LeeLee Weiland Posted June 11, 2016 Share Posted June 11, 2016 Hi guys, I am a basic tumbler. I am working on roundoff rebounds, roundoff-backhandspring rebounds, and roundoff-backhandspring-backtuck, all up onto an elevated surface about 4 ft. high. I have access to a spring floor and 6x9 foot blackbed trampoline, both right next to a nice pit. I also have stackable mats. I would like to progress toward more powerful tumbling and maybe double flips and twists at some point. I am NOT looking for tips to do those advanced skills as I understand the liability incurred for giving advice over the internet. Rather, I was wondering if someone could let me know what is good regimentation and volume for serious tumbling training. I was talking with a power tumbler and he mentioned that sometimes they'd do 100 double backs in the span of 4 hours. I am wondering if anyone could mention a good work load for perfecting and making powerful the roundoff-backhandspring-backtuck and roundoff-backtuck for a 2 hour, 5 day a week training plan. That's the usual amount of time I train. Thanks a lot! I'd really appreciate it :-) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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