Gymnasts spend so much time doing what their coach tells them to do, training out of habit and instinct, that it sometimes can be a good thing to take a real look at themselves and their gymnastics.
What would you do differently in gymnastics and meets if you knew nobody was going to judge?
Which is worse, failing or never trying?
Would you rather lose all of your old gymnastics memories, or never be able to make new ones?
Has your greatest gymnastics fear ever come true?
What would you most like to change about your gymnastics coach?
When your gymnastics career is all said and done, will you have said more than youâ€™ve done?
What is the one thing youâ€™d most like to change about your gymnastics?
Are you training like you are training for the Olympics, or are you settling for what you are doing?
Youâ€™re having lunch with three school friends you respect and admire. They all start criticizing a close friend and teammate of yours, not knowing she is your friend. The criticism is untrue. What do you do?
Whatâ€™s something you know you do differently than most gymnasts?
What one gymnastics skill have you not done that you really want to do? Whatâ€™s holding you back?
Have you been the kind of teammate you want as a teammate?
Which is worse, when a good friend moves away, or losing touch with a good friend who lives right near you?
What is your happiest gymnastics memory? What makes it so special?
If we learn from our mistakes, why are we always so afraid to make a mistake?