Rhythmic gymnastics is practiced using five accessories (apparatuses), which for the most part are made of synthetic material.
Band that the gymnast must keep constantly moving by forming very precise figures, such as serpentines, spirals and circles.
Rigid apparatus used in a wide variety of manipulations, such as rotations, throwing, rolls and passing through.
Sphere that the gymnast manipulates to bring out suppleness and corporal expression, as well as the contrast between power for throwing and gentleness for catching.
Apparatus whose length is proportional to the gymnast’s height; it is used mainly for jumping.
Apparatuses that are manipulated in a choreography made up of rotations, throwing and asymmetrical movements.