Those will be easy to learn. Just remember stretch every day, do leg lifts like where you grab your foot and pull it up(that will help stretch out your legs for splits) and practice doing splits. You might think this is a little retarded but practice doing handstands up against a wall or something sturdy.(they help with back hand springs and walk overs.
No you don't have to be a certain size. I've done gymnastics/tumbling for like ever. But then I pulled a muscle in my back and to stop for a month and got back into it. I still do tumbling and I'm 16 and I'm not the smallest or the skinniest person that does it.
i kno io was in it when i was little only for a year than i got hurt an had to quit an i was thinkin og goin in tumbbling but im scared cause im not the skinnest girl out there
No not at all, I was a chubby little kid and did gymnastics for awhile. They are right though it is adviced to start at a very young age.
It might take you a little bit to get the hang of it. What all are you trying to learn? (and I'll tell you if it will be hard or not.)
Those are easy to learn if you have a good coach teaching you. I think you can learn fast.
kay thanks cause i do learn things really easily, o yeha i wanna try to do splits to
backhand springs, walk overs, back/front slips, front hand springs
Not really, but it's advised that you begin at a very young age.
I think you can. Practically anybody can start.
okaii thanks will it be harder to learn stuff
But do you think i can start now