If you are doing tumbling before it, such as a back hand spring, or if your just doing it standing, when it comes to the tuck these are the steps to follow.
1.) Do some warm-ups first. Like, jumping as high in the air as you can with your arms up to get the feel of where you stop in the air.
2.) When it comes to doing the flip, start with your arms up. Keeping your chest up use your arms to help swing you into the air.
3.) When you get to the highest point of your jump you will bring your knees to your chest and rotate backwards.
Keep in mind this flip will go fast and it does always happen the first time.
Make sure you have someone who knows what they are doing spotting you.
You can't just make yourself rotate backwards in mid-air. You have to initiate the rotation in pushing off the floor by pushing your hips forwards. Then when you tuck it speeds the rotation up.
Gymnasts but mainly Cheerleaders throw full twists. To do them...you need to have a PERFECT layout. Or at least a very good one. You start the same as you would for a layout. Once you are in the air...twist your arms whichever way you feel more comfortable. Your body will twist naturally.
in order to do a back tuck you will need a gymnastics or cheer mat, or a spring floor and a coach or someone spotting you. Then u go into a position where tyou "sit" in a chair and you arch your back and jump off your feet and tuck into a ball and rotate. Once you rotate all the way around spot your feet and stick the landing. remember before you go it is easier if you spot something so you dont throw your head back. if oyu throw your head back it will not be as good and you may get hurt.
To do a backwards roll, you need to start off by standing with your hands in the air. Then crouch down and put our hands on your shoulders palms up. Then roll backwards. Tuck your head in and with your hands push yourself up back into a standing position!
Hope this helps!
In gymnastics, for sure you learn a round-off to back handspring, for back tuck. This is part of a level 6 skill. You should have your round-off back handspring from level 4. The back tuck is the harder part. You start to practice back tucks in level 5 or 6, it depends. To get a back tuck, after completing your back handspring jump really high in the air and tuck back as fast as you can. It might seem scary at first because you are just in the air, but don't panic about it. Stay calm and practice and you will get it eventually. Your coach will also be spotting you the first few times until you are confident about doing it. I hope this helped.
try this on a trampoline
jump up high
flip 2 times
when u flip
put ur weight to the other side
First, you do a cartweel and land with two feet. Next, you do a backflip and tuck.
It depends. Do you mean the front or back tuck where you basically flip over? or do you mean the tuck jump where you bring your knees up to your chest?
Here is a list of tricks you can learn on a trampoline * Front Handspring * Front Tuck * Back Handspring * Back Tuck * Handstand * Cartwheel * Round- Off * Round- Off Back Handspring * Round- Off Back Handspring Tuck * Back Handspring, Back Handspring * Back Handspring, Back Tuck * Front Handspring, Front Handspring * Front Handspring, Front Tuck * Back Tuck, Back Tuck * Front Tuck, Front Tuck * Front Handspring, Back Handspring * Back Handspring, Front Handspring * Russian * Pike * Tuck * Seat Drop * Belly Flop * Back Drop * Twist * Cannon Ball * Side Flip * Sommersault ... if you have a big enough trampoline... you can do alot more tricks. This is only some of the basic tricks. If you are able to do these... you can experience alot more complicated tricks. If you try these and get hurt... well it is not our fault... we are just sugesting this. Thanks... and remember BE CAREFUL... DONT HURT YOURSELF
back handspring, front tuck, back tuck, layout, full.
At minimum a back handspring. The level has recently increased with the quality of tumblers increasing and most of the girls who try out have at least a Standing back handspring back tuck or a standing tuck. For running tumbling the majority, if not all of the girls have a round off back handspring back tuck
In order easiest 1st: Foreword roll handstand handstand foreword roll cartwheel round-off running round-off rebound front walk over back walkover (you can do all of these without a spot) harder skills ;) front handspring back handspring round-off back handspring round-off back tuck back tuck handspring seres the last 5 i would recommend with a spot P.S. you can switch the order of the front and back walkovers and handsprings
Tumbling in gymnastics is basically doing a bunch of gymnastics moves one after the other in a TUMBLE ROLL. For example: Carwheel, roundoff, Back handspring, back handspring, back tuck. BUt, it can go on longer or shorter than that :)
it depends where u want to cheer. for grade school squads a back handspring is not required. however, once u get into the high school level it depends on whether the squad competes or not. in college a back handspring is most likely going to be required, if not something greater, such as a round off back handspring back tuck or layout
round off layout backhandspring buck tuck full. and double back handspring back tuck full. hope this helps.
I don't have the foggiest clue :-(
It depends on how advanced a gymnast is. Level one is pullovers, somersaults, four is back handspring, six is back handspring back tuck, elite level is double front, double back, double pike, stalder full twist, Yurchenko, etc.
forward roll backward roll handstand forward roll cartwheel roundoff front walkover backwalkover front handspring back handspring round off back handspring tuck round off tuck standing tuck bhs tuck round off back handspring layout round off layout bhs bhs layout bhs layout round off back handspring full roung off full bhs bhs full bhs full standing full round off back hand spring double full round off double full bhs bhs double full bhs double full standing double full
if you do less, then your back tuck will be higher, because you will be less tired. the more back handsprings you do, the tireder you get, and the worse your back tuck will be. *coming from a level 7 gymnast* Ignore that, it's completely wrong. The more back handsprings you do increases your power, thus making a tuck, layout, full, ect. higher and easier.
$MONEY$ USUALLY ABOUT $400 AND A FRONT AND BACK HANDSPRING, STANDING FRONT AND BACK TUCK, AND BASIC THINGS LIKE CARTWHEELS.