump)

• Split leap running jumping

• Pike jump apart

• Cadet Jump

• Maneuver through the bridge forwards or backwards

Split leap jump

• Tuck Jump to Push up (Susunova)

•1/2 Turn  Running jumps

• Sissone jumps up

• 1/1 Turn tuck jump

• One-leg jumps to one foot

• ½  Turn Frontal Split leap

• ½ Turn Kozak Jump

• Cadet jump with split leap

• Crouching jump with one leg to 180 degrees forward

• Jumping from two feet to two feet


• High leg lift

• Bridge

• Split leap (horizontal, side)

• Weighing position (above 90 degrees) - front, side, rear

• Page balance

• Standing split leap

• Landscape split leap

• Bridge up to foot lift

• High footing, tilting (forward, side, back)

• Wavy wave standing up sharply

• From a corner seat lift up to the torso waves

• Illusion

• Straighten the back to the rear balance position

• High leg lift with footsteps up to the shoulder (forward, side, back)

• Split leap Balance

• side balance with footsteps

• Standing without split leap without footstep

• Straighten the strap back in the split leap position

• Place one foot in the back position with a leg to the split leap position overhead

• Side clearance without footsteps  to split leap position

• Standing split leap to 3second or 360 degrees rotation

• Side clearance with foot toe

• Standing leg lift in any direction with footstep, rotation on tiptoe.

• Rear scaffolding with fingers to the toe toe tip

International INBA Fitness competition rules(2) 2017

• Foot grip in a standing split leap inclined side

Acrobatic elements

• Rolling Reversing (Forward, Backward)

•Turn Cartwheels

• Turn Cartwheels to one hand

• Rundel jump

• Turn Cartwheels to forearm

• Roller swing backwards by hand

• Tilt forward or backward

• Handspring with a flying section to 1 or 2 feet (Foder)

• Handspring flight section for one or two feet (Danfoder)

• Handspring with an airstrain to 1 or 2 feet (Flikk)

• Freeway Side (Arabel)

• Free Reverse Forward (Forverc)

• Back flip

• Back flip superstar

• 1 step to Freeway side

• Arab-flick

• Flick pushchair from place

• Flick stopped in handshake

• Forward (Forverc)

VI. Children and junior categories

 contests: individual, duo, trio, team

 age group: age group assignment is as follows:

I.age group

2012 and younger

Age 4-5 and younger

II. age group


Age 6-7

III. age group


Age 8-9

IV. age group


Age 10-11

V. age group


Age 12-13

VI. age group


Age 14-15

Junior-Fitness classic


From age 15- 17

Junior-Fitness classic


From age 17- 19

Junior-Fitness classic


From age 19- 20

Fitness classic, Women’s


From age 20- 25

Fitness classic, Women’s


From age 25- 30

Fitness classic, Women’s


Age 35+

For duo, trio, and teams, the age of the oldest member counts. We wish every contestant a successful preparation and great results at the INBA competitions! Rules not covered by this regulation will be subject to the decision of the INBA GLOBAL Alliance and compulsory to accept by all contestants.

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