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  • 1. The Cyber Sports Academy An Interactive Teaching Company Presents……
    • “ Cyber Diving”
    • Diving Skills Front Somersault Tuck Position
  • 2. Diving Skills Front Flip Tuck Position
    • I. Description of Critical Elements
    • II. What Judges look for in a good dive.
    • A. Top
    • B. Body Position
    • a. Angle of Attack
    • b. Center of Mass
    • III. Pick the Good Dive
    • IV. References
  • 3. Description of Critical Elements “Tuck Position”
    • In the “tuck position” the diver is:
    • In a tight ball
  • 4. Description of Critical Elements “Tuck Position”
    • In the “tuck position” the diver is:
    • In a tight ball
    • Knees and hips full flexed.
  • 5. Description of Critical Elements “Tuck Position”
    • In the “tuck position” the diver is:
    • In a tight ball
    • Knees and hips full flexed.
    • Knees close to chest.
  • 6. Description of Critical Elements “Tuck Position”
    • In the “tuck position” the diver is:
    • In a tight ball
    • Knees and hips full flexed.
    • Knees close to chest.
    • Hands grasping the shins
  • 7. Description of Critical Elements “Tuck Position”
    • In the “tuck position” the diver is:
    • In a tight ball
    • Knees and hips full flexed.
    • Knees close to chest.
    • Hands grasping the shins
    • Head Down
  • 8. Description of Critical Elements “Tuck Position”
    • In the “tuck position” the diver is:
    • In a tight ball
    • Knees and hips full flexed.
    • Knees close to chest.
    • Hands grasping the shins
    • Head Down
    • Eyes looking over the feet
  • 9. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive.
  • 10. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive.
    • -Take-Off
    • -Top
    • -Body Position
    • -Entry
    • -Style
  • 11. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive.
    • We will look at 2 of the 5 phases (#2 &3)
    • -Top
    • -Body Position
  • 12. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Top
    • The execution of the flip is at the “top” or on the way up from the lift of the board.
  • 13. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Top Good
    • Top
    • Flip is completed before the fall
    • Click On Picture to Play Clip
  • 14. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Good
    • Top
    • Complete flip before fall
    • Get maximum lift by achieving a good “angle of attack” (angle diver produces at Maximal Board Deflection)
    • Click on Picture to Play Clip---
  • 15. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Top Good
    • Angle of Attack- Angle diver produces at the bottom of the press.
    • Click on picture to play clip---------
  • 16. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Top Good
    • Angle of Attack
    • Flip completes on the way up
    • Click on Picture to Play Clip-------
  • 17. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Review Top Good
    • Angle of Attack
    • Flip completes on the way up
    • “ Come-out” should happen before entry into the water
  • 18. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. “Top”
    • Good
    • Click on picture to Play
    Bad Click on picture to Play
  • 19. Diving Skills Front Flip “Angle of Attack”
    • Angle produced at maximal board deflection (bend)
    • These 2 elements determine how high and/or how far out a diver travels.
  • 20. Diving Skills Front Flip “Angle of Attack”
    • Good Good
    • Good Bad
    • Take Special Note of the body position the angles are similar but the different body positions is one of the core problem between good and bad dives.
  • 21. Diving Skills Front Flip “Angle of Attack”
    • Good Good
    • Good Bad
    • The good diver is standing tall while the bad model is more hunched over. Even though she creates a similar angle her dive will suffer with regard to the flip.
  • 22. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. TOP (area)
    • 5.69 feet between “top” and completion of dive
  • 23. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Top How much area is the dive performed in (up and down)
    • The dive on the left uses the same area but completes the
    • dive, even though she is 5’09 and her counterpart is only 4’8. The smaller one should be able to complete this dive easier.
    • 5.59 feet 5.27 feet
    • Good Bad
  • 24. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. 2. Body Position
    • The diver is able to hold a tight tuck with toes pointed
  • 25. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. 2. Body Position
    • The diver is able to hold a tight tuck with toes pointed
    • The elbows are held close to the legs not protruding outward
  • 26. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. 2. Body Position
    • The diver is able to hold a tight tuck with toes pointed
    • The elbows are held close to the legs not protruding outward
    • Come out is before the entry
  • 27. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. 2. Body Position - Tuck tightness, rotation, & come out
    • -Good-
    • Tight Tuck
  • 28. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. 2. Body Position - Tuck tightness, rotation, & come out Good
    • Tight Tuck
    • Come out is complete and before entry
  • 29. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. 2. Body Position - Tuck tightness, rotation, & come out
    • Bad
    • Tuck is tight
    • but rotation is slow
    • Causing a late come out
  • 30. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. 2. Body Position - Tuck tightness, Flip completed on the way up, & come out
    • Good
    • Come out is on time:)
  • 31. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. 2. Body Position - (Bad)
    • -Bad-
    • Good tuck
    • Slow rotation flip completes on the way down
    • “ come out” is after entry into the water
  • 32. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Body Position
    • Good
    • Click on picture to Play
    • Bad
    • Click on picture to Play
  • 33. Diving Skills Front Flip What Judges look for in a good dive. Body Position and the “ Center of Mass ”
    • Center of Mass
    • Where does their center of gravity travel throughout the dive?
    • How big of a path does it make?
    • How fast does it move?
  • 34. Diving Skills Front Flip Center of Mass Trace Two different divers (dive104C) “Rotation & Body Position” Red = Bad Green = Good
    • Together they do not look that different
  • 35. Diving Skills Front Flip Center of Mass Trace “Rotation & Body Position” ( dive104C)
    • Good -
    • Center of mass goes up then down
    • Flip is completed on the way up
    • Bad -
    • Center of mass goes up, out, & down Trace is more round
    • Flip is completed on the way down
    • Good Bad
  • 36. Diving Skills Front Flip “Rotation & Body Position”
    • Good
    • Click on picture to Play
    • Bad
    • Click on picture to Play
  • 37. Diving Skills Front Flip Pick the Good Dive
    • -Is the Flip Completed on the way up?
    • -Is the come out before the entry ?
    • -Are their Legs Straight?
  • 38. Diving Skills Front Flip
    • Dive #1
    • Click on picture to Play
    • Dive #2
    • Click on Picture to Play
  • 39. Diving Skills Front Flip Cue Words For Critical Elements
    • Top
    • “ Feel the lift”
    • “ Ride the board”
    • Body Position
    • “ Squeeze”
    • Kick or “hup”
  • 40. Diving Skills Front Flip References
    • Batterman Charles The Techniques of Spring Board diving. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press
    • Barone, Marian, Beginning Diving. Palo Alto, Calif. National Press 1973.
    • Billingsley, Hobert Diving Illustrated. New York, Ronald Pres Co. (1965).
    • Jeff Bro Head Coach University of Nebraska Diving.