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How To Do A Backhandspring

posted in Sports
03/29/2015
  • First Step: stand up and be sure your arms are by your ears' level.
    Second Step: after standing up swing your arms straight back and squat.
    Third Step: after swinging you arms put them back by your ears level and jump.
    Fourth step: as you jump keep your arms by your ear's level and always keep your feet together.
    A very good tip is when you land make sure to press your abs so you can easily land in both feet
    Fifth Step: when you land make sure you bounce once.
    After you make your first backhandspring you'll be able to do it with a roundoff and add maybe a backtuck

  • Also if any person can spot you make sure a hand is grabbing the back and the other one is grabbing the legs.
This would help to land and to pass over your legs
    Also if any person can spot you make sure a hand is grabbing the back and the other one is grabbing the legs.
    This would help to land and to pass over your legs
  • If this works please like, save and share!! It would mean a lot to me! Thank you😘

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