It's not like I'm going to be doing this until I'm 30 or 40. A lot of the Olympians went to the Golden Globes, and I was walking down the stairs and I totally tumbled down the stairs in front of all the male Olympians. I can do anything on a 4-inch-wide beam, but when I walk down the street in sneakers, I'll trip and fall on my face. I almost fell and put my hand down; it was stupid, I never make that mistake on the beam. That kind of pisses me off -- I always think that it's never good enough.
I should be more proud of myself, but I'm such a perfectionist.born March 25, 1989) is an American actress and recording artist.She gained fame for playing the role of Keely Teslow in the Disney Channel series Phil of the Future and has participated in film and other television roles including the CW series Hellcats and i Zombie. That's when I'm most comfortable: sweating in a gym, covered in chalk. Most girls are used to wearing heels and dresses, and I'm used to being in a leotard with no makeup on. I wish I didn't have to learn that valuable lesson at the Olympics. You work your whole life for a minute-and-a-half beam routine. My body is a little bit more achy than it was before, but at the same time I feel like I'm smarter now and able to understand the recovery process. I'm not sure training seven hours a day is completely healthy. I'll let you know in 10 years if I have arthritis and everything [laughs]. After one Olympics, most people are just burnt out. I'll have a second chance at it, but I think about it all the time.Feel very blessed to know such a great love."And then in May of this year, Aly's "amazing sister and Maid of Honor" AJ Michalka threw a fabulous bridal shower at Aventine Trattoria in Hollywood for her and several of her closest gal pals.At the time of their engagement, the actress and her now-hubby had been dating for almost two years. Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman spoke with reporter Morty Ain about what it was like to take it all off for ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue and how much work goes into a one-and-a-half minute routine. I'm 21 and I'll be 22 in the Olympics year [2016 Rio Games]. I work out six days, 32 hours a week for the dream of competing at the Olympics again.For more from the 2015 Body Issue, check out espn.com/bodyissue! I'm always eating healthy, always going to bed early.But chic New Yorker Brooke and her team, the East High Jets, are equally steadfast in their pursuit of the competition's coveted "Spirit Stick." As tension mounts between the two rival squads, Carson falls for fellow cheerleader Penn, not realizing he's a Jet.When Brooke discovers the budding romance, she raises the stakes by challenging Carson to a one-on-one cheer-off.