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Pro Gymnast


Pro Gymnast Simulator looks like it might just scratch that same itch. From publisher RedDeerGames, the game will launch on Switch on June 10th and features challenging gameplay in which you'll have full control over your chosen gymnast's body.


FROM A PRO TO FUTURE PROSThe creator of this game has spent most of his life practicing acrobatics and gymnastics. All the intricacies of this game are based on his real-life experience.


Imagine gymnastics, parkour, and ninja obstacle courses all combined- and you get Pro Gymnast, an amazingly fluid and expressive physics-based game of skill and acrobatics.Feel the thrill and triumph of accomplishment that comes from overcoming real challenge!Learn to master the unique controls that allow unlimited expressive freedom, a million ways to fail (and succeed!), and produce amazingly lifelike motion.


The end of her gymnastics career hit Jordyn Wieber suddenly. Too far removed from high-intensity training and ineligible to compete in college because she turned pro in high school, the 2011 world champion and 2012 Olympic gold medalist needed a place to vent.


"It's kind of a bummer," said Wieber, now a 21-year-old volunteer assistant coach with the Bruins. "Gymnastics should be the exception. It's too bad girls can't do both because gymnastics is so unique."


It's not the same for elite female gymnasts like Wieber, who typically reach their prime in their late teens and who view the team-oriented nature of college gymnastics as a fun escape after years of trying to survive the sometimes lonely grind of training for the national team. Their biggest paydays as professionals don't come from player contracts or performance bonuses, but endorsements.


Looking back, Sloan believes turning pro would have been "the biggest mistake of my life" even though she understands not accepting money put her parents on the hook for a large portion of the financial burden it takes to train at the elite level, a bill that can soar into the tens of thousands a year in coaching fees and travel costs. Then again, it can look like wise investment considering the value of a college gymnastics scholarship can reach well into six figures.


In 1984, Mary Lou Retton became the first American female gymnast to win the individual all-around gold medal at the Olympics.[9] She won five total medals that year in the only Olympic Games she participated in.[6]


Shannon Miller, who competed at the 1992 and 1996 Olympics, won seven total Olympic medals, which was the most of any American female gymnast before the 2021 Olympics in which Simone Biles tied for the number of Olympic medals won. Miller won five medals in 1992 and added two more in 1996.[3][4] Dominique Dawes competed at the 1992, 1996, and 2000 Olympics, winning four medals.[7] Miller and Dawes were both members of the "Magnificent Seven", the 1996 team that became the first American squad to win the team all-around gold medal at the Olympics. The competition was highlighted by Kerri Strug sticking a vault while injured to ensure the U.S. victory.[10]


In 2012, the U.S. won the team all-around for the second time. This team, which was nicknamed the "Fierce Five", featured five gymnasts who were all making their first appearance at the Olympics.[11] That year, Gabby Douglas won the gold medal in individual all-around, and Aly Raisman won the gold medal in floor exercise.[12][13]


In 2016, the U.S. won the team all-around gold medal for the second consecutive Olympics, and the third title overall. The team was nicknamed "The Final Five" (as 2016 was the last year when five team members were allowed to participate) and featured the return of 2012 Olympic gold medalists Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman. It also featured newcomers Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian, and three-time reigning world all-around champion Simone Biles. Biles won the individual all-around, vault, and floor exercise gold medals, and also took bronze in the balance beam final. Raisman won silver medals in the all-around and floor exercise. Hernandez took the silver on the balance beam while Kocian, the reigning uneven bars world co-champion would win silver in that event. The 2016 Olympics were the most successful games to date for the United States in women's gymnastics, with four golds, four silvers, and one bronze medal overall.


Previously featured on Alpha Beta Gamer a year ago, Pro Gymnast is a physics based gymnastics game where you have full control of the body of a gymnast and attempt to complete increasingly challenging feats of aerial agility. The controls are relatively easy to pick up and play, but hard to master. You can swing your arms and legs, tuck your body release and grab as you swing through each level. You can also slow down time momentarily to help you time those tricky releases.


All five members of the Fierce Five, the 2012 Gold Medal Winning US Olympic Team, competed in the TOPS program. Excelling in the TOPS program is maybe the best way to become a gymnast who has a shot at being on the Olympic team.


Hi I just recently switched gyms I started when I was 7 and now Im 11 the last gym I was at was JOGA and the one Im at now is USAG only Im not on USAG Im on USAIGC only I want to be on USAG because thats how you get the the Olympics right Im a pretty good gymnast I work real hard any tips on how to get onto USAG or ideas or anything I would really reallly really appreciate it please please please someone respond Thank you!


Hi,I live in Iowa. My 9 year old daughter is in her 4th year in gymnastics. She was just bumped to the highest class available here, because of her passion and how quickly she learns. She wants More and More. But here she is limited. What can I do to help her achieve her dreams! Thank you!


hey therei am a young girl who wants to create a future of gymnastics.i want to know that do I have to start participating at the district level before going to state and nationalplease help


My 5 year old granddaughter is an advanced gymnast but cant get into private lessons or advanced classes due to covid waitlist times.. she needs a trainer/coach. Not her current class where its basically play time. She is dedicated, has uneven bars at my house and her parents house. She always wants me to score her on what she does, and she reconizes sub par performance and says what went south. She needs a trainer.. thank you


It seems simple enough; your mission is to travel from your starting point to the designated end point. This can be done by swinging, flipping and generally manoeuvring like a gymnast. However, doing so is not as easy and simply pushing a stick and pressing a button. The left stick controls your arms, and the right your legs. You must coordinate your movement relative your your gymnast (not the screen) for maximum efficiency.


The experience transformed Memmel, an Olympic silver medalist and three-time World Champion who is now making a gymnastics comeback, with an eye toward possibly competing in the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo.


In 2016, for example, the oldest member of the U.S. women's gymnastics team was Aly Raisman, who at 22 was a decade younger than Memmel is today. Russia's Oksana Chusovitina made history that same year as the oldest woman gymnast to ever compete in the Olympic games, at age 41.


"It's made me a better mom," Memmel said of her revitalized gymnastics career. "When I started doing gymnastics, it lit that fire of something that was a huge part of my life for sure and something that I still love to do."


Memmel now does gymnastics training three days per week and does conditioning on the other days. It's all part of a training plan that she said is both easier on her body and has made her feel stronger than she was even at the peak of her career.


"I think that she has a tremendous chance of making the [Olympic] team, and the reason being is because she's allowed her body to heal so she's actually probably healthier physically than she was when she was at the top of her game during the Olympics," said Field. "What we college coaches have seen is that when gymnasts are mature, they have a second peak in their careers that is actually better then when they're younger."


Memmel, who started doing gymnastics as soon as she could walk because her parents owned a gym, said this is the first time in her career that gymnastics does not have her complete attention. In fact, she started doing conditioning workouts on her own two years ago in part so she could have some "me time" in her day.


"When she thinks about her gymnastics now, it's coming from such a genuine place of her spirit, versus something that she continued doing because she was good at it," said Field. "Imagine having Chellsie to rally behind."


\"It's made me a better mom,\" Memmel said of her revitalized gymnastics career. \"When I started doing gymnastics, it lit that fire of something that was a huge part of my life for sure and something that I still love to do.\"


\"I think that she has a tremendous chance of making the [Olympic] team, and the reason being is because she's allowed her body to heal so she's actually probably healthier physically than she was when she was at the top of her game during the Olympics,\" said Field. \"What we college coaches have seen is that when gymnasts are mature, they have a second peak in their careers that is actually better then when they're younger.\" 59ce067264






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