Miller: An uneven bar skill named after Shannon Miller. It consists of a cast to handstand, with a 1 Â½ turn after the handstand to a mixed-L grip. The skill has been rated by the FIG as a D level skill and the FIG number is 2.401. Miller: Another skill named for U. S. gymnast […]
McCool: A balance beam mount named after U.S. gymnast, Courtney McCool, who first performed the skill in international competition in 2004. The beam mount approaches toward the end of the beam and is a flyspring forward with flight before and after the hand support on the beam and lands on both feet – approach at […]
Henrich: A balance beam skill named after U.S. gymnast Christy Henrich. The skill consists of a stag-split, split leap or jump forward with Â½ turn, landing on both feet or in a one-two step-out. It can also refer to a split jump in side position with bending of rear leg backward upward that starts from […]
Healy: A common maneuver on the parallel bars and now on uneven bars, high bar, beam and floor where a gymnast starts in a handstand and then falls forward, lifts one arm and executing a full-turn. On the P-bars, a gymnast re-catches the bar in a support position and usually continues swinging to a handstand. […]
Handspring: A front or back tumbling skill that takes off the feet onto the hands and back onto the feet. It is commonly a set-up for a front or back salto. See also Flip-Flop, Front Handspring, and Back Handspring.
Garrison: A floor exercise skill named after U. S. gymnast Kelly Garrison.Â It consists of a cat leap forward with bent legs and 1 Â½ turn.Â It has been rated by the FIG as C level skill and its FIG number is 1.314. Garrison: A balance beam skill named after U. S. gymnast Kelly Garrison.Â […]