Dawes: An uneven bar skill named after U.S. gymnast Dominique Dawes.Â It is a back giant with 1 Â½ turn in the handstand.Â It has been rated by the FIG as a D level skill.Â Its FIG number isÂ 4.403.
Chow: An uneven bar skill named after U.S. gymnast Amy Chow. It is a Stalder backwards to a handstand on the high bar with 1 and Â½ turns in the handstand to a mixed-L grip.Â It has been rated by the FIG as an E level skill and its FIG number is 6.504.
Brause: An uneven bar skill named after Doris Fuchs Brause. It is done from the low bar facing away from the high bar, with a cast to front salto forward and catching the high bar.Â It has been rated as a C skill by the FIG.
Bhardwaj: A salto on uneven bars named after U.S. gymnast Mohini Bhardwaj. She first performed the skill in International competition in 2004. It is done from a hang on the high bar, facing the low bar with a swing forward, and a layout salto backward with a full turn (360 degrees) between bars to a […]
Bar progressions, just like progressions on all the other events, should be presented in a convenient order in approximately in their order of difficulty. The important part here is that the skills are taught in a logical order, which can and has been used to train Elite international athletes. There are any number of valid […]