Rhythm 401 Review
Rhythm releases their new Rhythm 401 App, packed full of everything a 4-way jumper would ever wish to know...
To tie in with the Belly to Back Back Flip, the Back to Belly Front Flip transition is the 'opposite' transition, wherein a flyer transitions over their feet and knees from starting while Back flying up and over to the Belly flying orientation. It utilizes body movements important to Free Flying and will help you understand the correct use of the airflow on your body.
To learn to so this transition you should be stable and aware in both Belly Flying and Back Flying orientations. It’s not necessary, but ideal, if you are also comfortable Knee Flying as well.
Visit the individual IBA Skills page to download the full lesson plan and to find additional post-flight evaluation questions and suggestions.
Next tutorial, Full Barrel Roll, HERE
Other IBA Back Fly Tutorials HERE
IBA Dynamic Progression series HERE