Beth Tweddle & Epke Zonderland have set the new gymnastics bars standards for the next quadrennium with major 3 release & 2 release combos.
3D animation is an up and coming tool for gymnasts and coaches understanding gymnastics moves, but it is still out of financial reach for most.
How many of the following questions can you answer? Is it the tap same for a big girls as a small girl? Is tap the arch or the hollowing after the arch? Do big and small girls tap at the same time? Do we tap because a giant can not be made without tapping? Do […]
Release: On uneven bars and high bar, to let go of the bar in order to perform another gymnastics move before grasping it again. There are many bar release moves, including somersault and twisting moves. In general, they belong to the very difficult elements.
Horizontal Bar: A men’s gymnastics competitive apparatus consisting of uprights holding a metal bar 240 centimeters (8 & Â½ feet) long and 2.8 centimeters (1.1 inches) in diameters, and set at a height of 275 centimeters (9 feet off the floor. The bar is designed to deal with a force of around 200,000 pounds per […]
Hayden: This is a high bar skill named after U.S. gymnast Daniel Hayden. It consists of a double salto backward in layout, with full twist over the bar. It has been rated by the FIG as a D level skill.