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    Katniss, it reminds me that I was an acrobatic school in my 13 years old. Everyone attending the school had extraordinarily strict dietary restriction. Chocolates, chips, breads, cookies are snacks that were prohibited. Rice and noodle were limited to only a small amount for eating, because they are high carb and high starch food. We were only allowed low calorie food to maintain our physiques even though we were extremely active and were required to practice acrobatics on a regular basis. We didn’t eat

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    On December 8th, 2017 I viewed the Martial Artists and Acrobats of Tianjin at the Walton Arts Center. I enjoyed several different aspects of the performance. The choreography and the costumes conveyed different ideas to the audience. Sometimes the choreography was slow and sad, other times it was upbeat and happy. This variety provided a gratifying experience to those in the house. Throughout the show, you could recognize a distinctive theme relating back to the title. The dances depicted hobbies

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    Cirque du Soleil is known for gravity-defying, seemingly impossible stunts. When watching the incredible acrobatic performances, the audience usually forgets that the performers risk their lives almost every show. A show apart of Cirque du Soleil is Kà, it goes down as the most expensive theatrical showing ever created. With a budget of $165 million, it has some of the most incredible technical elements one will ever see. Along with these elements come danger. The show has seen a number of accidents

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    Meta: Throwing all things bright and bubbly to one side, Pogo’s Circus is a game from Espresso that embraces the horror. Featuring nothing short of a living nightmare, will you survive long enough to scoop the jackpot? Pogo’s Circus Review When it comes to entertainment, there is nothing that quite rivals that of the circus. From the animals to the daredevil performers, there is no denying that the circus has it all and then some. Speaking of the circus, that’s what proves to be the inspiration

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    Did you watch the olympics this year? Did you like watching gymnastics in the olympics? If you watched it and liked it you should read this article. You will learn about gymnast safety, mats, what is the highest level and how big the balance beam is. I hope you enjoy reading this. Is gymnastics safe? Gymnastics can be safe. There is risk of getting hurt. There are many ways to stay safe during gymnastics. Gymnasts should use wrist straps, guards and grips. When gymnasts are on the bars

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    Physical education (often abbreviated Phys. Ed. or P.E.) or gymnastics(gym or gym class) is a course taken during primary and secondary educationthat encourages psychomotor learning in a play or movement exploration setting. Physical education trends have developed recently to incorporate a greater variety of activities. Introducing students to activities like bowling, walking/hiking, or Frisbee at an early age can help students develop good activity habits that will carry over into adulthood.

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    Participating in any sport has advantages, many of which can last a lifetime. The sport of gymnastics is a good example. Gymnasts develop both strength and coordination. Other helpful skills taught in gymnastics are memorization and quick thinking. Perhaps the most important and long lasting advantage to taking gymnastics is learning the perseverance and hard work every gymnast needs to succeed. Gymnasts develop strength and coordination. Working out every day, muscles are used constantly.

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    Cheerleading Is A Sport

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    This formula has remained for decades in many sports such as soccer and football, in which cheerleaders are represented as “bimbos” animating the game and entertaining the crowd. Cheerleading is a regrouping of three sports: dancing, stunt and gymnastics, yet most people do not believe it is a sport. But what exactly makes something an activity, a hobby, a sport? According to the Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Advisors, a sport is “a physical activity or a competition against an opponent

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    Introduction This periodization training program is designed for women gymnasts overall at the Olympic level. Women’s Gymnastics consists of four different events which include uneven bars, beam, vault, and floor exercises (Gymnastics Artistic, 2015). Gymnasts perform complete vaults in different positions after exploding off the springboard and pushing off the table (Gymnastics Artistic, 2015).The uneven bars require upper-body strength,and precision timing to perform well in this event. The gymnast

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    Cheerleading Cheerleading is an athletic activity that is a combination of gymnastic elements tumbling, dance, acrobatics and traditional cheerleading skills such as jumps and arm motions. A team consists of 3 to 36 athletes, male and female ages five and up. Cheerleading can compete against other cheerleading teams witch choreographed two and half minute routine to music. Cheerleading is divided into six different levels from level one for beginners and level 6 advanced skills. (World Cup Shooting

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