Whitney is in the gym! The uneven bars take a lot of strength, skill, courage, and practice. Here Whitney works on her upper body strength by using only her arms on the men’s parallel bars. Then it’s on to the uneven bars to practice some release moves and stalders. Whitney’s coach chose the Gienger for Whitney’s release move. Practice makes perfect, and this time Whitney managed to catch two Giengers! Working hard to get better every day.

From Wikipedia:
Josef Stalder (6 February 1919 – 2 March 1991) was a Swiss gymnast and Olympic Champion. He competed at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London where he received a gold medal in horizontal bar, a silver medal in team combined exercises, and a bronze medal in parallel bars.[1] He received four medals at the 1952 Summer Olympics in London. He also was the originator and name giver of the stalder circles, nowadays a very common skills on both the high and the uneven bars.

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