Monday, April 26, 2010

Video Update #2


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11 comments:

  1. first of all-gymnastics 'slash' cheerleading contradicts itself. I vote baseball.

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  2. Yea about cheerleading...no. Ice dancing?! of course!

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  3. Ribbon dancing.... hardest sport in the olympics!!!

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  4. While I agree that hit 90mi/hr fastballs must be quite difficult, I have to say that twisting and flipping to land on a like four in. wide beam is probably harder. I love you cam, but I think kate takes the cake on this one.

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  5. baseball, i can do a hand stand and a cartwheel can you hit a 90mph fast ball? ahhhh nooooo

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  6. oh and cheerleading katie is not gymnastics thats like saying playing catch is playing for the dodgers....

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  7. i think it depends on how old you are [when you start]. those illegal chinese gymnists are like the best in the world at 14, but no little kid could ever hit well off a 90mph fast ball. then before long, you're too old to be any good at gymnastics but you could still lift and practice well enough to hit fastballs into your thirties.

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  8. first, lets get it straight...gymnastics will never be cheerleading, but cheerleading will sometimes be gymnastics. next, consider competition cheerleading. thats a whole 'nother 'ballgame', for lack of a better idiom. that stuff is crazy difficult. and i'd say more stressful on the body than hitting a really fast ball with a bat. i vote for non-baseball.

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  9. Rowing is the hardest sport. It's proven. Debate settled.

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  10. where does golf fit into this equation?! i'm just saying is all...

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  11. im just going to throw it out there that, according to some article i read about 7 years ago in mrs. armento's office, cheerleading is the second most dangerous sport (measured by number of injuries per year), second only to football. my left wrist, lower back, and neck concur.

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