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A back kick over(same as back-bend kick over) is where you go into a bridge (all 4

limbs on the ground) then pick one leg up and kick over. A back WALK over is a continuous motion from a stand where only 3 of you limbs ever touch the ground at the same time. I hope that helped!

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I would say a back walkover. I mastered the front walkover first though because I think the front walkover is a lot cooler then the back walkover.

The back walkover is actually pretty simple. All you do is go back into a back bend position and kick your legs over. It takes a few days to get your legs over but you WILL get it so KEEP trying!!

The front walkover is a lot more fun to do. Go into a handstand and kick over into a back bend position and come up. IF you cant come up yet don't worry. It takes a lot of stomach muscles but keep practicing and you will master them.

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