Front aerial
A front aerial is an acrobatic move in which a person executes a complete forward revolution of the body without touching the floor. Front aerials are performed in various physical activities, includi...
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Head stand
The head stand is a pose that is an inversion posture of standing head up. The technique is used in different settings such as yoga, breakdancing and beginner gymnastics.
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Sirsasana
Sirsasana, Shirshasana (sher-SHAH-sahn-ah; Sanskrit: शीर्षासन; IAST: Śīrṣāsana), Sirshasana, or Headstand is an asana.In the Supported Headstand (Salamba Sirsasana), the body is completely inverte...
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Thomas salto
The Thomas salto is an extremely difficult and dangerous move performed during the floor exercise in Artistic gymnastics. It is named after American gymnast Kurt Thomas.
The Thomas salto consists ...
Oksana Chusovitina
Oksana Aleksandrovna Chusovitina (Russian: Оксана Александровна Чусовитина; born 19 June 1975) is a world and Olympic champion gymnast who competed for the Soviet Union (until 1992), Uzbekistan (1...
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Flip (acrobatic)
An acrobatic flip is a sequence of body movements in which a person leaps into the air and then rotates one or more times while airborne. Acrobatic flips are performed in acro dance, free running, gym...
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Back lever
A back lever is a static hold performed on the rings. A back lever is rated as an 'A' value skill on the Code of Points, a scale from A to F, with F being the most difficult.A back lever is performed ...
Flashkick
A flashkick is a type of back flip that is performed in tricking. Usually performed with one leg extended and the other tucked. As with many other types of back flips, a flashkick may be started from ...
Bridge (exercise)
Bridge is an exercise. Many variations of this exercise are employed throughout the world, most commonly the balancing of the body on the head and feet. Hands are occasionally used instead of or along...
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Yurchenko (vault)
Yurchenko is the name of both a specific vault and a vault family in artistic gymnastics. The Yurchenko was named after Soviet gymnast Natalia Yurchenko, who first performed the vault at the 1982 Worl...
Amanar
The Amânar or Shewfelt is an artistic gymnastics vault. The vault was named after the first gymnast to perform it at a World Championships or Olympic Games; Simona Amanar at the 2000 Olympics for wome...
Korbut Flip
Two gymnastics skills are known by the name Korbut Flip. They are the same skill performed on two different apparatuses. Both are extremely difficult and were first performed internationally by the S...
Amanda Borden
Amanda Kathleen Borden (born May 10, 1977) is a retired American gymnast, who was one of the members of the gold medalist United States team in the 1996 Summer Olympics, the Magnificent Seven. Borden ...
Full twisting layout
A full twisting layout, also called a full twist or a full is a gymnastics move similar to a piked full twist. It is an advanced move.
In order to be in good condition to try this skill, some ski...
Kip (artistic gymnastics)
In artistic gymnastics, a kip is a basic skill on the women's uneven bars. It is also performed on the men's high bar, parallel bars and still rings. The kip is an important skill that is used as both...
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Cheng Fei
Cheng Fei (Chinese: 程菲; pinyin: Chéng Fēi; born May 29, 1988 in Huangshi, Hubei) is a retired Chinese gymnast. She is a three-time World Champion on the vault (2005–2007) and 2006 World Champ...
Jaeger (uneven bars)
A Jaeger (or a Jaeger salto/somersault) is a very popular move on uneven bars in artistic gymnastics in which a gymnast swings backward in L-grip or reverse grip, and performs a front somersault, eith...
Split leap
A split leap or split jump is a sequence of body movements in which a person assumes a split position after leaping or jumping from the floor, respectively, while still in the air. Split leaps and spl...
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Aerial cartwheel
An aerial cartwheel or side somersault is an acrobatic move in which a cartwheel is executed without touching hands to the floor. During execution of a standard cartwheel, the performer's body is supp...
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Blanik (vault)
Blanik is the name of a techique in vault in artistic gymnastics, a double front handspring vault in piked position in, followed by a double back Tsukahara. The piked performance of the technique has ...
Handstand
A handstand is the act of supporting the body in a stable, inverted vertical position by balancing on the hands. In a basic handstand the body is held straight with arms and legs fully extended, with ...
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Tsukahara (vault)
The Tsukahara can refer to a specific vault and a family of vaults in artistic gymnastics. The first Tsukahara vault was performed by (and named after) Mitsuo Tsukahara in 1972.A Tsukahara vault cons...
Comăneci salto
The Comăneci salto is a gymnastics manoeuvre on the uneven bars, developed primarily by Romanian gymnast Nadia Comăneci. It is listed as an E-rated element in the current Code of Points. To perform a ...
Maloney (gymnastics)
The Maloney is a gymnastics skill performed on the uneven bars by female gymnasts. It is a transition skill from the low bar to the high bar. When performing, the gymnast places her toes on the low ...
Front lever
The front lever is a gymnastic move - a static hold normally performed on the still rings. A front lever is performed by lowering from an inverted hang until the body is completely horizontal and stra...
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Gainer flash
A gainer flash is a move frequently used in the martial arts/gymnastics sport of tricking. The move consists of the performer doing a gainer while executing a flashkick.Description: A trick in which a...
Front walkover
A front walkover is an acrobatic movement sequence. It begins with the performer standing up straight with arms raised and positioned near to the ears. The performer then lunges forward and quickly ra...
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