The straight jump is the quintessential basic skill on trampoline. Whether it's needed for working on or from the trampoline, to the front or the back, it is the starting point for all technical elements on this apparatus.
While it may be for beginners, this simple movement requires precision and hard work. Perfect execution will guarantee easier access to more complex elements.
In this training guide we bring you first of all a detailed technical analysis, then we show you the exercises that you will need to be able to teach it.
More and more, trampoline is becoming an indispensable tool for teaching artistic gymnastics.
When a gymnast has had training on trampoline, it becomes much simpler to learn more complex difficulties. Whether for vault, floor, beam, or even uneven bars, trampoline work will really help you save both time and energy.
Even though it is very close to gymnastics, trampoline is still a specialized discipline. You can't just make it up as you go along!
Our aim is therefore to help you, tutorial after tutorial, to get to know all of the technical movements on trampoline that will help you in artistic gymnastics.