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Back Handspring Two Feet Back Tuck Dismount

This is a fair example of back handspring landing on two feet to a back tuck dismount. Gymnasts must know how to perform the combination on floor, and also how to perform a beam standing back handspring to two feet and rebound. The combination is trained first on a low beam with folded mats on the sides, and the apparatus end pointing to a loose foam pit.

By |2011-02-08T23:57:56-05:00February 8th, 2011|Categories: Balance Beam Dismounts|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments