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Balance 180 is a fantastic gymnastics academy with an amazing staff, dedicated volunteers, a beautiful facility, and talented athletes. But, Balance 180 is also so much more than just a place to do gymnastics a few times a week. We are teammates, friends, a community, and more importantly, a family. Every single person who walks through our doors contributes to our community, and each person has a story. With this, we present to you our Go ahead
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Kids can be adorable and sweet and oh so loving, but let’s be honest, sometimes they are just downright savage. Here are some of the most savage moments we at Balance 180 witnessed, and boy are they good. Oh okay, no hard feelings…   Wouldn’t be amazing if this was considered a legitimate excuse. And no, not conditioning their hair, conditioning their body with strength training exercises. Well, guess someone will be going to the gym Go ahead
Categories : Confessions, Gymnastics
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The time for binge watching holiday movies is now, and while we could discuss the joy you feel from watching How the Grinch Stole Christmas on repeat, there is one movie that is giving us all the feels here at Balance 180. In the movie The Polar Express, the main character, a young boy, was given the opportunity to choose the first gift of Christmas from Santa Claus. He chooses one of Santa’s reindeer’s bells. Go ahead
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As the holiday season is upon us finding the motivation to exercise can become a bit more difficult. If you’re anything like me, you’ll find any excuse to avoid a workout, especially when the alternative is slouching around the house or stuffing my face with festive holiday foods. Here are the ten excuses we may use and why, sadly, they are not particularly helpful. 1. I’m too tired Believe it or not, exercising actually boosts our Go ahead
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There is something magical about childhood. Do you remember the pure bliss of flying higher and higher on a swing as a kid? That carefree moment when you could defy gravity and experience pure happiness? Don’t we all wish we could sometimes join Peter Pan in Neverland and never grow up? Walt Disney once said “That’s the real trouble with the world, too many people grow up. They forget.” Childhood is indeed a time to be cherished, Go ahead
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