Psychological condition where the performer loses the awareness and technique of a particular move. Usually occurs after learning Barani too quickly after learning front somersault. The somersault becomes lost.
A straight (or slightly arched) position of the body during a skill such as a straight back somi.
Controlling or enhancing the recoil of the bed to aid the performer – only to be used by the coach
Extension of the legs to straight body position after the shape phase of a somersault is completed.
Somersault from front (or back) landing, where a double contact is made. The legs hit the trampoline bed momentarily after the body, reversing the rotation generated from the body.
Describes when the feet first touch the bed when landing a skill
A component part of a skill that has a recognised way of performance.
To develop skill practice and keep your trampolining session engaging you can start linking skills together to form a short routine. At this stage it doesn’t matter if skills are repeated. The aim is to develop balance, skill practice and good form. A beginners example could be…. Tuck, Pike, Straddle
E.D.I.P system for teaching trampolining skills works well. Explain Verbal explanation of the skill, the axes it uses, how it will feel, what the body needs to do, where the eyes should focus Demonstrate Practical demonstration by coach/teacher or other pupil so that the pupil has a clear visual picture