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Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture
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Uneven Bar Release Moves Tony Retrosi Lecture

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It is important to set the foundation fairly early for girls to start working on Major release moves. It takes time and patience but the reward is great release moves.

It is important to set the foundation fairly early for girls to start working on Major release moves. It takes time and patience but the reward is great release moves.

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  • 1. DEVELOPING RELEASE MOVES
    • TONY RETROSI.
    [email_address]
  • 2. WHO I AM
    • OWNER AND HEAD COACH ATLANTIC GYMNASTICS TRAINING CENTERS (www.atlanticgym.com)
    • DIRECTOR NATIONAL GYMNASTICS TRAINING CENTER SUMMER CAMP
    • FORMER REGION 6 ELITE CHAIRMAN
    • FORMER ELITE ZONE COORDINATOR
    • [email_address]
  • 3. Tony’s Rules
    • It takes time- lay the base early and be patient
    • Make sure the Base Skill is good/ great
    • Is it the right skill for the right kid?
    • Teach them to fall/ miss
    • Strengthen the parts of the body needed
    • If you are not close enough to hit your feet- You are not close enough to catch
  • 4.
    • Be creative!
    • Teach them how to catch (anything!)
  • 5. Strength Issues
    • Core Strength is crucial.
    • Start with big muscles move to smaller muscles.
    • Take your “regular” conditioning exercises and relate them to specific skills
    • Work re-hab exercises. Most release moves really stress the body
    • balance flexibility
  • 6. Strength
    • Make the muscle strong
    • Make it fast
    • teach the muscles what the skill feels like (muscle memory) first slow then fast
    • repeat!
  • 7. Handstands
    • Every release move starts and/or ends in handstand
  • 8. Plan
    • Over shoot or Pak (fall back- straddle back)
    • Toe shoot (hic-cup) work stalder shoot
    • Reverse Hecht (tkatchev)
    • Other release (Jaeger, Gienger, Deltchev)
    • In Bar Release (Hindorf, Schuposhnikova, Maloney, Ray, etc)
  • 9. Base Skills
    • Back Giant and Back Fly away
    • Front Giant and Front Fly away
    • Clear hip circle
    • Toe Hand or Stalder
    • Back up rise (for straddle back)
    • Toe Front dismount
  • 10. OVER SHOOT 1/2
    • PREREQUISITES
    • Giants towards the low bar
    • Swing 1/2 turn in a row
    • I like it in the same direction as blind change
    • Teach it to handstand but accept it as it “grows” and kids get comfortable
  • 11. OTHER DRILLS
    • OVER SHOOT TO STACKED MATS ON DISMOUNT SIDE
    • OVER SHOOT TO TRAPEZOID ON DISMOUNT SIDE
    • OVER SHOOT OVER LOW BAR (COVERED) TO STACKED MATS
    • SPOTTED
  • 12. PAK SALTO
    • PREREQUISITES and who it is good for
    • Giant toward the bar
    • Controlled flyaway
    • better for the shorter gymnast
    • disciplined gymnast
  • 13. OTHER DRILLS
    • Similar to over shoot but NO turn
    • Seat Drop Back handspring on tramp
    • Layout 3/4 to stomach drop on tramp
  • 14. Reverse Hecht Tkatchev
    • WHY I LIKE IT FOR MOST GYMNASTS
    • Does NOT turn
    • Can be done facing either way
    • Not a full flip
    • Large margin for error
  • 15. Reverse Hecht Tkatchev
    • Prerequisites
    • Strong Giant and Tap swing
    • Reasonable shoulder flexibility
    • Reasonable straddle flexibility
    • Strong Shoulder
    • Air awareness
  • 16.
    • Giant Hop
    • Timer swing on Straps
    • Back extension roll to bridge
    • Back extension roll Sit up to straddle
    • Timer swing in single rail
    • Back drop to bridge on TT bar
    Progression
  • 17.
    • back drop to stomach drop on tramp
    • Straddle sit up roll catch low bar
    • Back drop Reverse Hecht over TT bar
    • Toe front dismount
    • Spotted Reverse Hecht PIKE over bar
  • 18. GIENGER
    • Prerequisites (and who it is for)
    • Strong Tap swing to Lay out flyaway
    • “floaty” flyaway
    • Cast handstand to fly away
    • Strong lay out shape
  • 19. Progression
    • Giant Hop
    • Cast Handstand Layout fly away to back
    • Spotted Layout flyaway to stand on the bar (if they are little!)
    • Gainer pike (or layout) off TT or mini tramp
    • Gainer pike (or layout) with 1/4 turn off TT or mini tramp
    • Tap for Gienger in Strap bar
  • 20.
    • Layout to back 1/4 turn (on bounce) on tramp
    • Layout to stomach 1/4 turn to feet, jump 1/4 turn to stomach on tramp
    • Layout 1/2 to stomach on Tramp
    • Spotted Fly away 1/4 drill off TT
    • Spotted Fly away 1/4 in trench bar
  • 21. JAEGER
    • Prerequisites (and who this is for)
    • Good for front tumblers and most visual gymnasts
    • Strong front giant
    • Good swing to front lay out
    • Blind change to front layout
  • 22. PROGRESSIONS
    • Swing to front layout
    • Blind change front giant hop out
    • Correct swing in strap bar
    • Back drop front -straddle (or pike) through on tramp
    • Gainer front on TT
  • 23. DELTCHEV
    • SORT OF A GIENGER TO A JAEGER. Combine drills!
    • Strong swing 1/2 turns in a row.
    • Great air awareness
    • strong front flip
  • 24. PROGRESSIONS
    • Swing 1/2 turns in a row to a front pike
    • swing 1/2 to hop out
    • Layout 3/4 on tramp , roll over

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