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Front Flyspring

This is a variation of the Front Handspring, in which the legs are always together.  Rather than beginning in a Lunge position, the Front Flyspring starts from both feet together on the floor.  The gymnast then “bounds” forward onto the hands, while the feet drive overhead, and finally, the gymnast arrives back on the feet.  This skill is sometimes called a “bounder,” a “flip-flop,” or a “flic-flac.

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