PROJECT SUTO

PROJECT SUTO

My birthday is on the same day as the WAG Team Finals at Worlds this year, so I wish for every team to have the perfect competition and may the best win.That’s all I want for my birthday.

Oh, and a cake wouldn’t be bad either

If Tomi doesn’t bring me a shirt, signed by the Russian WAG team, as my bday present, I seriously have to reconsider our relationship.

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iordikachu:

sometimes i wonder if gymnasts hear a floor music and get jealous a la “DAMN! i could’ve thought of that first”

Honestly, I do that a lot! Jealousy included :D

http://thepushyqueenofsluttown.tumblr.com/post/97818500849/still-over-here-trying-to-fathom-how-it-is-that

thepushyqueenofsluttown:

Still over here trying to fathom how it is that Maddie Desch made the team over Dowell.

Have made no progress.

….ugh.

I mean, Desch must have had the camp of her life, because she has been looking a total mess for like…a year at least. Meanwhile poor Brenna worked her ass off to go from…

I really dont want to whine about it but the same happened in my country (I know its a bigger deal in the US but still sinilar). One girl was picked who has not managed to stay consistent throughout the last 2 seasons (and also messed up at our qualification comp), yet they chose her over other girls who remained clean and hit all their routines in competition over the years. And I wasnt the only ‘Brenna’ in our case and Im not the only one who doesnt understand our federation’s decision.

I wanted to keep it quiet about my opinion, and by saying all that, I am not talking against my teammate who is going to Worlds because its not her ‘fault’ to be favoured. I hope she has fun out there competing and I wish her the best.

So excuse me once again but it had to be said that some people making big decisions doesnt always think right or know their facts.

Hi! Do have any news about noemi? How is her heel?And do you know about her upgrades? Thanks! :)

Answer:

Hi!

All I know is that her heel is not bad at all, it’s just something that she wanted to rest, and that’s why she skipped the last competition, but it will be a 100% okay for Worlds :)

I only asked her about her vault, where she said, she couldn’t get the technique of the harder vaults (DTY and handspring pike full) so she will keep her handspring-pike-half and yurchenko full for now.

And because Hungary is aiming for a spot in the top 24, she won’t do anything risky, such as her full-in double pike dismount on beam, because they all need to stay as clean and consistent as possible. She might upgrade something if she makes it to AA finals, but as for qualifications, they are playing it safe.

I love your back spin on floor, it's such a cool move! Is it inspired by Elena Produnova? I remember she did it in her 1995 routine and I think she is the only one I have seen perform it besides you.

Answer:

Thanks!

Actually, I was inspired by a Hungarian gymnast, Renáta Kiss. She was a national team member back in the days when I just began to compete. She is from the same club as Onodi, Boczogo and Makra, she was so amazing!

So yep, I remember watching her compete, her floor music was Shakira’s song called Objection and it was such a cool routine, I really wanted to learn that back spin!

arabianpunchfront:

project-suto:

In case you’re wondering about my second vault, here is the video of both vaults from qualifications!

AGNES OMG THAT SECOND VAULT!!!! WOW! 

It’s so crazy. Is it a yurchenko full on full off?

Ah!! They’re both amazing!

I’m glad you like it! It is a full on full off :)

In case you’re wondering about my second vault, here is the video of both vaults from qualifications!

