uneven parallel bars


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Noun1.uneven parallel bars - a pair of parallel bars set at different heights; used in women's gymnastics
bars, parallel bars - gymnastic apparatus consisting of two parallel wooden rods supported on uprights
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Kane did that again after she competed Saturday at the girls state gymnastics individual finals at Palatine, where she had qualified for the uneven parallel bars finals.
Senior and South Eugene graduate Chelsea Tang won the balance beam (9.925), tied for second in the uneven parallel bars (9.900) and placed third in the floor exercise (9.900) for the Beavers.
--Arms strength: arms bending and stretching (push-ups); hang with elbows bent, chin over bar at uneven parallel bars / high bar
Who knew all those flips and dismounts off the uneven parallel bars would one day help her leap and spiral off 1- and 3-meter diving boards?
Uneven Parallel Bars: The qualifying round requires companies to have no delinquencies or restructures in their mortgage loan portfolio.
I gave the nickname 'Bravo' to Tian because of his ability to do a full handstand press with a half pike dismount and a twist from the uneven parallel bars. Not bad for someone in their mid sixties, I thought.
The duality is therefore not only one of permeability, or of solid and void (with the architects likening the form to a pair of uneven parallel bars), but also one of controlled views, framing the sky above the street and giving a low level panorama of the garden; a view cone that incidentally and rather cunningly maintains views of the grandparents' home while giving privacy from big brother above.
Here, Samantha shows excellent form on the uneven parallel bars.
"We climb a long rope (using hands only), and we do pullups" she says, along with dips, pushups, leg lifts, sprints, hanging leg lifts, and other drills, all just to stay in shape to work on the different events: the vault, floor exercises, balance beam, and Amy's favorite, uneven parallel bars.
My paper ran a story recently about a local Olympic hopeful who took a nasty spill on the uneven parallel bars, breaking her jaw and nose and losing three teeth in the process.
Gymnast John Roethlisberger bends his limber body over and under the uneven parallel bars as if he were made of rubber.
She also had 9.1s on vault and uneven parallel bars and 8.8 on balance beam with a rare fall on her aerial.