When doing a round off, it's important to place your first hand straight and your second hand in a T. Land your round off with your feet in front with help from a gymnastics coach in this free video on beginning gymnastics.
Hi, my name is Andrea, and Kim is going to help me demonstrate roundoff for beginning gymnastics. The materials you will need are a floor and a wide open space. When you're doing a roundoff, it's important to place your first hand straight and then, your second hand in a T during the roundoff. You want to block off your hands with straight elbows and land in a standing straight up position. Kim is going to demonstrate this for us. When landing your roundoff, if you want to move into other tricks later on, it's important to land with your feet in front. That way you will be easily re-pulled backwards into your next skill. My name is Andrea, and Kim has just helped me demonstrate a roundoff for beginning gymnastics.
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