Snap down drills are closely related to the hands-to-feet motion on back handsprings required to add power and turn over to the rebound connecting a handspring to another handspring or to a somersault. The goal is to open the shoulder area and then pushing from shoulders and wrists snap the whole body into a deep hollow while turning on one unit from hands to feet. /Still1/ Shoulder Opening. /Still2/ Straight up handstand. /Still 3/ Shoulders opening. /Still 4/ Aiming for hollow turn over down.
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