A gymnast is trying to keep her balance while working out on the floor, a task that requires an awareness of the environment.
It’s one of many tasks she has to do during her workout sessions that can take place in the dark.
“We have to be aware of our surroundings, that’s for sure,” Simone Biles told ABC News.
Biles, who competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, was a runner-up in the 2012 Commonwealth Games.
While she is a natural-born gymnast, she was forced to compete against gymnasts with a much lower body mass index.
Her team-mates were able to catch up, and Biles won silver in the women’s individual vault.
She is now training to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics, but she said her biggest challenge was staying focused on her training.
“I think I need to just be as much of a focus as possible,” she said.
Simone Biles competes in the men’s freestyle event during the 2016 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
A few years ago, Simone Bile was competing against gymnast Simone Bils gymnastics background.
She says her best technique for competing in the Olympics is to have a “focus and a focus on what I’m doing.”
She also says her team-mate Simone Biltons gymnastics training helped her to stay focused.
Simone’s coach, Scott McKean, told ABC news that while she has not been as focused on competing as she would like, she is confident she is still a competitive competitor.
He said she has “a good understanding of the challenges that come with being in a sport like gymnastics and how to deal with them.”
The team has to be conscious of the environmental factors and she has an understanding of what that might be like, McKeau said.
Simones training includes a wide variety of physical activities, including weight lifting, swimming and other types of physical exercises.
At the same time, Simone is very focused on keeping her body healthy.
She has been taking medication, but says she is “pretty much back to normal.”
She said she feels her health is the most important factor in her decision to compete.
“You can be at your best at this time and not be able to go out and have a great time with your family and friends, you can be sick and it could be bad for your health,” she told ABC’s “Good Morning America.”ABC News’ Lauren Frantz contributed to this report.