Happiness is most likely the characterizing word that strikes a chord when you consider Katelyn Ohashi, resigned UCLA school tumbler. You likely recollect Ohashi from her viral 2018 daily practice, which soar her to an ideal 10 score and overall web fame. But at the same time, she’s a six-time All-American, four-time USA Gymnastics’ Junior National colleague, and the champ of the American Cup. Her graduation from UCLA in April 2019 may have been her “official” retirement from vaulting, yet that didn’t prevent the star from flaunting her abilities in an astonishing small scale routine on Sept. 21 at Rule Breakers, Bustle’s second yearly celebration commending the year’s greatest music producers and pioneers.

Ohashi, alongside her previous UCLA Bruins tumbling mentor Valorie Kondos Field, showed up at Bustle’s Rule Breakers occasion at The LeFrak Center at Lakeside, Prospect Park in Brooklyn, taking to the pink floor covering and later the phase where she kept on putting that euphoria on full show. Ohashi and Kondos Field were among the six ladies regarded in August in Bustle’s 2019 Rule Breakers issue commending people who are testing the norm crosswise over enterprises.

There is more that makes Ohashi a pioneer than her staggering viral exhibition, however. As of late, the star opened up about her voyage to defeat dietary problems and battles over body disgracing in a crude and ground-breaking photoshoot for ESPN’s September Body Issue. (That is to say, the young lady did vaulting in her birthday suit. In the event that that is not defenselessness, what is?)

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Nowadays, be that as it may, Ohashi is centered around her wellbeing and satisfaction — and it’s so relatable. When she needs to feel solid in her body, Ohashi reveals to Bustle she tosses on some music and “just start[s] moving around.” “That is the thing that gets me out of my shell,” she says. Her preferred craftsman to get down to might astound you, be that as it may. “Wheezy, at this moment, is only my top choice,” she says.

Ohashi likewise opened up about her affection for soothsaying (she’s a proud Aries), numerology, and being an Enneagram Type Two — something she imparts to Kondos Field, affectionately known as “Miss Val,” who was additionally being respected at the occasion.

Kondos Field, who likewise resigned from her work at UCLA this year, has been a solid promoter for every last bit of her competitors, and says she trusts she’s associated with preparing competitors with “nobility, and tolerability, and regard, and love.” She additionally needs individuals to know “that you don’t need to strip the delight out of anything, ever,” she says.

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