For men’s gymnastics, a pommel horse may be used in their teen gymnastics program. For this event, single and double leg work is used in which the gymnast swings their legs in circles, performing stunts such as Moores, spindles and straddling the horse, requiring a dismount at the end of the performance, followed by a handstand or other manner of exit.
A teen gymnastics program may provide training for the still rings, two of which are suspended freely from the ceiling. Gymnasts swing and demonstrate dynamic motion, although one static motion is required, such as holding oneself up with their arms parallel to the floor. On the parallel bars, through a teen gymnastics program, a male gymnast can learn how to perform on the parallel bars and high bar.