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Here the aim is for the tummy to land where the feet took off. This is achieved by pushing feet backwards on take-off and lifting UP into the move.
The second front-drop here shows how the arms are lifted up into the move which is not shown in the first front-drop.
A common mistake is for people to dive forwards into a front-drop which can lead to injury. Diving forwards is prevented by lifting shoulders up and pushing feet backwards.
When coming out of the front landing in the second front-drop here, the arms have been lifted upwards. This is technically correct and can help to lift the body up straight but is not an essential part of the move.
On landing it is important that the blue mat in front is looked at - keeping the head up. Failing to do this would result in landing on the face!
Safety is the most important thing to get right when trampolining
especially when learning new moves. Read more on the
trampoline safety page.