Rosie MacLennan

June 2013
Living Without;Jun/Jul2013, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p14
An interview with Canadian trampoline gymnast Rosannagh MacLennan is presented. When asked about her preparations for the 2012 Summer Olympics, she states that she spent four hours with a coach in strength and conditioning gym. She mentions that her strength and conditioning regimen include plyometrics and weight resistance. She adds that she started on a special diet before the 2012 Olympics wherein she consumed more vegetables and protein.


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