Dislocate: This is a skill in gymnastics, that involves a rotating of the shoulders when performing a backwards turn or movement. Dislocates require a degree of shoulder flexibility to perform.Â On bars, dislocates are often done out of a glide jam. Â Dislocates are also done on rings.
Clear Hip Circle: A back hip circle in which the body hips do not touch the bar. At the optional level, the skill should start and finish in a handstand. Also called a Free Hip Handstand.
Blind Change: A high bar or uneven bar skill done from a back giant, with an inward pirouette (on post arm, Â½ turn inward toward stomach) over the top of the bar to end in a front giant. Blind changes are used to transition from back giants to front giants or you can do a […]
Back Giant: A circling skill done on high bar, parallel bars and uneven bars that begins and finishes in a handstand and circles around the bar in a fully extended position, often using an arch/hollow tap swing action. Giants can be done in at least three speeds – regular giants, speed giants and giants that […]