Handspring Front Vaults

Subject: Handspring front Vaults

I am having trouble teaching my gymnasts to “get into” the table sooner on a front front vault. Some of these girls are young, and fairly powerful (for their size) and they seem to have a knack for some of the other drills for this vault.

We have spent some time doing “double fronts” onto a raised, resi surface from a trampoline (to promote aerial awareness on the skill). We have done some “sit-up drills” on a trampoline (where they do a ‘back drop’ stretch, sit-up to a front tuck) in an effort to emphasize “stretch” before they flip. We have spent a lot of time doing front handsprings to their feet on a surface above the table, as well as a few other related drills. But I am really missing the necessary drills to help them get on that table at a lower angle, to
therefore re-direct the block.

Can you please offer some suggestions?

Thank you

First, we have a somewhat different approach to training and learning in that we do not emphasize drills except when gymnasts are having a particular problem. In general, our training systems tend to concentrate on learning progressions and making daily progress.

Every day our gymnasts practice, the coaches and they set goals to and have expectations of doing at least one more small step of progress than they did the day before. These improvements or steps of progress can include learning a new skill, making one small step of progress, making improvements in consistency, doing a greater number of skills or skill attempts and making improvements in the execution of skills. Any one of these is an acceptable daily improvement. Also included and counted as progress are equipment progressions.

Gymnasts review all of their major learning progressions in a particular skill progression daily and are expected to make at least one step of progress every day in each event skill category they work on. The only time we stop or slow that process is when a gymnast exhibits a particular problem. Then we work whatever drills are appropriate to fix the problem but then are right back to the skill and equipment progressions.

Our training system always works on three levels – Perfecting basic skills and progressions, working on the gymnast’s current competition level and the and making preparations and working the progressions for future big skill work.

Vault equipment progressions depend on your particular gym set-up but we will list the ones any gym might typically use.

We are going to assume that all the typical running and hurdle step progressions have already been done and mastered.

We also would have already begun training all of the front side vault approaches, in this case including both the regular front handspring approach and the round-off entry, turn onto the vault table.

We would also already be planning to twist these vaults so we would be working on all of the front salto twisting progressions along with the front salto progressions.

Vault Equipment Progressions

Trampoline

Trampoline into Loose Foam Bungee Pit -Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Trampoline onto Bungee Resi-Pit – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Trampoline onto Resi-Pit – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Trampoline – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Back drop front tuck, Back drop front pike
  3. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  4. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  5. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  6. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  7. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  8. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  9. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  10. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Mini-Trampoline

Mini-Trampoline into Loose Foam Bungee Pit – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Mini-Trampoline onto Bungee Resi-Pit – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Mini-Trampoline onto Resi-Pit – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Mini-Trampoline onto 12″ Crash Mat – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Springboard

Springboard into Loose Foam Bungee Pit – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Springboard onto Bungee Resi-Pit – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Springboard onto Resi-Pit – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Springboard onto 12″ Crash Mat – Front Salto Progressions

  1. Tuck, Cowboy Tuck, Pike, Cowboy Pike, Open Tuck, Layout
  2. Front Tuck with , Front Pike with , Front Layout with
  3. Front Tuck open Full, Front Pike open Full, Front Layout with Full
  4. Front Tuck open 1&, Front Pike open 1&, Front Layout 1&
  5. Double tuck, Double cowboy tuck, Double pike, Double cowboy pike, Double open.
  6. Double Tuck with , Double Pike with , Double Layout with
  7. Double Tuck open Full, Double Pike open Full, Double Layout with Full
  8. Double Tuck open 1&, Double Pike open 1&, Double Layout 1&
  9. Open tuck-tuck Double, Layout-tuck Double, Layout-pike Double, Double layout.

Mini-Tramp Handspring Vault Onto Stacked Mats

Mini-Tramp Front Handspring to Flatback

  1. Handspring to Flatback onto Crash mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring to Flatback onto Crash mats stacked to one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring to Flatback onto Crash mats stacked to two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring to Flatback onto Crash mats stacked to three mats above vault table height

Mini-Tramp Front Handspring to Stand on Crash Mats

  1. Handspring to Stand on Crash mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring to Stand on Crash mats stacked to one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring to Stand on Crash mats stacked to two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring to Stand on Crash mats stacked to three mats above vault table height

Mini-Tramp Front Handspring Tuck to Front Drop on Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Tuck to Front Drop onto mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring Front Tuck to Front Drop onto one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring Front Tuck to Front Drop onto two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring Front Tuck to Front Drop onto three mats above vault table height

Mini-Tramp Front Handspring Pike to Front Drop on Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Pike to Front Drop onto mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring Front Pike to Front Drop onto one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring Front Pike to Front Drop onto two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring Front Pike to Front Drop onto three mats above vault table height

