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  1. Gymnastics • Individual Stunts • Dual Stunts • Group Stunts
  2. What is a Stunt? Stunts are activities in the forms of play that test one’s self on flexibility, agility, balance, coordination, strength and endurance. Stunts can also be activities that serve as conditioning exercises and can also be introductions to some gymnastic skills and tumbling skills.
  3. Types of Stunts • Individual Stunts - these are stunts performed by only one person. • Dual Stunts - these are stunts performed by two. • Group Stunts - these are stunts performed by three or more persons.
  4. Individual Stunts 1. Turk Stand - In cross sitting position; arms in front of the body clasping the elbow, stand without breaking the hand clasp and the leg cross. Do this several times. 2. Rocking Chair - In tuck sitting position, roll on back until the buttocks are up. Return to tuck sitting position. Do this several times.
  5. 3. Prone Rocking - Grasp the ankles in rear with the hands, arch back, head up. Rock forward and backward. 4. Ankle Hold Walk - Hold the ankle with hands, legs relatively straight. Walk forward.
  6. 5. Coffee Grinder - Form a side arm support, walk on feet to go around a circle. Do this right and left. 6. Egg Roll or Tuck Roll Sideward - From a tuck lying position, roll sideward without breaking the tuck position.
  7. 7. Log Roll - From a supine lying position, hands clasped overhead, roll sideward right or left with the body, arms and legs relatively straight. 8. Human Ball - From a frog sitting position, hold the feet so that the arms are between the knees. In tuck position, roll on the right side continue on the back to the left side and come up to your original position.
  8. 9. Jump to Full Turn (Jumping Jack) - From a half-knee bend, jump in air then at the same time turn in air as the body is suspended. End facing the same direction.
  9. 10. Dog Walk - In a four-base support, buttocks up, walk alternately right, left with the hands and feet. 11. Lame Dog Walk - Place hands in front on the floor, buttocks up and one leg extended in air. Move both hands forward, then hop supporting foot close to the hands. Repeat the movement several times.
  10. 12. Frog Kick - From a squat position, hands on the floor in front of the knees, push with the feet so that the buttocks are lifted in rear. The weight of the body should be on the hands.
  11. 13. Frog Jump - From a squat position, hands on the floor, jump forward as far as you can; end in the squat position.
  12. 14. Inch Worm - From a front arm support, walk on feet toward the hands with the knee straight – 8 cts. Then walk with the hands forward – 8 cts. to front arm support.
  13. 15. Crab Walk - From a bridge stand position, walk on hands and feet alternately towards the head.
  14. • Chinese Get-up/Kip Up 1 Lie flat on your back. 2. Pull your legs up to your chest 3. Put your hands flat on the ground, next to your ears. 4. Roll back so that all of your weight is on your shoulders. 5. Kick your legs up directly into the air. 6. Push hard with your hands as soon as you feel your momentum shifting upwards. Then land in a squat. Dual Stunts
  15. • Wheelbarrow 1. Lie flat facing the floor. 2. Let your partner hold the lower part of your legs from in between. 3. Then let him/her lift up your legs.
  16. • Double Feet Walk 1. Partner should have the same weight and height. 2. Face each other with arms closed. 3. Step one foot on top of your partner’s foot. 4. Partner walks one foot forward and the other stepping backward. 5. Walk maintaining original position.
  17. • Get Up Back-to-Back 1. Partner should have the same height. 2. Sit down back-to-back. 3. Hook each other’s arm then be in a long sitting position. 4. Stand up carefully with the same position.
  18. • Knee Stand 1. Partner stands in stride position, about shoulder width apart, with knees slightly bent. He squats down and places his head between the legs of the other partner. 2. Partner places his hands on other partner’s shoulders, while the other partner rises up so that partner is sitting on his shoulders. 3. Partner places his feet on the other partner’s thighs. Meanwhile, the other partner leans backward for balance, removing his head from between the partner’s legs and grasps the upper thighs of the partner who raises his arms sideward for balance. Maintain the position.
  19. • Knee and Shoulder Stand 1. The base performer lies on his back, knees bent, feet flat on the floor, and arms up ready to support the shoulder of the top performer. 2. Top performer stands on the floor, in front of the knees of the base performer. He places his hands on his partner’s knees, leans forward so his shoulders are supported by the hands of the base performer. 3. As soon as the top performer’s shoulders are held in a fixed position, he begins to raise his legs until they are in a vertical position. 4. Top performer should keep his arms straight and his head up so he can look directly into the base performer’s eyes.
