A move starting on the back, with a Front Somersault, landing again on the back; more commonly known as a “Bounce-Roll”, and less commonly as a “Dolphin”.
Move showing the “Piked” shape alone, ie. no rotation or twist.
A position where the torso is bent forward at the hips to 90 ° or more while the legs are kept straight, with the thighs close to the upper body.
A double Back Somersault with 4 complete twists. Also known as a Killer (sic), and a Poliarush (Dimitri Poliarush – BLR – Winner, 1996 World Championships).
A triple-twisting double Back Somersault, originally performed as “2½ In – ½ Out”, nowadays usually performed as “Full In – Double Full Out”, with 1 twist in the 1st Somersault, and 2 twists in the 2nd Somersault; Named after Wayne Miller (USA) – Winner, 1966 & 1970 World Championships.
A move starting on the stomach, with one full twist, landing again on the stomach; also known as a “Barrel Roll”.
¾ Back Somersault from feet to front landing. Takes off backwards. Should be performed in the straight position.
A double Back Somersault with 4 complete twists. Also known as a Miller Plus, and a Poliarush (Dimitri Poliarush – BLR – Winner, 1996 World Championships).
A move whereby a trampolinist rotates 180 ° around the body’s longitudinal axis, finishes facing the opposite end of the trampoline.
A move starting on the stomach, 180 ° of Side Somersault, landing again on the stomach.