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Tumbl Trak is proud to present Tammy Biggs’ clever and efficient uses for equipment and skill development in your gym. Tammy Biggs has been a member of the US Women’s National Team Staff since 1986. She coached 1988 Olympian Missy Marlow and was a member of the 1996 Olympic Team Staff. Tammy is a brevet judge and a consultant for the JO Compulsory Programs . She spends much of her time traveling around the country, helping to develop future Olympians. She works with clubs helping to develop entire programs from preschool through elite.
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Front flipping is an important tumbling skill that progresses to many more difficult skills. Tammy Biggs uses various stations in a sequential circuit, using a Tumbl Trak, to improve shapes and create good habits in athletes. Tammy’s experience, and attention to detail is highlighted in this video as she shows how to progress slowly, and correctly through the skill.
Using barrels, inclines and panel mats, Tammy Biggs demonstrates the basics of beginning drills for developing Onodi’s and Arabians. Tammy uses these progressions to lead toward many higher level skills on vault and bars including bails, shoot over, and Geingers. Tammy’s breaks the skills down into simple drills in a sequential circuit, emphasizing the basics of correct technique and shapes.
Front tumbling beginning basics that help strengthen beam and bars skills. This video focuses on progressions that help athletes to build the strength and technique used in front tumbling. Watch as Tammy makes useful corrections with real athletes and emphasizes how to identify areas that need attention.
Tammy Biggs’ techniques are developed with the athlete’s safety in mind. These drills will help reduce the risk of injury as the focus on strengthening areas that are specific to skills that land on one leg. Tammy demonstrates the importance using chest rolls out of skills as a next progression for better tumbling.
Once athletes have mastered the basics of Arabian flipping (See Teaching the Onodi and the Arabian), the next step in developing Arabian tumbling passes is to connect the arabian to a round off. Tammy shows beginning steps of correct arm positions, and the importance of teaching athletes about using their hips to help in rotation. All drills are connected in a circuit that progresses. It is essential to use the drills in sequence for the safest, and most effective training techniques.
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