The size and application of GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK
GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK is a gymnastic equipment that originated in Europe. In 1896, GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK was listed as a gymnastics event. The GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK for modern games is 160 cm long and 35 cm wide. The upper edge of the central wooden ring on the horse's back is 120 cm from the ground and 12 cm from the horse's back. The distance between the two rings is 40 to 45 cm.
GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK
①A kind of gymnastic equipment, shaped slightly like a horse, with two semi-circular rings on the back, which is a kind of wooden horse.
②One of the men's competitive gymnastics events. During the competition, athletes are required to support the pommel horse or saddle ring with both arms to complete various single-foot swings, crosses, full spins, and shifting turns.
③The saddle and horse refer to the life of riding or fighting
GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK has a height of 1.05 meters and a ring height of 12 cm. GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK equipment for modern games is 160 cm long and 35 cm wide. The upper edge of the central wooden ring of the horse's back is 120 cm from the ground and 12 cm from the horse's back. The distance between the two rings is 40 to 45 cm (the horse ring can be adjusted within this range. Ring distance).
GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK is used on all parts of the horse. It is the basic feature of the pommel horse project to complete different full spin and swing movements with different support methods. When doing full rotation, the main method is to rotate the legs together. Movements with or without turning by handstand are allowed. The movements of different structural groups must be completed in full swing without stopping. Power movements are not allowed in this project. Most athletes believe that GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK is the most difficult of all gymnastics.
This may be because pommel horses have too high requirements for athletes: strength, near-perfect balance, flexibility, sense of time, and graceful movements. In the competition, the athletes have to do a series of front and back full spins, crosses, and perform actions over the entire length of the GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK. The full rotation of the pommel horse is to rely on the hand (in most cases with one hand) to support the center of gravity of the body, and the body immediately rotates forward or backward. When doing a full spin, the athlete's legs should be straightened and separated and lifted up as much as possible. Any part of the body other than the hands should not touch the pommel horse.
Smooth movement and precise control are the key to high scores in the GYMNASTIC POMMEL BUCK game. Because the athlete's movements are quite fast, the average audience may still be confused about the movements he has done, but this is necessary for high scores. To increase the difficulty, athletes will move their position on the horse with their hands while doing movements.