Mini-Tramp Front Handspring Layout to Front Drop on Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Layout to Front Drop on Crash mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring Front Layout to Front Drop onto one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring Front Layout to Front Drop onto two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring Front Layout to Front Drop onto three mats above vault table height

Springboard Handspring Vault Onto Stacked Mats

Springboard Front Handspring to Flatback

  1. Handspring to Flatback on Crash mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring to Flatback on Crash mats stacked to one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring to Flatback on Crash mats stacked to two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring to Flatback on Crash mats stacked to three mats above vault table height

Springboard Front Handspring to Stand on Crash Mats

  1. Handspring to Stand mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring to Stand mats stacked to one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring to Stand mats stacked to two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring to Stand mats stacked to three mats above vault table height

Springboard Front Handspring Tuck to Front Drop on Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Tuck to Front Drop onto mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring Front Tuck to Front Drop onto one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring Front Tuck to Front Drop onto two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring Front Tuck to Front Drop onto three mats above vault table height

Springboard Front Handspring Pike to Front Drop on Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Pike to Front Drop onto mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring Front Pike to Front Drop onto one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring Front Pike to Front Drop onto two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring Front Pike to Front Drop onto three mats above vault table height

Springboard Front Handspring Layout to Front Drop on Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Layout to Front Drop onto mats stacked to vault table height
  2. Handspring Front Layout to Front Drop onto one mat above vault table height
  3. Handspring Front Layout to Front Drop onto two mats above vault table height
  4. Handspring Front Layout to Front Drop onto three mats above vault table height

Mini-Tramp Vault

Mini-tramp Vault into Loose Foam Bungee Pit
(Mini tramp at highest setting/vault table at lowered setting)

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Mini-tramp Vault
(Mini tramp at highest setting and vault table at regulation)

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Mini-tramp Vault
(Mini tramp at lowest setting and vault table raised)

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Tramp Vault

Tramp Vault into Loose Foam Bungee Pit

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Tramp Vault onto Bungee Res-Pit

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Tramp Vault onto 12″ Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Tumble Tramp Vault Over Foam Vault Table

Tumble Tramp Vault into Loose Foam Bungee Pit

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Tumble Tramp Vault onto Bungee Res-Pit

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&

Tumble Tramp Vault onto 12″ Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Springboard Vault

Springboard Vault into Loose Foam Bungee Pit

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Springboard Vault onto Bungee Resi-Pit

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Springboard Vault onto 12″ Crash Mats

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

Springboard Vault onto Regulation Mats

  1. Handspring Front Tuck
  2. Handspring Front Pike
  3. Handspring Front Tuck with
  4. Handspring Front Pike with
  5. Handspring Front Layout
  6. Handspring Front Layout with
  7. Handspring Front Tuck with Full
  8. Handspring Front Pike with Full
  9. Handspring Front Layout with Full
  10. Handspring Front Tuck with 1&
  11. Handspring Front Pike with 1&
  12. Handspring Front Layout with 1&
  13. Handspring Double Tuck Front
  14. Handspring Double Pike Front

While the listed progressions are fairly comprehensive, not all gymnasts will be able to accomplish all of them. Less powerful vaulters, for example, will probably not be able to vault up onto three stacked mats above a vault table. Gymnasts who are not great front twisters may not be able to do full out double fronts.

Obviously, we have never had even one gymnast who did all of these progressions. And the progressions are grouped rather than listed in strict order of difficulty progression. For this reason and because gymnasts have different strength levels and different strengths and abilities, gymnasts are allowed to progress somewhat through their own personal progression (closely supervised and directed by the coach).

If you have gymnasts somewhere in the middle of this progression list or are on a timetable, you will likely make choices about what to review, where to start in the progressions and what you may skip without interfering with safety, progress and proper learning progression.

Regardless, gymnasts who can progress through most of these progressions will most certainly be able to do handspring front tuck and pikes with at least a twist. And while we may not have done any drills, we have done enough variety of vaulting progressions over a long enough period of time to provide a very strong base for safety and consistency.

If we did find a need for drills to come in lower, we might experiment with pulling the springboard (and/or mini-tramp) out somewhat from the vault table to force the gymnasts to stretch alter their angle of approach. The exact ideal angle for each gymnast, of course, will vary individually according to their run speed, blocking strength, rotational speed, etc.

With our system of making one step per day of progress, you will find that it usually takes about a year to 15 months to get through the progressions. If you have already done all (or most of) your front salto progressions for tumbling, you can probably shorten the learning process by 3 – 5 months.

This training system also emphasizes making daily improvements in consistency and daily improvements in the execution of skills. There are numerous opportunities for coaching and reinforcing safety, power, good form and perfect execution. With our “its all on the wall” progression listings, gymnasts know where they are and where they are going.

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