  20. • Handstand 1. Let your partner stand in front of you at first to catch your legs and hold you straight. 2. Stand straight up and lift your hands above your head. 3. Kick one leg in front of you and take a large step forward with that leg as far as it feels comfortable to you. 4. Lean forward while keeping your body straight and keep straight. 5. When you feel most of your weight on your hands, attempt to keep the force of your weight around the base of your fingers.
  21. • Needle (For Flyers) 1. Pull your scorpion 2. Extend your scorpion until yours arms are straight. 3. Take your left hand then bring it a few inches down on your leg. 4. Take your right hand and repeat the process of bringing your hand down a few inches. 5. Continue to repeat the process of bringing your hands down until your leg is completely straight. Group Stunts
  22. • Scorpion (For Flyers) 1. Stand up straight then grab the outer side of your back foot with the hand from that same side. 2. Start pushing up with your back foot. 3. Turn the elbow of the pulling hand outwards as your foot moves higher then push your leg higher. 4. Grab your back leg with your other hand and aim it higher. 5. Keep practicing and stretch when you’re finished.
  23. Scorpion Needle
  24. • Heel Stretch (For Flyers) 1. Stand with your feet together and legs straight. 2. Put your other arm in a "High-V“ 3. Always keep your body straight and base leg straight and finished.
  25. • Bow and Arrow (For Flyers) 1. Keep the leg you're not going up on straight 2. Lift your other leg up to a heel stretch then keep your leg to the side. 3. Bring your other hand and point your other arm.
  26. Heel Stretch Bow and Arrow
  27. • Arabesque (For Flyers) 1.Stretch your back and your front splits beforehand. You can do Sphinx stretch for your back and front splits for your hip flexors to loosen up your muscles. 2. Practice the arabesque on the ground and have someone spot you. Have them place their right hand on your stomach and their left under your leg, then pull up into position. This will give you the feeling of where your placement needs to be. 3.When your pull your arabesque, you should feel a pinch in your back. If not then you are not pulling it high enough. 4.Make sure your leg is Straight and lifted parallel to the ground. It makes a visual difference. 5.If your arabesque is falling forward, it probably is due to your hip being too low. Lift up on it as you lift your leg and it will place you into position. 6.Place your weight on inside of your standing foot . Chest and chin up. 7. Make sure your T motion is slightly in front of you so you can balance, see your motion, and it’s visually appealing. If your T is directly out to the side or behind, it will look awkward like your arms are actually behind you. Toe pointed .
  28. • Full Elevator or Full Extensions The two bases will stand facing each other, there hands cupped for the flyer's foot. The flyer will place her hands on the bases shoulders, standing up-right so that she can fully push off their shoulders into their hands. The back-spot will stand behind the flyer with her hands on the flyer's hips/waist area. The flyer will prep, tucking her knees to her chest, keeping her back straight, and place her feet in the base's hands. The bases will then push with their legs and straighten their arms above their heads, locking out their elbows. The flyer will "ride" their push into the position, and then hit her motion. The back-spot has to follow the flyer's legs up as high as she can, grabbing the flyer's ankles, or the base's wrists.
  29. • Liberties One legged stunts are preformed differently than two legged. The flyer stands with one leg up, prepped to be grabbed. The main base will grab the heel and toe of that foot. The secondary base grabs the middle of the flyer's foot, and underneath the hand that has the flyer's toe-for a little extra push. The back-spot will squat below the flyer, placing one hand on her rear, and one on her ankle. The bases need to remember to push through their legs and not from their backs. On a pre-determined count everyone will dip, the bases pushing through their legs and straightening their arms. The flyer will hit her desired motion with her free flying foot, and the spot will push up through the flyer's bottom and hold on to her ankle to keep it steady. The bases lock out their elbows and stand "kissably close". All other one legged stunts are preformed in this fashion.
  30. • Suicide -They are performed mostly the same way that you would a heel stretch, lib or scorpion. The flyer must have excellent balance to perform the stunt which is to jump and rotate in the air. They are illegal in high school levels, and can only be preformed by colleges.
  31. • Pyramid 1. Have three stunt groups in the bottom with at least two bases, one backspot and one flyer. 2. Have the flyers jump in and the bases lift her up. 3. When all the flyers are up, have the side flyers turn and the middle flyer go back down. 4. Wait a little and have the middle flyer jump up hard. 5. To get down, have all the flyers cradle.
  32. Project in MAPEH Submitted by: Shanel Ariem IV-Aristotle Submitted to: Mrs. Kathryn Raymundo Vivas