Trampoline, an Olympic discipline, symbolizes freedom, flying, and space. Multiple somersaults and twists are performed at a height of 8 m and require precise technique and perfect body control. The trampoline is also used as a basic training device for all sports that contain acrobatic elements.
Tumbling is characterized by continuous speedy, complex, rhythmic hands to feet, feet to hands acrobatic elements lasting around 6 seconds. This work is performed on a 25 m long dynamic track. Tumbling is a highly spectacular sport, in which a perfect combination of speed and rhythm in somersaulting and twisting movements are required.
DOUBLE MINI TRAMPOLINE (DMT)
Double Mini Trampoline developed from the common mini-tramp, but allows for a more acrobatic performance. After a take-off, the competitors perform one exercise on the mini-trampoline, followed by another routine on the landing mat. High level gymnasts execute double and triple somersaults with twists.