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How To: Perform a front flip tuck in free run

In this how-to video, you will learn how to perform a front flip. This is an important basic in free running. To do a front flip, have a light step into the flip. Do this as if you were about to step on a glass. Bend your knees and push up. Once you are in the air, stay nice and tight and tuck in. Your chin should be to your chest. The tighter your tuck is, the faster you will spin. Keep practicing in order to get this right. This video shows you the basic steps in to performing a front flip ...

How To: Perform a butterfuly twist

3RUN demonstrates how to do a butterfly twist. The butterfly twist can be performed in three easy steps. First, stand tall with your legs spread apart. Then, pivot 180 degrees so that you are standing in the same position but are now facing backwards. Repeat the step with the opposite leg now pivoting 180 degrees. As your leg comes down, bring your torso close to the ground and push yourself back up. This will give you the height necessary to launch into the spin. Pull in your arm to facilita...

How To: Perform a double front flip on the trampoline

This video shows us how to perform a double front flip on the trampoline. Firstly you need to be able to perform a front flip on the trampoline and this is done by jumping on the trampoline and keep jumping until you get the required height for flipping. Once you feel that the height is enough for flipping then perform the front flip. Then do the same thing onto your back and this is done by following the same procedure except that you will land up onto your chest. Then do the same thing onto...

How To: Perform an aerial twist in free run

In this how-to video, you will learn how to perform an aerial twist. An aerial twist is a technique used in free running. First, identify which foot you are going to take off with. All you have to do is do an aerial with a 180 degree twist. As you go down, jump off with the take off leg and make sure the other leg goes up in the air with a lot of force. The right hand should go underneath to generate torque for the twist. You should land facing backwards. Make sure to have patience while prac...

How To: Perform a front flip with ease

This video illustrates, how to perform front flip for beginners. First you have to jog. Continue to jog for sometimes. Next, while you were jogging you have to hop in between. When you hop, land on both feet at the same time. Practice this for sometimes. Next, you have to jump, when jumping throw both your hands up like a superman. So now, when you jog , you have to jump by throwing your hands up. Keep doing this for sometimes. Next you have to tuck as shown in the video. And throw your legs ...

How To: Perform a palm flip freerun trick

First, you take your position at about arms length away from the wall. You'll want to be somewhere around two feet away from the wall. Place you hands straight out in front of you. You always plant your feet first and then place you hands on the wall. As you start jumping, push off the wall with your palms pushing into the wall. Once you start to rotate, don't put your hands behind you. Straight from the wall to your knees. Tuck your neck, then you can jump, placing your hands on your knees a...

How To: Perform a freerunner kick the moon trick

This video is a tutorial for executing Freerunner kick the moon. To execute this move you have to treat your leg as a pendulum with a weight at the bottom and swing it with full force. When executing it you have to keep your leg strong and the momentum from the leg will take you around. Regardless of the number of step, you have to finish off with a nice wide step and the kicking leg should always be back and the arms should be stretched back. This video is for those who are athletic enough t...

How To: Perform a webster frontflip

In this how-to video, you will learn how to do a Webster front flip. This will be useful if you are trying to get better at Parkour free running. It is one footed front somersault. Make sure you do a big jump with your take off leg. The take off leg is the front leg. The back leg will use a lot of force, as it gives it gives you your initial rotation. Kick that leg behind you as you lift off with the other foot. Tuck in as you start your rotation. Land on the leg that you kicked back with. Yo...

How To: Practice to do a back handspring

Ever wonder how to do a "back handspring"? TheWebMagician demonstrates step by step on how to do so. First you start by practicing jumping backwards and swinging your arms behind you. TheWebMagician provides examples if you find yourself a little lost. Next, transform your jump backwards into a flip by arching your back and landing on your hands, like jumping into a handstand. You then finish the landing with a bounce or "rebound". If you find yourself struggling, TheWebMagician gives out a f...

How To: Perform a back handspring reverse rebound/step out

This video shows you how to do a back hand spring reverse rebound/step out. The first thing to do this is to learn how to do a handstand snap down. Which is a handstand but quickly come back down. The next thing to do is put one foot down and cross the other foot behind it then twist your body in that that direction. After that you do a back handspring which is a back flip but you put your hands on the ground and push yourself up thin twist the other way. Then you just combine them together a...

How To: Do a front handspring

Gymnastics are impressive and exciting to watch. You’ll need strength, agility, flexibility and some definite practice to get to the point where you’re ready to try a front handspring but all the work will be worth it when you stick your landing.

How To: Do proper gymnastic splits

Sippydip teaches you how to do proper gymnastic splits. You don't have to have a lot of flexibility, be a gymnast, or a girl to properly do the splits. Bend your legs so that you kneel on your back leg and use your dominant one, usually the right, in front. Tilt your body forward and keep your arms to the side, straight off in the air. You can also stretch your front foot by putting it straight out in front of you and press on it. For all these exercises you only need a floor or a soft surfac...

How To: Do middle splits in gymnastics

If you've never been able to do the splits, or struggle to do them, this video will show you a very quick and simple way to accomplish that goal. You will be shown how to complete the middle splits in just a few steps. First you want to make sure that you are already stretched out and comfortable with how limber you are feeling before trying this. Now, you want to kneel with your left knee and then drop it behind you so your leg is as straight as possible behind you. Next, you want to push yo...

How To: Do the splits for gymnastics

The video starts off with two young girls explaining some basic techniques to do a split. The girls explain that stretching is very important before attempting to do splits so that you don't pull any muscles. The girls use a technique of doing a split with one leg elevated on a step stool. This allows them to become more flexible and to do different angled splits. If you're not able to do a split, the girls offer some stretching tips and advise taking it slowly until you become more flexible.

How To: Do a backflip

If done wrong, a backflip could be devastating. But if done right, a backflip just might make you the coolest person ever. This is a unique backflip tutorial that uses both video examples and instructional text. See how to do a backflip. Follow these steps, one by one, to see what you're doing wrong.

News: Jaw Dropping Trampoline Skills

Cirque Du Soleil look no further, Adam Menzies is your next act. This guy's trampoline skills are insane. My favorite part starts at 0:24. Speechless. Oh yeah. Almost forgot. Here Adam jumps up to the ceiling and does the splits. Previously, Cirque Du Soleil Trampoline Ninjas.

How To: Stick the landing in gymnastics

Gymnastic greats have showed us how to finish off a gold-medal performance with a flourish. But why limit it to gymnasts -- life is full of opportunities to stick the landing. Watch this video gymnastics tutorial and learn how to stick the landing of a jump.

How To: Do a back hand spring

In this how-to video shows just how to do a back hand spring. This is a scary experience for any new person to doing a back hand spring. A back handspring is very hard and takes a lot of practice, so enjoy, and be safe.