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Beau Ramirez
Beau Ramirez

Two Gymnast Naked Girls Dancing

The word gymnastics derives from the common Greek adjective γυμνός (gymnos),[2] by way of the related verb γυμνάζω (gymnazo), whose meaning is to "train naked", "train in gymnastic exercise", generally "to train, to exercise".[3] The verb had this meaning because athletes in ancient times exercised and competed without clothing.

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Gymnastics is one of the most dangerous sports, with a very high injury rate seen in girls age 11 to 18.[44] Some gymnastic movements which were allowed in past competitions are now banned for safety reasons.[clarification needed]

In addition to physical injuries, engaging in competitive gymnastics has been linked to eating disorders[49] which, if left unchecked, can result in the development of relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S), formerly known as the "female athlete triad". RED-S is a syndrome of three interrelated conditions which cause long-standing illness in girls and women and can even cause death.

AUTHOR RESPONSE: Yes, we considered the hours of training they performed in the inclusion criteria (lines 92-93). The hours of sport added outside of gymnastics training were also considered, specifically the participants were not involved in other sport or recreational activity (e.g dancing, biking) organized by the local community at the time of the study. To further clarify the point a sentence was added in the methods section (lines 96-97).

Part on body image. A comparison is made between girls participating in aesthetic sports. The results show that the girls involved in sports have a higher self-esteem. The question is if this is related to the sports participation. To be able to participate in these sports, an athletic body is needed. So, was the self-esteem of these girls not already higher before they started with the sport, did they start with the sport because they had a well-formed body. How to conclude that the higher self-esteem is the result of participating in gymnastic?

My first concern was that the authors conclude that there is a correlation between aerobic gymnastic and self esteem, that this gymnastic increases the self esteem. As said in my first comment, it might wll be that girls with a higher self esteem decided to take part in this gymanstic, so the higher self esteem is not the result of gymanstic.


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