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Basic Standing Jump Dismounts at the End of Beam

Once the gymnast have learned how to perform some basic jumps on floor and have a good understanding of how to land safely, they may also practice basic dismounts. In the tuck jump, emphasis is placed on bringing the knees up close to the chest. For a pike jump, the gymnast brings the legs up close to a horizontal line. The goal is to show a deep pike at peak height. The straddle jump dismount must emphasize hip turn-out so at peak height the front part of the legs are facing up toward the ceiling.

By |2011-02-08T23:57:59-05:00February 8th, 2011|Categories: Balance Beam Dismounts|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Standing Back Handspring Mistakes

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.

By |2011-01-11T21:49:55-05:00January 11th, 2011|Categories: Back Tumbling|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

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