She’s won an Olympic gold medal. She’s won a world championship. But early in her career, Canadian trampoline gymnast Rosie MacLennan would look down the line at the other competitors and feel self-concious about the way her body looked compared their their thinner physiques. Her mother helped her understand that her powerfully-built body is a big part of what made her the best at what she does.
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