KELIANNE STANKUS is a dancer, actress, gymnast, and YouTube personality. She is best recognized for being a part of the group Acrobots that performs routines on hoverboards. She also gained much popularity for directing and performing in their routine for Justin Bieber's hit "Sorry," which earned over 7 million views on YouTube. A former member of the US National Acrobatic Gymnastics team, Stankus is a multitalented personality. She has been passionate about dancing and gymnastics since her childhood. Also a social media star, she has earned tremendous online fame on various social media platforms. She is incredibly famous on TikTok where she has over 9 million followers. Stankus, who was a member of the Empire Acro Gymnastics club, is a very simple, family-oriented girl and loves spending her leisure time with her siblings and parents.
LESLIE MUNOZ is an acrobat, gymnast, hand balancer, and performer. She started artistic gymnastics when she was 12 and stood out to the owner of the gym. He recommended she transition into acrobatic gymnastics. Within the first two years on her gym's acro team, she became a member of the US National Acrobatic Gymnastics team. During her last competitive season, her group, AcroArmy, placed third on America's Got Talent. That then led her to accept a job offer in Ukraine for a circus tour at 17 years old. Since retiring, she is now in school to become an elementary school teacher. Hear her episode on the 10.0 Podcast by Train Like A Gymnast here.
What are the goals of the program?
Press Like A Gymnast is meant to help intermediate handstanders to build the strength, technique, and flexibility needed to successfully perform a half press from feet or full stalder press from the floor.