How Do You Do A Toe Touch With A Back Handspring In Cheerleading?
The back handspring is a common skill in cheerleading, and all cheerleaders should take the time to perfect it. You can increase the difficulty of the back handspring by adding a toe touch to it. The sequence described below would be what you would see if the move were slowed down frame by frame. In real time, the entire move takes mere seconds. Stand with your legs straight and your feet, ankles, calves and knees connected. Clap your hands once at the level of your face, keeping your elbows loosely tucked in. Raise your arms above your head in with your hands clasped. Keep your arms straight. Bring your hands down to your sides in a sharp circular motion. Swing your arms to shoulder height straight in front of you. As you do this, bend your knees, tighten your belly and tuck in your chin. Leap up and connect the toes of both feet to the palms. Land in a position that looks like you’re sitting on an invisible chair. Sit back until you feel as though you’re about to fall. Jump before yo
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