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    Veteran Enthusiast Kellawgs's Avatar

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    an attempt at a front-handspring

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    Made this actually quite quickly. Not my best lol

    Anyway I'd like to know what I did incorrectly please.

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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    I thought it was perfect tbh


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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    Thank you H-Bomb.

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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    Yeah, that's pretty awesome. I just don't like the legs right before he does the actual roll. They seem very, uhh, stuck? They look like they froze for a short time. Afterwards, they become a little shaky following the roll. It looks great though. Good job.
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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    the only thing which I saw wrong was when he jumps for the build up the leg could have bent a little more, that's the only thing I spotted, nice job!

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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    That was awesome ryan well done.

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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    I thought that the legs could have come closer together before the spring to prevent stiffness.
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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    I think the hands should have been a bit further apart.

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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    It looks perfect to me. You'll probably need to ask wraybies since he's the expert at acrobatics.

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    Re: an attempt at a front-handspring

    I think the arm might need to be extended and stiffer when he's doing the hand spring but after words everything seems fine


 
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