Stunts are easy to learn when they are presented with appropriate description and demonstration. It is therefore important to have a suitable formation to enable each and everyone observe correct performance.
There are times when children can work and perform stunts at the same time. This can be done for stunts which do not require mats by having the children scatter in the play area. But for stunts needing mats, this poses a problem.
Front Seat Support
- Assume a long-sitting position, with legs together and hands flat on the floor, placed between the hips and the knee, finger pointing forward.
- Push down and raised the hips and legs off the floor with the weight supported on the hands and heels.
- Maintain this position for three to five seconds.
- Assume a front lying position with the elbow bent, touching the sides of the body and the fingers spread apart.
- Keep the elbows close to the sides and shift the trunk slightly downward and forward as legs are raised.
- Stand erect with arms extended forward and a little to the side.
- Jump upward and bring the feet up, touching toes with hands.
- Then, return to starting position.
- Repeat stunt with a run.