Full Out Friends

Photos by Traci Westcott/The Herald
Kaydance Seidl, 10, top, and Adi Foster, 9, both of Jasper, laugh after they fell backwards onto the mat at Full Out Tumble and Cheer in Jasper on Monday. The girls have grown up together and frequently spend their evenings at the gym while their mothers teach classes. "We just have fun and laugh a lot," Kaydance said. 

 

Adi Foster, 9, left, and Kaydance Seidl, 10, both of Jasper, laugh as they do a spin jump on the trampoline at Full Out Tumble and Cheer in Jasper on Monday. 

 

Aubrie Dobson, 6, left, and Kenedi Knapp, 5, both of Montgomery, glance at each other while doing backbend crawls during their level one dance class at Full Out Tumble and Cheer in Jasper on Monday. Kenedi and Aubrie are cousins and have been taking classes together for about a year. 



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