The gymnasts at Acrovision Sports Center in Bend all have different strengths, but they all have the same biggest enemy.
"You get scared of something, and you don't want to do it, and you get frustrated," said Grace West.
"Fear is really hard to overcome," said Blaine Davis.
"The fear of it all, like having to push through every day, through things that you're scared of," said Brandi Jacobson.
Coach Mohini Bhardwaj Barry knows first-hand what that fear is like. In 2004, she entered the biggest competition of her life -- the Olympic trials. She was 25 years old, and people doubted she'd ever make Team USA and compete in the Olympics in Athens.
"There's no way you can do it, you're too old, you should just give up," Bhardwaj Barry recalled them saying. "I think that kind of fueled me to work harder and make my goals and my dreams come true."
Not only did she make the team -- she stood on the podium when her team took home the silver medal.
"This is basically 20 years of stress, pain, tears, excitement, and joy that you can put into a box," said Bhardwaj Barry.
Bhardwaj Barry also has a more permanent reminder of the biggest moment in her career: a tattoo of the Olympic rings on her forearm. She hung up her leotard after Athens, but never left the gymnastics world.
Now coaching five days a week, she says she sees a lot of herself in the young girls practicing to be just like her.
"You see them get better," Bhardwai Barry said. "You see them set their goals, starting out small, and you see them attain the bigger goals.
"You see them work through fears and frustrations -- and when they finally get it, it's the happiest experience ever."