Front Hip Circle: A mount for the uneven bars in which the body is supported by the hands and the hips rest on the bar. The body falls forward, pikes, the hands rotate around the bar and the gymnast ends up in a front support again.
Front Giant: A front circling skill done on high bar or uneven bars that begins and finishes in a handstand and circles around the bar in a fully extended position with the hands holding onto the bar with a reverse grip.
Free Hip Handstand: Same as aÂ Clear Hip Handstand or Clear Hip Circle. Gymnastics Coaches’ Training/Consulting Free Phone Consultation Consulting in every area of the gymnastics business and industry, including training your staff and coaches 25 Years Experience — Use our comprehensive, Innovative Coaches Training Seminars, Clinics and Programs so your gymnasts learn faster […]
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 Â½ twist into a front. The skill is rated by the FIG as a D level skill and its FIG number is 8.406.
Flyaway: A back salto dismount from either the unevens or high bar.Â Can be done in tuck pike or layout.
Endo Shoot: A bar and uneven bar skill done by performing a forward straddle circle, usually to a handstand, named after Frank Endo.Â Also called anÂ Endo.