On the next few clips a different gymnast offers examples of some of those basic back handspring mistakes already mentioned. /Undercut with poor blocking repulsion and pike turn over. /A much longer and nice back handspring example with good hands to feet turn over. /Second flying phase example with an incorrect pike turnover. /Much better hollow body turnover /Deep squat with very poor blocking and arms repulsion. /Still 3/ Deep squats slow down and weaken the jumping power. /Though it looks somewhat better still the power damaging mistakes must be adressed and corrected. /Deep squat and undercut. A Much better slight bent knees power jump and a longer handspring. / Another undercut example. / Deep squat and no arms block or quick repulsion. /Still1/ Squat. Still2/ the body is to far pass the vertical to block off the floor with effective arms repulsion and hollow turn over. Still/ Due to technical mistakes the legs are coming down but the body has not moved up for effective follow up connections tumbling. /Check this much better second flying phase turn over. Still 1/ Preparation. Still2/ Tight arch first flying phase. Still 3/ Deep hollow second flying phase.
Standing Back Handspring Mistakes
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