Katelyn Ohashi is a six-time All-American, four-time All-American and former UCLA gymnast. In a video for Insider, published last year, she reviewed 10 gymnastics videos and rated them based on their accuracy. It is important to note that Katelyn also started her own YouTube channel where she shares videos of herself doing various activities.
Katelyn Ohashi gave an 8/10 rating to The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
Speaking about the self-defense gymnastics used in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), she said: To see also : Man City manager Pep Guardiola’s reaction to Erling Haaland’s hat-trick is incredible.
Watching the video clip reminded her of Danusia Francis, who went to UCLA and was about to fail one of her passes. Instead of stepping or falling, she decided to make a spring on her back that looked just like Spider-Man.
Additionally, watching the fight scenes, Katelyn wondered what gymnastic moves she would use if she got caught in a fight scene.
Overall, she gave the video an 8/10 based on its gymnastic accuracy.
The ratings she gave to other films are:
Katelyn Ohashi went viral on YouTube for her “perfect 10” floor routine at the 2019 Collegiate Challenge
Born in Seattle, Katelyn Ohashi started gymnastics at the age of three, making her national debut when she was just twelve years old. She won many laurels at the junior level before graduating. See the article : Watch: The NFL world reacts to the Cowboy Cheerleader Pregame photo. However, in 2013, she withdrew from international competitions due to injuries and less than desirable performances.
She applied to the University of California, Los Angeles and majored in gender studies. Katelyn was pretty much the queen of floor gymnastics and scored three perfect 10s on floor in 2018. This was followed by her first six perfect 10s at the Collegiate Challenge in 2019. The video of Katelyn Ohashi scoring perfect 10s went viral around the world.
After graduating in 2019, she retired from artistic gymnastics at the age of 22 due to severe injuries and psychological problems. Since retiring, she has set her sights on projects outside of gymnastics. She worked on two books. While one of them is a collection of poetry, the other is for teenagers focusing on issues like divorce and self-esteem.
Katelyn Ohashi is also working on several projects focusing on mental health, one of which is an animated short film inspired by the late Kobe Bryant’s Dear Basketball (2017), which she hopes to direct and release in 2023.