Dianne has joined a growing number of athletes and gymnasts to take up the sport of Dynamic Gymnastics, a style of competitive sport involving explosive movements.
Dianne’s moves are based on gymnastics rules, so she will perform a static routine at the gym.
“I am a natural gymnast.
I love the dynamic gymnastics,” she told ABC News in an exclusive interview.
Dykes in her new suit, the Dynamic Gym-Away™, will perform static jumps and pull-ups, and her moves will be choreographed to the choreography of the gymnastics routines.
Dryden is a member of the women’s gymnastics team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was a member on the national team for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Dyre is the fourth member of her group to be certified, joining Aly Raisman, a four-time Olympic gymnast and two-time world record holder, and Jessica Harkes, a two-sport star in track and field.
“Dyke’s dynamic gymnasts are the best in the world, so it is a great honor to join the dynamic team of gymnasts who are leading the way for more women to participate in this sport,” said John P. Murphy, the head coach of the UW-Madison Gymnastic Team.
“The dynamic team is the best of the best, and we hope to give them an opportunity to prove that,” Murphy said.
Dyanne has been an avid fan of Dynamic Gyms for the past decade and will join her fellow gymnasts for a “Dyken’ery” event at the UW in early 2019.
She said she hopes to keep the sport active in her home state.
“My parents will have a chance to see me perform in the Dynamic Gymbals in my new dynamic suit, so I will be taking my family to the state of Wisconsin for the first time to see us,” she said.
Athletes who participate in Dynamic Gymnasiums must be at least 18 years old.
They must be licensed to practice at the Dynamic gyms and have been in Wisconsin for at least two years.