Advanced Gymnastics & Tumbling for Kids : Basic Pommel Horse Moves in Kids Gymnastics

Advanced Gymnastics & Tumbling for Kids : Basic Pommel Horse Moves in Kids Gymnastics


Hello! My name is Matt, and on behalf of expertvillage.com,
we’re going to show you some pommel horse basics. This is a pommel horse. First thing
you’ll probably do, walk up, grab one hand in each pommel, jump up, and hold yourself
up. This is called front support; you’re just holding yourself up. Try not to be here,
that’ll lift yourself up out of your shoulders. Next exercise would to bring your knees up
and through the middle and put them in the front. I’m not sitting down, hold my hips
straight, and my head up. This is a rear support. That would be your first exercise, from front
to rear without sitting down. If you do further, you would take one hand off and the other
hand off. Then you can take one leg and you can do a leg cut. Again, I’m not sitting
down; I’m holding myself up. So then you do leg cuts to front support, leg cut to rear
support.

3 thoughts on “Advanced Gymnastics & Tumbling for Kids : Basic Pommel Horse Moves in Kids Gymnastics

  1. @katebeckinsale978 waaayyyy too much money. Especially an AVA official model (though looks like an older one). Used they run anywhere from DIY $100-$500. A new one can really get up high, $1,500+

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