Lloimincia Hall's Spiritual Moves
BATON ROUGE - Watching Lloimincia Hall perform on the floor would leave some speechless. Others would call it larger than life.
For Hall, she's just telling you a story.
"Floor is a time when I engage with the audience and tell them my story," Hall said. "I was a nobody trying to tell a story about who a real God is."
Hall is a 5 time all-american and one of only two gymnasts in SEC history to win a title in the same event all four years of college, but she says she owes it all to God. She's not shy about her religion, crediting her spirtual beliefs for her abilities to perform for over 10,000 people.
"Spiritual is everything to me," Hall explains. "That's where it came from my Sophomore year when I started pointing up to Christ."
Many people know "Mincie" for rocking the PMAC, but not many know that it all started in a church in her hometown of Dallas, Texas. Now, Hall uses her gift to give back to others trying to provide their message through motion.
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