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Winning Balance: What I've learned so far about love, faith, and living your dreams, PDF Material included (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 5 juin 2012

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Si vous aimez Shawn Johnson, vous apprécierez d'entrer dans le cheminement de ses pensées avant et pendant les Jeux Olympiques de 2008. Ceci dit, si vous avez suivi sa carrière, il n'y a pas de scoops dans ce livre et il permet simplement de mieux connaître sa personnalité et de mieux comprendre ses choix.
Quant aux livres sur la gymnastique de haut niveau, il y a à mon avis de bien meilleurs témoignages que celui-ci.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice book by a 20 year old 8 juin 2012
Par T. Luo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I think of Shawn I think of a great athlete with a bubbly personality and a big smile. As a gymnastics fan I would've liked to read more on her dealings with other athletes, coaches, us gymnastic staff, travels, etc. I realize she was still competing while she worked on this book so maybe that played a factor. She did share some stories of her adventure in Beijing and they were fun tales.

I did find the 2nd half of the book (post Olympics) surprising and honest, a lot of highs and lows for a young woman. Although I think she is probably 15-20 years too young to write a memoir on life lessons this is a decent book for a 20 year old athlete and is a fairly entertaining read.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good for Young Women, Gymnasts, and Other Athletes 19 décembre 2013
Par L. Erickson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I read this first to see if it's appropriate for my tweenish daughter, a gymnastic fan, and I feel it is. It is NOT primarily a memoir of her gymnastics training, experiences, or career, so if you are looking for that, this isn't it. She does of course talk about it, but it doesn't provide a lot of details on the training or moves itself. Her emphasis is her personal journey to date, and the second half is all post-Olympics, talking about her Dancing With The Stars experience, and her personal struggles to make sense of her life post-gymnastics. She talks a lot about her Christian faith in this part of the book, but I didn't feel it was proselytizing or judgmental. She is young, so it does seem immature compared to most memoirs- but most memoirs aren't written when someone is 20! For the short life she has had, she has done a lot, and she has a great optimism and heart to her. So if you are a fan, and/or a young girl or woman, you will probably really appreciate this book.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Inspiring read! 22 janvier 2017
Par Em - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Shawn's story is an inspiring journey for anyone. Very few realize how hard girls train to become an Olympic gymnast, and how coveted those spots on the team really are. The highlight for me is reading about the aftermath of being an Olympic medalist and figuring out what to do next... and these girls are so young to be faced with such big life choices. I mean, how many of us fulfill our life's dream by the age of 16 and are faced with what to do next? Shawn has made the transition beautifully and has embraced the Lord and her family and friends to lift her during the tough times. We can all learn something special from this spunky yet eloquent young lady who won our hearts in Beijing with her performance, and her sportsmanship... Truly a Golden Flower!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I follow gymnastics pretty heavily since I am a former gymnast/diver and she ... 26 mars 2015
Par Bryce - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have always been a huge fan of Shawn Johnson even before all her fame from the Olympics. I follow gymnastics pretty heavily since I am a former gymnast/diver and she has always been one of my favorite gymnasts to watch. When I heard she had an autobiography about her coming out I had to get it. This book did not disappoint, it was interesting to hear about what she thought about the Olympics and post Olympics and training and just really about her life outside of gymnastics. I recommend to anyone who likes Shawn Johnson and wants to know more about her rather than just her Olympic gymnastics career. It also sends a lot of positive vibes for people to overcome difficulties in their lives.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love it ! 22 janvier 2016
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love this book, finished reading it within a day ! I can't believe how a 17 year old girl (then) could write such an honest and entertaining book. I enjoyed reading every page of it. Especially the parts where she described her 2008 Olympic experience were so unique and intriguing . I have never seen an athlete describe Olympics and her own mental preparation during this event so genuinely before. Despite being much older than her, her book and personality really inspired me. Definitely a much more honest book than the one of Nastia Liukin.
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