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Front Handspring

Front Handspring

Technical Description

The front somersault is a forward rotational movement and a 360-degree rotation with the use of the hands, and it starts from the approximate jog (hopscotch or running 3 steps with the hopscotch) and the starting form for using the two legs differs, there is a single start and there is a double start with the two legs together and ends in different forms single, double or To other situations.
After the hopscotch, the front leg is stabbed and the hands are placed on the ground, then the back leg is swinging back high and the push is from the shoulders and the two legs are joined (the push coincides with the shoulders and the two legs join) and in modern technology the two men are not joined except at a late stage of the movement until the movement results in the form of kidnapping Fast, after pushing, flying in the air is arched and completing the rotation to reach standing together, arms high next to the ears and looking up and looking up to start the corbet movement forward to link the movement with another movement.
The front somersault movement is considered one of the acceleration movements that is used to generate acceleration and is often used to obtain vertical energy for the implementation of air flaps ... etc.
Starting the movement with one man, the second form, starting with the double jumping with the two legs, and the end forms of the movement such as reaching on one leg, double reaching, reaching an incline prone, or directly rolling without the feet touching the mat.

Required moves

Before the stage of teaching the front somersault, the gymnast (the child) must have mastered the handstand well in terms of form and in terms of access to stand on the hands through the weighting, the stability in standing on the hands does not matter, but it is important to reach the standing on the hands with the weight and the joining The two men in the handstand

Instructional Steps

  • Hold the worn bar by two hands and throw the leg back (in the absence of the worn bar the hands are leaned against the wall.
  • Teaching pushing with the hands through frequent standing on the hands and pushing with the hands.
  • Two hands jumping and handstand on a small piece of sponge.
  • (Please watch the following video for Exercise 1 and Exercise 2 :) Enter

  • Handstand on a small trampoline with the trainer holding the gymnast by the two legs, repeating the dribbling.
  • Next to the wall covered with a mat to protect the gymnast's feet, stand up hands and swing the legs quickly to stand on the hands to the wall and hit the wall with the feet quickly to teach the quick swing of the legs behind.
  • Standing on the side of a high, crisp mat and falling on the back over the rug, followed by the same exercise, but with hands pushed to the ground before falling onto the fragile carpet.
  • Standing on an elevated divider box with the instructor's help, perform a forward flip.
  • Using a glove for a jumping table that is simply covered, perform the front somersault with the help of the trainer to push the glove with the hands to facilitate the instruction of the push.
  • On the rug with assistance.
  • On the rug unaided.
  • Connect the animation to another
  • Movement Aid:

    Support the child from behind the shoulders to accustom the child to insert the shoulders in and the other hand to lift the gymnast from the seat, after the gymnastics flight, the hand behind the shoulders turns to the child support from the front to install him in the standing position.