Tag Archives: Floor Exercise

Definition: Humphrey

Humphrey: A floor skill named after U.S. gymnast Terin Humphrey. She first performed it in international competition in 2004. It consists of switch split leap forward with a ¼ turn to side split leap or straddle pike position. It has been rated by the FIG as a D level skill and its FIG number is […]

Definition: Garrison

Garrison: A floor exercise skill named after U. S. gymnast Kelly Garrison.  It consists of a cat leap forward with bent legs and 1 ½ turn.  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.  […]

Flip-Flop Tuck Animation

Compulsory Floor and Tumbling Animations

Front Tuck Errors: Should use more of an overarm rather than underarm take-off. Must stick landing. Round-Off Two Back Handsprings Back Extension Roll Errors: The compulsory back extension does not pike down to knees. Flip-Flop Tuck Errors: The gymnast makes the most common error on the back tuck – throwing their head. Round-Off Back Handspring […]

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