Can you believe it?

Hi All,

Can you believe it, two days IN A ROW of vault videos?! I know. I’m pretty stunned myself. When I say there really are a million drills for yurchenkos, I’m not lying. Even using old drills with new mats/new set-ups can make old things have new and improved effects (granted this takes a lot of trial and error). So, here are a couple more to think about.

This first one is one I really like if you can manage to set it up. Building up kids confidence doing this before taking the flipping vault over to the table is a really good idea. They’ll feel a lot more confident having experienced a similar feeling with the drill and first attempts will come out looking better.

This second drill, is incredibly similar to the one I posted yesterday. But I wanted to add some notes about it. This is how I start yurchenkos. Before I even let kids round-off onto a board I stick a safety zone on the floor and start with cartwheel step-ins into the safety zone. Then round-offs into the safety zone. Then round-offs onto a panel mat in the safety zone. Then round-offs onto two panel mats in the safety zone (if they can be done well). Then and only then do I put the board in. I just don’t want kids getting overwhelmed by not having enough progressions.

If you would like to find more drills like these click here for my mini ebook on beginning yurchenko progressions – Beginning Yurchenko Progressions

What do you do as your first progressions for yurchenkos?

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