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Full Approach Front Jump - FAFJ - 100

Notice the diver steps heel first. This can be done to a cadence of Step - Step - Push Hurdle Up - Step and stretch - circle and go... Notice knee in hurdle above belly button. Steps are normal walking steps in length. Beginners typically learn a three step approach and add a 4th or 5th step as they grow and get stronger. 

Back Jump - 200A

Diver has 1/2 foot on board - heels are raised slightly. Arms at a T position slightly behind shoulders slightly above shoulders. From T position - raise laterally to a Y position - legs start to squat - 12 o'clock to 12 o'clock arm circle and reach. 

10 Bounce Front Jump

Notice the precision of 12 o'clock to 12 o'clock arm circle. Only motion should be squat and arm circle. notice the head and upperbody doesn't move through the squat and circle. A diver should be able to bounce on the end of the diving board any number of times keeping control and balance. 

Back and Reverse Take Offs

Both backwards and reverse dives utilize a stable head and upper body while legs squat then arms circle 12 o'clock to 12 o'clock making the biggest circle possible with hands finishing narrow and arms behind the ears. 

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