hollow arch pike tuck layout...theres like a million
(still two words) back tuck (in a tucked position) back pike (in a piked position) back layout (in a stretched position)
do you mean what is it called? front tuck (tucked position) front pike (piked position) front layout (stretched position)
i dont know all 74, but i do know some: tuck, pike, straddle, hollow, arch, lunge, uhh...
pike, straddle, split, tuck, layout, hollow, arch, and open or closed hip position
nothing really... i guess a standing tuck could be thought of as a standing front tuck or back tuck though.
Tuck tape is much stronger and has better adhesive.
There really is no difference, a back tuck is just the correct/technical termTo tuck means to tuck in your legs when you go around instead of just curving your legs. There is a video at http://bestgymnasticsvideos.com/how-to-do-a-back-tuck-flip/that demonstrates how to do the back flip tuck. Watching that should help you see the difference.