This depends greatly upon how flexible you are and how often/hard you work at it. You could easily learn how to do so with proper exercise and spotting in a week or two but if you are a good ways from your goal it could take a month or two. When you practice, start facing a wall then do your back bend,slowly climb your feet up the wall and kick over. That will help you learn what it feels like and will help build the flexibility in your back.
It just depends on how long your kickovers are and how long your round off backhandspring. ther is no correct answer becaude everyone does it differently.
As long as it goes 10 yards before bouncing back it is a legal kick
Put force on your peddles, when you release your knees, make sure you strain your back then jolt it backwerds. push on your heels in the air and use your arm muscles to swoop it back to the surphase.
if the spine consists of a long bone we cudent bend our back
"Kick-Ass" 2010 is 117 minutes long .
No. Well you could bend tham back into shape but the chances of the engine even running at all are low as you would have to get them back to their perfect original shape. They'd rip the guides to shreds if they are slighly out of shape, and before long, the cylinder head.
The players usually set up like a bend wall. The long snapper will snap the ball and the holder will put the ball in place then kicker will kick the ball.
It mainly depends on your goals and efforts :D
it was2 years long
Not to long because holding it to long caused over use syndrome in my back but any ways about ten sec. To thirty seconds at the most! Gymnastics rocks, jus sayin
Back handsprings are a level 3 skill, and back tucks are level 5. So let your coaches know you want to move up.