Posts Tagged ‘Rhythmic Gymnastics

10
Sep
09

The Rhythm is Gonna Get You

With 150 gymnasts in Ise, Japan for the Rhythmic Gynmastics World Championships the city is filled with very bend-y women. When on the mat, these ladies are twisting and twirling their ribbons, playing with their balls and contorting their bodies in ways that seem unreal — and intriguing…

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[NY Post]

04
Mar
09

Eyes on the Ball

So, I just noticed that this post that I wrote on January 20th was never posted. Oops! Fortunately, our crack team here discovered that, about two months later… Anyhoo, timely as ever, a girl plays with her ball.

I’m officially impressed by rhythmic gymnastics, or at least by this chick.

First off, that whole flexibility thing is pretty nice (wink), but look at the athleticism not to mention the concentration that she has in making some totally awesome catches of that ball. But isn’t that the same kind of ball as they’d have in the grocery stores that you’d play with until you knocked something over, then hurriedly put it back and bailed? That seems weird that that is part of a sport, right? Whateves, I’ll let it go since she already has better ball skills than half the receivers in the NFL.

21
Aug
08

My Preference is the Rhythm Method

Gymnastics are always a crowd pleaser at the Olympics in terms of ratings, mostly because tiny, hot women who can bend their bodies in distinct ways are generally appealing to males. Almudena Cid is a a Spanish gymnast who performed in the rhythmic gymnastics competition, I have zero idea of how one is supposed to pronounce her name but I am able to recognize her hotnessosity. Any woman who is as flexible as she is is A-OK in my book. Cid, who is 28, has worked as a model for the underwear company, the Love Store and Nike, not to mention is one of the oldest gymnasts in the games this year and was not expected to contend for a medal at all, she is up there in the competition to become one of my future ex-wives though, so that’s a plus.




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