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He turned to gymnastics first, which was seen as more socially acceptable.
It’s intriguing to watch the hypocritical gymnastics of Kevin McCarthy.
Wallen loves to sing a slow song fast, pushing the tempo in ways that allow him to perform little gymnastics routines inside his mouth.
These might include bicycling, playing basketball, doing gymnastics or even quickly walking up a flight of stairs.
So some schools, including Stanford, William & Mary, University of Iowa and others, have cut back on “smaller” sports such as swimming, gymnastics and volleyball.
The International Gymnastics Federation is the group that governs the sport of gymnastics.
Sports centers, where children normally train in gymnastics and other athletics – one bills itself as “Schoolnastics” – are also setting up learning centers.
For once in her life, Gale was thoroughly glad for her athletic training and gymnastic ability.
Girls should be kept out of doors for their exercise, and fresh air is much cheaper than a gymnastic teacher.
One fragment looked like a monstrous gymnastic club standing upright, with a broad button to secure the grip.
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