When This Gymnast Throws The Ball In The Air, I'm Completely Mesmerized
Rhythmic gymnastics is many people's favorite part of the Summer Olympics. Rhythmic gymnastics is similar to typical gymnastics with one major exception: rhythmic gymnasts uses props. These props include a ball, club, ribbon, hoop, and rope. One of the earliest types of rhythmic gymnastics was called eurythmics, and was a form of physical training for musicians and dancers. These training drills were a series of exercises set to music that were designed to promote grace of movement, muscular flexibility, and good posture. It takes a unique blend of strength, power, flexibility, agility, dexterity, endurance, and hand-eye coordination to become a rhythmic gymnast. The girl in this video has it all - take a look.