Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Combination Tumbling Tony Retrosi Lecture
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Combination Tumbling Tony Retrosi Lecture

656

Published on

There are only so many ways to increase your start value in floor routines. You need a BIG tumbling pass and back up passes showing combination tumbling.

There are only so many ways to increase your start value in floor routines. You need a BIG tumbling pass and back up passes showing combination tumbling.

Published in: Sports, Entertainment & Humor
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
656
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide
  • INTRODUCE MY SELF.
  • A+C: whip to double full. 1 1/2 punch front Front full punch front B+B: f. Lo. - f. lo whip 1/2 front pike or layout B+C: 1 1/2 front layout whip 1/2 front full A+A+C: whip-whip double full A/B+D: whip to double back. A+A+D: whip-whip double back For A+C+A use A+C (+.1) + C+A (+.1) example: whip- 1 1/2- punch front Similar for A+D+A (Whip- 2 1/2 - punch front. )
  • C+C: 1 1/2 step out thru to 2/1 full A/B+A/B+C: front tuck step out r/o whip - HS 2/1 full. Round off whip, whip, HS double full A+D front through to double back. Whip HS 2 1/2 A+A+D whip-whip HS double back C+D 1 1/2 thru to double back.
  • We have all made the mistake of not being patient enough and going for the quick trick only to find ourselves lost when the rules change or when the athletes grow. A front through to back lay out may fulfill your double salto pass but you have to get all the way to a double back or 2 1/2 to get any bonus.
  • Womens Gymnastics is 90% legs. Make sure you condition for it. The Stomach tends to be the weak link. If the midsection is weak the body will not react Arm conditioning- Pushing, Not just pull ups.
  • Years ago plyometric conditioning was all the rage. It was all over the place. Now I believe that it needs to be very gymnastics specific. Form is a huge factor in plyometric training. As a body fatigues form decreases. Do plyometric early. The more numbers you do the worse they get. Be careful with younger kids
  • Arm position in whip back. Up- out (small circle) Tight legs. Keep them together Always do something out of it while training. Either bhs or rebound.
  • watch landings. I have see some very talented tumblers lock knees frontwards.
  • Transcript

    • 1. COMBINATION TUMBLING
      • TONY RETROSI
      • [email_address]
    • 2. TUMBLING BONUS RULES
      • A+C= +.10
      • B+B= +.10
      • B+C= +.20
      • A+A+C= +.10
      • A/B+D= +.20
      • A+A+D= +.20
      • C+C= +.20
      Direct Connection
    • 3. RULES cont.
      • C+C= +.10
      • A/B+A/B+C= +.10
      • A+D= +.10
      • A+A+D= +.10
      • C+D= +.20
      Indirect Connection
    • 4. LONG TERM VS SHORT TERM
      • NEVER PAINT YOUR SELF INTO A CORNER.
      • PICK SKILLS THAT ARE PROGRESSIVE.
      • LAY THE BASE FOR WHERE YOU WANT THEM TO BE IN 2 YEARS
    • 5. Skills needed for bonus
      • Whip Back(s)
      • Front Layout(s)
      • Whip 1/2
    • 6. Strength issues
      • Make the muscle strong. Then train it to be fast.
      • The use of plyometric conditioning
      • body shapes
    • 7. Leg conditioning
      • roll back stand (both leg, single leg- progress to roll back jump.)
      • jump lunges
      • step up kicks
      • leg curls
      • leg extensions
      • toe raises
    • 8. leg cond. continued
      • ankle pull backs
      • Laying hip raises both legs and single leg.
    • 9. Plyometric conditioning
      • should be done in the early part of work out.
      • monitor numbers (more is not better)
      • Keep it specific
    • 10. WHIP BACK
      • More than just a High back hand spring
      • Should accelerate
      • Is NOT the end! Always do something out of it.
    • 11. Front Layout -
      • like a whip. Just front wards.
      • work body shape. (tight arch)
      • watch landings.
    • 12. Front handsprings
      • front handspring stepouts in a row
      • step out- step out- together rebound
      • step out- together extra rebound - bounder
    • 13. Whip 1/2
      • Late twist
      • establish flip first, then twist
      • Body shape

    ×