Five distinct sports fall under the umbrella of gymnastics, each featuring its own rules and regulations and requiring different skills: artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, aerobic gymnastics, and trampoline. In artistic gymnastics, men perform in six events whereas women compete on four apparatuses. It is further broken into developmental and competitive levels. Rhythmic gymnastics, a women’s sport, requires flexibility, grace, and ballet-like movements, and performances may include five types of apparatus and floor movements performed to music. Acrobatic gymnastics is also performed to music, though different positions are conducted both in the air and on the ground by male and female competitors. Aerobic gymnastics originated from traditional aerobic dance combining aerobic activity with displays of gymnastic movements on the floor. Epa covers gymnastics at all major events including World and European Championships and Olympic and Asian Games.