We are pleased to confirm our return to training courses after the lockdown restriction have been removed on the 7th July with a TC Trampoline Refresher course in Baldock, Hertfordshire. This course is always popular in this location so we are advising potential delegates to download and book a place
Use this skills matrix to help you safely link skills once they have been perfected by your pupils. Eg, Once they can do a tuck and pike jump, get them to perform a tuck jump followed by a pike jump, then reverse it. See the sheet for more info. Free
This depends on the progress and ability of your pupil. Most people teach forward somersault first as its easier for pupils to create the take off phase of the skills whereas the take off for a backwards somersault takes a lot more effort and skill. As long as all the
Once you have checked the trampoline environment and you are happy with your chosen trampoline layout you should carry out pre-use safety checks to make sure the trampoline set up is safe for your pupils. This is especially important if you have pupils assisting in the setting out process.
Pre-Use Trampoline Environment Checks ▪ Check there are no overhead obstructions such as beams or heating pipes▪ Check there are no items protruding from the walls such as basketball hoops▪ Ensure fire exits, and escape routes are freely accessible▪ Avoid dull, dazzling and or blinding lights▪ There should be no
The perfect opportunity to get involved in trampolining or continue your learning if your progressing from School to College or University. BUCS hold regular trampolining competitions in Individual Trampoline (TRA) Synchronised Trampoline (TRS) Double Mini-Trampoline (DMT). Team Trampoline for more information and get involved visit the BUCS website
Bringing the arms in close to the body to aid speed of rotation during twisting skills
The name of the second routine. The routine performed can be determined by the performer/coach
Rotation around the body’s twist axis, the imaginary line from head to toe passing through the centre of mass
A move starting on the stomach, a complete Side Somersault, landing again on the stomach. Can also be performed as half a turntable for beginners.