Presentation on theme: "S1 Gymnastics After watching my group performance I thought ………… OUR STRENGTHS WERE …...A range of different skills were used..The skills were linked well."— Presentation transcript:
S1 Gymnastics After watching my group performance I thought ………… OUR STRENGTHS WERE …...A range of different skills were used..The skills were linked well throughout the performance.Everyone was involved in the performance. THE AREAS THAT NEED IMPROVED ARE ……..We need to think about a our starting position.We need to integrate more flight.We need to look a being in sequence. WORD OF THE DAY …………………………………………………………………………………………
Word Bank Acro: Term referring to tumbling skill on beam or floor exercise, used most commonly when describing combination dance-acro requirements Chassé: A dance movement of the feet which gives the impression of one foot chasing the other, often used as a lead-up to a leap Dismount: The term used for the last skill in a gymnastics routine. For most events the method used to get off of the event apparatus. Extension: A term commonly used by gymnasts and coaches to refer to the height of the leg when it is raised into the air during a dance skill. Flexibility: The ability to move a body joint through its full range of motion, the range of motion through which a joint can move without feeling pain. To have a wide range of motion in a joint. An example of the types of flexibility required of gymnasts is to be able to do all three splits. Hamstring: The muscle at the back of thigh which is stretched when bending forward in a pike position with the leg straight. Mount: This term is used both to identify the first skill with which the gymnast starts a gymnastics routine and also means to get up onto a gymnastics apparatus. Round-off: A floor or beam skill similar to a cartwheel, but with both feet landing at the same time. It is almost always the beginning skill for all back tumbling passes. Sequence: Two or more skills which are performed together creating a different combination skill. Straddle: A body position in which the body faces forward and the legs are spread far apart to the side, ideally to a 180 degree split or more. Vault: A gymnastics event performed over the vaulting table by both men and women. The gymnast runs down the padded vault runway, vaults off the vaulting springboard onto the horse, blocks off the hands, and finishes the vault to land in a standing position. At the lower level, each competitor performs two vaults and the scores are averaged. In Elite and international competition, only one vault is performed, except in Finals.
Skills JumpsRotationsBalancesPartner Balances PikeForward rollAUse Scottish award scheme StraddleBackwards rollFrog Balance TuckPencilHand Stand 180Drive forward roll Head Stand 360Cartwheel
Benefits of video analysis Identifies strengths and weaknesses of your performance Instant feedback Is keep on record for ever You can fast forward, rewind and also slow down the performance You can watch it as many times at you would like You can compare previous performances.
Groups Equipment manager – Responsible for getting equipment out. Motivator – Constantly encouraging their team in all tasks. Time Keeper – Responsible for keeping track of time Captain – Controls the group and deals with any issues. Responsible for group name. Organiser – organise the group (overseas the tasks to make sure they are completed)
Awards Best group performance Most improved group Best routine Star gymnast Most improved gymnast Best contributor
Gymnastic Certificate BEST GROUP PERFORMANCE WINNER - ………………………………..