There is not a big difference.In a front flip, you do not have to tuck in your feet/calfs, however with the front tuck, your hands have to be wrapped around your feet and bottom part of your legs. So, a front tuck would be a bit easier for some people, and a front flip would be easier for other people.
nothing really... i guess a standing tuck could be thought of as a standing front tuck or back tuck though.
It is different for everyone. My front tumbling is better than my back tumbling, so I got my front tuck before my back tuck, and I find it easier. But a lot of people find back tucks easier.
So you can tuck it in your pants. you can still tuck it in your pants if the back was the same lenght as the front though??
back handspring, front tuck, back tuck, layout, full.
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
There are cartweels and chantaind it is a mixter ao dance and gymasticsIt goes from front roll, to back roll, hand stand, walking hand stand, front walk over, back walkover, front hand spring, back hand spring, front tuck, double front tuck, back tuck, double back tuck, triple ect., layout, wipeback, half, full, double full.
A back tuck is a tumbling move. In a back tuck, the body is curled up tightly into a ball. The knees are as close to the chest as possible, with the hands clutching the knees. By "tucking" together tightly in this manner, the body is able to reach maximum angular velocity, thus minimizing the time required for the body to complete its revolution.
* back tuck * back walk over * front hand spring * back hand spring * round off * back roll * back extension roll * front tuck * cartwheel
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
Floor- front tuck, back tuck, backhandspring, presshandstand High Bar- cast backhip circle, free hip circle, cast handstand, back tuck fly away Vault- front hand spring Pommel Horse- Flair Parallell Bars- handstand, back tuck dismount
arms up and jump and while you jump, tuck at the same time
A tucked shaped is with the legs bent up close to the chest. Tucked somersaults are often abbreviated as tuck back or tuck front etc.
$MONEY$ USUALLY ABOUT $400 AND A FRONT AND BACK HANDSPRING, STANDING FRONT AND BACK TUCK, AND BASIC THINGS LIKE CARTWHEELS.
I've seen a five foot trampoline before. If you mean those tiny round ones, then there are extremely few moves: just straight jumps or maybe tuck jumps. Anything else is too difficult and/or dangerous. You'll be a lot happier with a 15 ft trampoline.