Somersault Over the Vault

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Although vault performances are short-lived, the apparatus is known as the most thrilling and exciting event for gymnasts and spectators. How does one capture the audience’s attention and execute a perfect vault? By doing drills, trying different techniques, improving speed and strength, and taking risks.

List of skills by difficulty letter.

How to Do a Switch Leap

A switch leap is an advanced leap that can help you earn difficulty in your gymnastics routines. Before learning a switch leap you should have mastered a split leap, and be able to do it with a 180° split with squeezed legs and pointed feet. To do a good switch leap you will need flexibility.

Master the front handspring with these tips!

How to do a Front Handspring on Vault

A front handspring on vault is an incredibly important gymnastics skill because some gymansts perform it from level 4 all the way through level 8. While the deductions get stricter as a gymnast progresses through the levels, the skill remains the same. It’s also the basis of some more advanced vaults.

The Vault of Death…

How to do a Front Handspring on Vault

A front handspring on vault is an incredibly important gymnastics skill because some gymansts perform it from level 4 all the way through level 8. While the deductions get stricter as a gymnast progresses through the levels, the skill remains the same. It’s also the basis of some more advanced vaults.

Nine perfect tens?!

Run fast, punch hard, flip crazily in the air and stick it!

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