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HOW TO LEARN TO DO A CRADLE (BACK DROP HALF TURN BACK DROP) ON TRAMPOLINE – Gymnastics Tutorial 4K


Hey guys I’m Carl and today I want to go over a few steps on how you can learn a cradle on trampoline which is a back drop half turn back drop So let’s get started. First off you have to have a pretty good back drop and a nice stomach drop or belly drop. And to go over these positions a little bit more when you do a back drop you want to land in the middle of your back and can have your arms all the way up or your arms down a little bit and look like a dead bug. The position is going to be on your back with your legs up and arms either here or arms here You’re also going to want to have a doggy drop and on a doggy drop you’re going to land on your hands and knees at the same time and trying to keep your back nice and rounded and flat like a table and not sit on your tail like this. On a belly drop you’re going to land with your arms bent like this and knees a little bit bent and try and land on your stomach nice and flat. So for the first step of a cradle you’re going to want to do a back drop and stand up and then do a doggy into a belly. The next step is doing a back drop and instead of standing up going right from a back drop into a doggy into a belly. The next step is doing a back drop and passing through a doggy without actually stopping in it straight to a belly. The next step is doing a back drop into a stomach drop and after you land on your stomach bounce and do a half turn to your back. And the last step is do a back drop and as you’re coming up to go to your stomach do a half turn to your back. So just a fun trick to try and I apologize if mine’s not so great but I haven’t done this trick in a while So anyway guys that’s it for today’s video if you guys like this video please hit that like button and also feel free to subscribe and comment down below if you have any other video requests and I’ll see you guys in the next video.

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