I know that casting directors often go with actors older than what the character is written as in the script. That's fine if the actor or actress is capable of fitting that age range or the script has some mechanic that puts an older person into the body of a younger person and the story is told through that older actor (or somesuch).
In this movie, all the "college kids" are over 30. Well, actually the main cast is over 30 and shockingly juxtaposed to the background extras who do appear college age. Ladies, slapping on a lot of makeup isn't going to knock 15 years off...you need proper lighting, a fairly immobile position, and to not ever smile or change facial expression in addition. Unfortunately reading lines and moving, generally required for acting, preclude such nonsense. It's not quite as bad as CGI de-aging, but it's still seriously immersion breaking to watch a 34 year old playing a 20 year old. It's just too obvious and distracting.
If you can get past that, there's a rather after-school-special type of airhead realizes her own strengths and the strength of being part of a team message (and...speaking of strength, how the "airhead looking for a husband" came to have a masculine body isn't ever touched on and also distracting).
If you're thinking of watching because you're a gymnastics fan, skip it. There's very little gymnastics in the movie. If you're a romantic comedy fan, skip it. There's no comedy and the romance is contrived and predictable. If you're a fan of "strong women" movies, skip it. The main character has no actual growth or arc and just goes from airhead to super-successful at whatever she does. Ironically, there's a line in the movie where it's pointed out to the main character that it's not about falling, but getting up after a fall (the main character never really falls, just makes a mess of her situation and instantly recovers).
Poor casting, predictable script, and un-relatable characters: if that sounds like an enjoyable recipe, you may enjoy this movie.
I gave 1 star because that's the lowest score possible. I gave a 2nd star because, to its credit, the movie actually does have an ending, ties up loose ends, and wraps things up. I feel this is worth a star on its own because too many movies, writers and screenwriters, just don't finish the script. They simply tell a bit of the story and when they run out of time hang a "the end" sign on it leaving the viewer wondering what happened to the last hour and a half and lamenting that the creators weren't invested enough to finish their own dang film.