While athletes are not excluded from social distancing, plenty of gymnasts are making the most of a tough situation and creating their own home gymnastics routines.
From Yul Moldauer installing a pommel horse in his garage to Simone Biles practicing press handstands in her living room, we’re all finding unique ways to stay in shape without a gym to utilize, and that includes the next generation!
Keep scrolling to see nine young gymnasts training in isolation. Their dedication to the sport is inspiring, and we hope their creativity and passion will give you hope in these difficult times!
1. Connor’s motto is “If you fail to prepare, you’ve prepared to fail.”
2. Mila is staying busy with her bar, beam, and air track, as well as zoom workouts with her team!
3. Raynie has confiscated her family’s living room, and turned it into a tumble track!
4. Desperate times call for creativity… and lots of it!
5. Garage gyms aren’t just for the elites!
6. Mount Mondays look a bit different nowadays…
7. Staying home isn’t keeping Ellie from conquering the #handstandchallenge!
8. These sisters from Holland have multiple air tracks, mats, and an in-ground trampoline fueling their training!
9. When the whole fam is home, why not put them to use, right?
What does your home gymnastics routine look like? Comment below and let us know!
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