LOS ANGELES — When you’re an aspiring gymnast, you want to be the best at something.
The goal is to become the best and be recognized.
So you want your body to be perfect.
But that can be a struggle.
And that’s what a new study has found, according to USA Today.
Researchers from the University of Southern California found that some girls are already much better at gymnastics than others.
They analyzed data from nearly 2,000 girls, and found that they were more likely to be at the top of their class than the next youngest gymnast in their age group.
That may be because they already have the necessary training and gymnastics experience, and they are more confident than their peers.
But the study found that the difference between the two groups is small, and there are many girls who still struggle.
To address the problem, the researchers decided to look at more than just the numbers.
They wanted to see what factors might help a girl advance.
The researchers wanted to understand why girls with less experience were able to be more confident in their gymnastics skills.
For example, they wanted to know how they had been training for their sport and what kind of gymnastics they had practiced.
The study analyzed data on gymnastics in different sports, and the researchers also studied whether there was an influence on their confidence and how confident they were.
They also looked at girls’ social networks.