the backhandspring is the hardest thing to learn. onc you get your backhandspring you can get your roundoff backhandspring and back tuck real quick!
it is tricky to learn but its like riding a bike when you have it you have it and can do it with no effort
Honestly... yes and no. I mean, it really depends on the type of person you are. If you're even a little scared or lose confidence in yourself, an attempt to do a back handspring will seem almost burdensome and challenging. Just have your coach spot you once. Bargain with yourself... I told myself I would only be spotted one time ONLY! My coach didn't even spot me that one time, because she knew I was confident!
In the beginning, a back hand spring may seem hard or scary. It will take practice with a coach to get it down, but after you get the hang of it, it gets easier. The more you practice it, the easier it gets. Just make sure you get a coach to spot you and teach you the proper form.
yes if you know how to do a backhandspring
Backhandspring (step down one foot at a time), no handed backhandspring (step out one foot at a time) This trick is usually preformed on beam.
A toe back is really a touch touch backhandspring. After you land your toe touchjump right into your backhandspring.
legs together for a start...
A backhandspring is like a back limber but you jump into it only do with proffesionals spotting you do not try by yourself or when no one is looking unless you have a sturdy back handspring
Go to youtube and type in How To Do A Backhandspring.
Most likely, The only thing that's stopping you from getting a backhandspring is a mental block. Get over that and a backhandpring will be easy.
backhandspring tuck layout... NEED TUMBLING
Yes because you have to get your legs back further.
It means senior level 4 stunts and level 2 tumbling. (backhandspring, round off backhandspring)
Believe that was Olga Korbut
you'd have to try to stay light on you're hands
One backhandspring burns 46 calories