My experience at the Hungarian GP 2014
I’m going to try to keep it short..
So, I arrived to Budapest on Tuesday (sept 9th). I did go earlier, simply because it was easy to organize, and my parents own an apartment in Budapest and it was possible to train at a gym called FTC, so we thought it was a good idea to go couple of days before everyone else. (my stepdad’s family lives in Budapest so he got to spend some time with them which was nice).
So back to gymnastics :) The gym in Budapest was really nice, I felt like I was able to set my mind to my ‘competition mood’ and focus. It was also super nice to be around people I’ve known since I was younger.
We drove to Szombathely on Friday, for the podium training (that’s when all the other gymnasts arrived). I finally got to see Tomi, and Dorina and many of my friends. I felt like I was meant to be there, and it was the perfect place for me. Also, when some of the ”famous faces” appeared at the gym, I started fangirling, mostly about Alexander Shatilov and Lefteris Kosmidis, I thought it was super awesome to see them. And of course many girls joined me at my ‘Shatilov fangirl moments’.
Off the topic. Once again.
I have no idea how, but I ran out of time, we had to leave the hotel and my hair wasn’t ready so it was a fantastic adventure, doing my hair on the bus. I’m sure everybody loved to breathe in all that hairspray I used during the drive. I did my bun+braids wrapped around hairstyle, and I’m feeling pretty proud of the fact that I managed to do it on the bus.
Everything was going well during the warmup, and I was focusing on keeping myself calm, and not to get nervous. I started on floor.
The only big task was the double back, but when it was done, I enjoyed the routine a lot more. I took some big steps after my passes, because the floor was really bouncy, but I’m not disappointed with my performance at all. I was very relieved that I didn’t forget my new choreography :D
Vault was normal, I did both of my vaults as good as I could. Many people asked about my second vault, everybody thought it was pretty cool and interesting, so that was a nice thing to hear.
Aaaaaand bars. Oh well… The warm up was good, even the competition routine started well… But then I lost focus, and fell over in my release from the upper to lower bar. Then I thought ”oh well, what do I do now, I’ve never made that mistake in competition before” so I got some chalk, got up to handstand to continue my routine aaaand…. I fell again. Got back up and finished my routine. I was disappointed, and not because I made a mistake, but because it was a mistake that wouldn’t have happened if I focused better. Falling from a gienger or from my hipcircle full wouldn’t have made me annoyed, because those skills are hard to do and it happens that I can’t get them right. So yep, now I use this experience to learn from it, and I won’t make this mistake ever again!
But well… I still had beam left. I though ”Alright, let’s just do a clean routine like I do at trainings. Stay calm”
The beginning of my routine was clean and nice. Then came my easiest skill, the split jump which I was supposed to connect to wolf jump but I was totally off and fell off the beam. That’s another mistake I never do. Beam is my easiest apparatus, I barely make any mistakes (during training and competition) so I was a little shocked and didn’t really know how to deal with the fact that I made more mistakes at this single competition than I did in the past 2 years of competing.
I was not happy about my results, but I was happy over all. I loved competing, I loved being around other gymnasts, and it was awesome and totally worth it!
I made it to vault, bars and floor finals, so that was a plus, as I didn’t expect any finals so it was an awesome surprise.
I will make another post about the finals later :)
ps. I wanted to make a vlog about the whole trip but I left my camera’s charger at home sooo…. yeah… fail, big time! Sorry!
My experience at the Hungarian GP 2014
I’m going to try to keep it short..
So, I arrived to Budapest on Tuesday (sept 9th). I did go earlier, simply because it was easy to organize, and my parents own an apartment in Budapest and it was possible to train at a gym called FTC, so we thought it was a good idea to go couple of days before everyone else. (my stepdad’s family lives in Budapest so he got to spend some time with them which was nice).
So back to gymnastics :) The gym in Budapest was really nice, I felt like I was able to set my mind to my ‘competition mood’ and focus. It was also super nice to be around people I’ve known since I was younger.
We drove to Szombathely on Friday, for the podium training (that’s when all the other gymnasts arrived). I finally got to see Tomi, and Dorina and many of my friends. I felt like I was meant to be there, and it was the perfect place for me. Also, when some of the ”famous faces” appeared at the gym, I started fangirling, mostly about Alexander Shatilov and Lefteris Kosmidis, I thought it was super awesome to see them. And of course many girls joined me at my ‘Shatilov fangirl moments’.
Off the topic. Once again.
I have no idea how, but I ran out of time, we had to leave the hotel and my hair wasn’t ready so it was a fantastic adventure, doing my hair on the bus. I’m sure everybody loved to breathe in all that hairspray I used during the drive. I did my bun+braids wrapped around hairstyle, and I’m feeling pretty proud of the fact that I managed to do it on the bus.
Everything was going well during the warmup, and I was focusing on keeping myself calm, and not to get nervous. I started on floor.
The only big task was the double back, but when it was done, I enjoyed the routine a lot more. I took some big steps after my passes, because the floor was really bouncy, but I’m not disappointed with my performance at all. I was very relieved that I didn’t forget my new choreography :D
Vault was normal, I did both of my vaults as good as I could. Many people asked about my second vault, everybody thought it was pretty cool and interesting, so that was a nice thing to hear.
Aaaaaand bars. Oh well… The warm up was good, even the competition routine started well… But then I lost focus, and fell over in my release from the upper to lower bar. Then I thought ”oh well, what do I do now, I’ve never made that mistake in competition before” so I got some chalk, got up to handstand to continue my routine aaaand…. I fell again. Got back up and finished my routine. I was disappointed, and not because I made a mistake, but because it was a mistake that wouldn’t have happened if I focused better. Falling from a gienger or from my hipcircle full wouldn’t have made me annoyed, because those skills are hard to do and it happens that I can’t get them right. So yep, now I use this experience to learn from it, and I won’t make this mistake ever again!
But well… I still had beam left. I though ”Alright, let’s just do a clean routine like I do at trainings. Stay calm”
The beginning of my routine was clean and nice. Then came my easiest skill, the split jump which I was supposed to connect to wolf jump but I was totally off and fell off the beam. That’s another mistake I never do. Beam is my easiest apparatus, I barely make any mistakes (during training and competition) so I was a little shocked and didn’t really know how to deal with the fact that I made more mistakes at this single competition than I did in the past 2 years of competing.
I was not happy about my results, but I was happy over all. I loved competing, I loved being around other gymnasts, and it was awesome and totally worth it!
I made it to vault, bars and floor finals, so that was a plus, as I didn’t expect any finals so it was an awesome surprise.
I will make another post about the finals later :)
ps. I wanted to make a vlog about the whole trip but I left my camera’s charger at home sooo…. yeah… fail, big time! Sorry!

My experience at the Hungarian GP 2014

I’m going to try to keep it short..

