Dating a former gymnast or diver is a fabulous route to go. Although most lack a large bust, the typically tight and perky asses make up for it. They can bend in ways that would boggle the mind, and a little pain is almost enjoyable. Reminiscent of the training endured during their glory days. Without doubt, gymnasts and divers have a little crazy in them, and I like to think most of it is good crazy.
First lets discuss the superior physical stature of gymnasts and divers. They typically come in pint-sized or longer and lean. You can take your pick. The lack of chesticles is an obvious disadvantage, but some develop hooters after retirement so you might get lucky and find one of those rare breeds. I missed out on that post-competitive development. Bummer. But I kept my ass. Although, like any aging adult, body parts may not stay as great as they once were, there’s something to be said for a butt. Due to necessary lower-body strength, and continuous training, gymnasts and divers tend to have a somewhat bubbly bottom. Now guys who appreciate an ass they can grab on to are totally into this. And it doesn’t really go away. Most former gymnasts and divers also maintain a fairly athletic frame…there are ups and downs of course, but strong legs, toned arms, nice tummies…most remain somewhat better than the average bear. And it’s well deserved. The years and hours and social activities lost to a serious athlete are endless. Another thing that remains is flexibility. I’m convinced that over the course of many years of intense stretching, muscles give up. They decide to throw in the towel, and just be freakishly bendy. I’m 28 and don’t participate in yoga, nor do I stretch everyday, but I can still do the splits, my hips maneuver as if dislocated, I can put my knees to my face and my feet behind my head, and a back-bend or bridge is a piece of cake. As I age I’m sure things will stiffen up a bit, but at this point, I appreciate my advanced ranges of motion. And so does the guy I’m dating.
On another physical note; serious athletes have pretty killer endurance. They can go and go and go. I’ll leave it at that and let you get imaginative.
Now participating in collegiate gymnastics or diving requires a fair amount of self-motivation, perfectionism, and perseverance. These female athletes do not give up. They strive to be the best at everything they do. Educationally, professionally, physically…:) Half-ass is not an option. So generally speaking, this category of women will share characteristics of independence, hard-work, and following instruction well. Again…I’ll let your mind wander to explore all the possibilities.
Finally, the element of fear and pain are two very relevant topics in both gymnastics and diving. Not a practice goes by without something new or scary. Something uncomfortable. Something that tests your physical limits. Something painful. Something that generates a rush of adrenaline that’s hard to match. So gymnasts and divers alike are slightly masochistic in the sense that they’re willing to push their bodies to places the vast majority of the population don’t realize exist. And seeking out new and exciting means of achieving an adrenaline rush is common.
I know football players and wrestlers probably think they’re the baddest motherfuckers out there, but I’m going to have to disagree. Gymnasts and divers tackle the most unnatural of sports. It’s the culmination exploring the boundaries of physical and mental development. Their bodies are capable of things that should not be humanly possible, and the awareness, focus, and fearless nature required to compete at a high level puts them in a league of their own. And they spend the bulk of their lives in almost no clothing so nudity is no issue. Crybabies would never creep into this category, so this group has more will and strength than most are ever required to exhibit. I think these women are more than daring and brave, they’re liberated. Sexually, mentally, emotionally and otherwise. So find yourself a bendy babe and hold on tight. It’ll be a fun ride.