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Training Videos!

More training videos are being posted by the hour. Gymnastike has posted several already and it's like feeding candy to a baby. We just want more!

Here are some of the videos:

1. McKayla Maroney Vault- Mac is training her signature Amanar and her Mustafina/Nabieva/Nabafina/Whatever vault and she sticks the crap out of it.

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2. Kyla Ross training on the uneven bars. She's beautiful and clean as always. But look in the background. She has a special spectator.

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3. Aliya Mustafina Floor Exercise - She's added some new skills and connections. Her first being a whip into a back handspring whip to a double arabian, and then she does a 1.5 twist to immediate punch front. Pretty cool. However, her twisting form is still tragic, unfortunately and she looks a little winded after her routine.

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4. Aliya Mustafina Bars. I think her tragic, twisting legs only happen on floor, her twisting is beautiful on the bars. This is the series she does: a stadler full+ toe-on-full twisting Shaposh (Seitz)+pak+stalder handstand. According to my very unofficial calculations, the connection is worth .30. Aaannnd the Mustafina is back.

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5. Larisa Iordache training on beam showing a full on and a front aerial walkover to split leap, I think...

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