Tag Archives: Dismount
Ray: An uneven bar skill named after U.S. gymnast Elise Ray. The skill is performed facing inward and is a stalder backward with release and counter movement forward to catch the high bar. The skill has been rated as a … Continue reading
Half-in, Half-out: A tumbling skill and bar dismount that consists of a double salto with a half twist on the first salto and a half twist on the second salto, usually done like an arabian double front with a half.
Full Twisting Double Back: A double back with a full twist on either of the saltos.
Fontaine: An uneven bar dismount named after U.S. gymnast Larissa Fontaine. She first performed the skill in the 1994 World Championships. The double somersaulting dismount is a back tuck with ¬Ĺ twist into a front. The skill is rated by … Continue reading
Double Twist: A single layout somersault with two twists. See also†Double Full.
Double Lay/Double Layout: A double back salto performed in the layout position. can be performed on tumbling and as a dismount on bars and rings. Favorite Gymnastics Skills – Double Layout RSS feed posted by Gymnastics Gifs Anna Pavlova, Marissa … Continue reading
Double Full: A gymnastics tumbling skill consisting of a single layout salto with two twists. It can also be done as a dismount from beam or bars, although it is rarely used off bars because of the difficulty of landing … Continue reading
Double, Double: A double twisting, double back somersault tumbling skill. This is one of the most difficult tumbling skill currently done on a regulation gymnastics floor. It is done in either the open tuck position or in layout. It is … Continue reading
Double Back: A tumbling skill with two consecutive backwards somersaults done in the same skill movement. Double backs can be done in any body position – tuck, pike, open, or layout.