Mary Lou Retton could never. On the heels of her jaw-dropping gymnastics floor routine set to Beyonce that broke the internet last year, UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis has done it again. Dennis' performance infuses gymnastics with odes to Black culture, including a soundtrack by Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, and Missy Elliot, working in a power fist, the Superman, and the woah, between triple flips and the splits. If this video does not fill you with glee, you may be dead inside.
Stefanie Millinger has astonishing upper body strength and control. Watch her go from an L-seat straddle press to handstand/schweizer handstand press 342 times without stopping. Her Instagram has many other amazing feats: Image: YouTube / Stefanie Millinger READ THE REST
This video may be a few years old, but no matter — Johanna Quaas is an incredible athlete. From Prevention: Quaas wasn't always a gymnast. The athlete, who was born in 1925, initially took up gymnastics at nine years old. She decided to give up the sport for handball after World War II (and yes, she was also great… READ THE REST
View this post on Instagram Share this please 🙃 I honestly don't care that my knee touched….the fact that i got this close with no step and on legit flat grass is good enough for me 🙃 A post shared by 🦁Lub🦁Lub🦁 (@lub._lub) on Apr 15, 2020 at 11:02am PDT Gymnast Kaleb Cave lands a… READ THE REST
There's almost nothing more primal than fishing. Just you, a line, a body of water, a fish as your prey…and truckloads of patience. As a fisherman stands with their line cast and a lure bobbing several yards away just under the surface of the water, even the most experienced anglers want to know what's happening… READ THE REST
We all know we should avoid staring at screens all day, but an offshoot of this past year spent mostly at home is that more and more of us are doing the exact opposite of that heartfelt advice. App analytics firm App Annie found the average American spent about four hours a day on their… READ THE REST
Parents love their kids… but no matter how much they dote on the little rugrats, a few common kid statements are bound to prompt an eyeroll every time. Like, "Are we there yet?" Or, "That's not fair." Or the ultimate sticking point moment when they're hit with the ultimate, non-negotiable fallback of the two-year old,… READ THE REST