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Front Hip Circle Spot Front View

One of the main differences between spotting a front hip circle down and a whole front hip circle to support is that for the complete skill the spotter places himself on the same side of the bar that the gymnast starts the skill. Notice how after the back pull over the coach switched sides to spot the front hip circle to support when the gymnast begins to speed around. The coach standing on the left side spots the hamstring area with his left hand and his right hand spots the gymnast's back. If he is just spotting a front hip down he switches to the other bar side again.

By |2011-01-24T17:11:57-05:00January 24th, 2011|Categories: Basics|Tags: , , , , , |3 Comments

Arabian Double Tuck Front View

These are front views of arabian double fronts. There are some technical basic round off back handspring mistakes such as not keeping a straighter forward motion toward the round off, arms bent on the back handspring, and open cowboy tuck position on the arabian. Some other basics are fine and the tumbling speed and power are very good.

By |2011-01-19T22:23:58-05:00January 19th, 2011|Categories: Arabians|Tags: , , , , , |1 Comment

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