So, I arrived to Budapest on Tuesday (sept 9th). I did go earlier, simply because it was easy to organize, and my parents own an apartment in Budapest and it was possible to train at a gym called FTC, so we thought it was a good idea to go couple of days before everyone else. (my stepdad’s family lives in Budapest so he got to spend some time with them which was nice).

So back to gymnastics :) The gym in Budapest was really nice, I felt like I was able to set my mind to my ‘competition mood’ and focus. It was also super nice to be around people I’ve known since I was younger.

We drove to Szombathely on Friday, for the podium training (that’s when all the other gymnasts arrived). I finally got to see Tomi, and Dorina and many of my friends. I felt like I was meant to be there, and it was the perfect place for me. Also, when some of the ”famous faces” appeared at the gym, I started fangirling, mostly about Alexander Shatilov and Lefteris Kosmidis, I thought it was super awesome to see them. And of course many girls joined me at my ‘Shatilov fangirl moments’.

Off the topic. Once again.

I have no idea how, but I ran out of time, we had to leave the hotel and my hair wasn’t ready so it was a fantastic adventure, doing my hair on the bus. I’m sure everybody loved to breathe in all that hairspray I used during the drive. I did my bun+braids wrapped around hairstyle, and I’m feeling pretty proud of the fact that I managed to do it on the bus.

Everything was going well during the warmup, and I was focusing on keeping myself calm, and not to get nervous. I started on floor.

The only big task was the double back, but when it was done, I enjoyed the routine a lot more. I took some big steps after my passes, because the floor was really bouncy, but I’m not disappointed with my performance at all. I was very relieved that I didn’t forget my new choreography :D

Vault was normal, I did both of my vaults as good as I could. Many people asked about my second vault, everybody thought it was pretty cool and interesting, so that was a nice thing to hear.

Aaaaaand bars. Oh well… The warm up was good, even the competition routine started well… But then I lost focus, and fell over in my release from the upper to lower bar. Then I thought ”oh well, what do I do now, I’ve never made that mistake in competition before” so I got some chalk, got up to handstand to continue my routine aaaand…. I fell again. Got back up and finished my routine. I was disappointed, and not because I made a mistake, but because it was a mistake that wouldn’t have happened if I focused better. Falling from a gienger or from my hipcircle full wouldn’t have made me annoyed, because those skills are hard to do and it happens that I can’t get them right. So yep, now I use this experience to learn from it, and I won’t make this mistake ever again!

But well… I still had beam left. I though ”Alright, let’s just do a clean routine like I do at trainings. Stay calm”

The beginning of my routine was clean and nice. Then came my easiest skill, the split jump which I was supposed to connect to wolf jump but I was totally off and fell off the beam. That’s another mistake I never do. Beam is my easiest apparatus, I barely make any mistakes (during training and competition) so I was a little shocked and didn’t really know how to deal with the fact that I made more mistakes at this single competition than I did in the past 2 years of competing.

I was not happy about my results, but I was happy over all. I loved competing, I loved being around other gymnasts, and it was awesome and totally worth it!

I made it to vault, bars and floor finals, so that was a plus, as I didn’t expect any finals so it was an awesome surprise.

I will make another post about the finals later :)

ps. I wanted to make a vlog about the whole trip but I left my camera’s charger at home sooo…. yeah… fail, big time! Sorry!

omg your new fx music is so cool!! and your double back is really good! weren't some of your dance moves inspired by Mustafina? : ))

Answer:

Thank you!

Yes, the moves were definitely inspired by Aliya Mustafina, although I can’t move nearly as good as her, I still feel like it fits :)

I’m glad you like it!

You are so so pretty and I love your leotard collection! Especially the white and gold one.

Answer:

Thank you! <3 The white and gold is my favorite too :)

GUYS! I FIGURED IT OUT!

If you check the video of my floor routine from this weekend, you can see my back spin, with my right leg straight and left leg bent….

Now check any other floor routine of mine and you will see that my left leg is straight.

gif from http://hope-strongerthanfear.tumblr.com/

PROBLEM SOLVED, I knew something was wrong!

candycoateddoom:

project-suto:

My floor routine from quals. It was hard to control the landings, simply because I’m used to a much harder floor.

I did a lot better at finals but it wasn’t recorded. I hope you guys like the new choreo, I still need to get used to it, but I had fun anyways!

I love your music. “Smells Like Teen Spirit”, right?

Thank you!

You’re right, it’s a cover by David Garrett :) I cut it myself

didnt you forget how to do the back spin?? it looked perfect to me!! also your double back looks so high, congrats!! also i loved the music and the choreo!!

Answer:

Thank you so much!

Yes I did forget how to do it, I kept getting stuck and rolling out of it during trainings so I was super nervous about it. I’m glad I managed to do it somehow at the competition, but I’m still pretty sure i’m doing something differently because it feels much harder as it used to… what a struggle :D

The new floor is very bouncy so I’m sure I could upgrade my floor routine if I had the opportunity to practice on a floor like this, instead of the JF (superhard) floor that we have at our gym.. But i’m glad my passes (especially the double back) looks high

Thanks again!