Incredible Physique of #45 Bayley Humphrey from Baylor Acrobatics and Tumbling Team Goes Viral

If you are a fan of acrobatics and tumbling, you may have heard of Bayley Humphrey, a junior base from Chandler, Arizona, who competes for the Baylor University acrobatics and tumbling team. Humphrey has been making waves on social media for her impressive physique, especially her muscular legs, wide shoulders, and tall stature.

Humphrey’s height and weight are not listed on her Baylor profile, but she is one of the strongest and most versatile bases on the team, capable of lifting and supporting her partners in various acrobatic elements. She has also competed in tumbling passes, showing off her power and agility.

People are amazed by how ripped her legs are, which she attributes to years of training and conditioning. It’s alleged that she does a lot of squats, lunges, deadlifts, and leg presses to strengthen her lower body. She also allegedly does plyometrics, cardio, and yoga to improve her endurance, speed, and flexibility.

Her shoulders are also a source of admiration and envy for many. Her upper body is built like a person who does a lot of exercises such as push-ups, pull-ups, dips, rows, and shoulder presses. She also has superhero like core strength, because core stabilization needs to be a peak levels to protect her spine and pelvis during acrobatic maneuvers.

Her height is another factor that sets her apart from other athletes in her sport. As you’ll see she is often towering over her peers, which adds to the mystique of her physique. Humphrey has been involved in acrobatics and tumbling since she was a kid. She allegedly started with gymnastics at age four and switched to cheerleading at age 12. She competed for Hamilton High School and Mesa Community College, before transferring to Baylor in 2022.

Details About Acrobatics and Tumbling

Acrobatics and tumbling is a relatively new sport that emerged in the late 2000s as an alternative to traditional cheerleading. It is governed by the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association (NCATA), which was founded in 2010. The NCATA currently has 35 member schools across the country.

The sport consists of six events: compulsory, acro, pyramid, toss, tumbling, and team routine. Each event has different skills and difficulty levels that are scored by judges based on execution, synchronization, amplitude, and composition.

Baylor is one of the most successful programs in acrobatics and tumbling history. The Bears have won six national championships since 2015 under head coach Felecia Mulkey. They have also produced several individual event champions and All-Americans.

Humphrey is one of them. She was named the NCATA Specialist of the Week for her performance in pyramid in February 2023. She also earned honorable mention for Most Outstanding Athlete of the Year in April 2023. There’s no doubt in a few years she may be a superstar in the sports world.

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