Xcel Silver Requirements

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Xcel silver gymnastics requirements


The Xcel Silver division is the second level in the Xcel Program. To compete gymnastics in the Xcel Silver Division, the gymnast must be able to do routines that meet these requirements,
as stated in the Xcel Code of Points. These requirements are paraphrased for easier comprehension; for precise information always refer to the official book published by USA Gymnastics.

The Xcel Silver division is one level in the Xcel program; here is more information about all the gymnastics levels.

While these are requirements, some gymnasts compete in the Xcel Silver level without being able to do all the skills listed below. For what requirements gymnasts don’t fullfill, the judges take deductions.

xcel silver

Silver Vault Requirement

Silver gymnasts must perform one of the following 2 vaults:

  • Handspring over Mat Stack
  • 1/4 to 1/2 on, to land on feet facing mat stack

Silver Bars Requirements

Silver gymnasts must have the following in their bar routine:

  1. A minimum of 5 “A” value skills
  2. A Cast min 45° below horizontal
  3. A Circling Skill (not the mount or dismount)
  4. A Dismount

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Silver Beam Requirements

Silver gymnasts must have the following in their beam routine:

  1. Minimum of 1/2 turn on one foot
  2. One jump or leap that reaches a 90 degree angle (ex. straddle jump)
  3. One non-flight acro skill (ex. cartwheel)
  4. A dismount (ex. roundoff off the beam)

Silver Floor Requirements

Silver gymnasts must have the following in their floor routine:

  1. Minimum of two directly connected acro skills, one must have flight (ex. roundoff – back handspring)
  2. Either a 2nd pass of 2 directly connected acro skills (no flight required) or 1 acro with flight (ex. roundoff backward roll or a front handspring)
  3. A dance passage with two skills, one of which is a leap with a 90 degree cross or side split — they can be directly or indirectly connected
  4. Minimum of 360 degree turn on one foot


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The next Xcel gymnastics level after Silver is Gold.


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  • Jediah miller March 6, 2016, 12:38 am

    It’s not fair I wanna sign up but cant because I don’t know a few skills I’m in a high quaility class will y’all still accept me!? For who I am? I was self taught since I was 4 and starting from 2 months ago I’ve been doing gymnastics

    • Bubble Unicorn November 12, 2018, 12:31 pm

      LOL u can’t just sign up. I’m in silver u need a lot of strength, not just skills

      • Emma Chamberlin May 3, 2019, 11:00 pm

        Well technically you can you have to have the right skills and strength to be able to but you can sign up for xcel

      • Lilyanah Miller July 3, 2019, 7:46 pm

        Yup your right I’m in xel silver and you do need a lot of strength to do it and when u start team gymnastics you will be in bronze.

        • fghjmnbvgfcd May 3, 2021, 11:11 am

          I actually skipped bronze and went to silver

          • sadie July 25, 2021, 5:32 pm

            i also skipped bronze

          • aaliyah November 10, 2021, 1:41 am


      • Amora November 2, 2019, 9:12 am

        actually you can just sign up because I went straight to silver Xcel so bam. period pooh

      • mad at bubble unicorn January 14, 2021, 1:25 pm

        liten up bubble unicorn dont judge a book by its cover she might not be able to sign u for xcel and thats ok she is who she is you have to read a few pages of her before you judge and dont judge in general and yes you do need a lot of streth just keep praticing conitioning

        • anonymous 3780 February 20, 2021, 2:29 pm

          Hey Mad at Bubble Unicorn! Maybe @Bubbleunicorn wasn’t the nicest to her, but you need to chill out! Bubble Unicorn has a point! I’m in Silver too and last year, I didn’t get accepted into Silver because I didn’t have enough strength. But do you know what I didn’t do? I didn’t gloat. I got off my butt and got stronger and stronger until I am where I am now. And for Jediah Miller, don’t let that stop you. Just keep on getting stronger and stronger until they absolutely have to invite you to sign up. 🙂

    • Lauren May 19, 2019, 7:15 pm

      Lol you have to be invited you can’t sign up

      • Sera July 15, 2019, 2:43 pm

        No you have to sign up

    • Logi Olson July 17, 2020, 8:43 pm

      yes! in my gym for tryouts you don’t need all the skills you can work on them once you get on team

    • Veena February 26, 2021, 1:33 pm

      You have to be invited

    • Elise James March 15, 2021, 3:32 pm

      I am in XCEL silver and I don’t even know what some of these things mean. lol

    • Izzy Bolt August 14, 2021, 8:40 am

      Hey! So you would need to try out for the team, and have the proper skills, for example you need to at least have enough skills to be able to work up to the right skills before meet season!

  • Jeanine Flork November 30, 2016, 10:12 pm

    I would like my daughter to compete but she just started gymnastics at bronze level at 13 and is 5 ft 7. The bronze level is more like a recreational class and you learn different skills. Is there anyway she can get on the road to competing? If so, at what level does she start to compete since bronze doesn’t compete?

    • gymnasticshq December 5, 2016, 8:50 pm

      Some gyms do compete bronze, so it really depends on your gym at what level they start competing.

      • xcel bronze gymnast January 14, 2021, 1:27 pm

        i competed for xcel bronze for 6 months and im going to do a evouation for xcel silver because i got gold medals on all of my meets

    • Ali July 30, 2017, 10:49 pm

      I would say that if she can get all her silver skills then she can compete silver. I started out in silver. There is also preteam, (at least at my gym) and there is level 3. Preteam is just like level three but they don’t get scores at competition. So I would recommend starting either in level three or xcel silver.

    • Celine Aubin March 19, 2020, 1:15 am

      Bronze do compete my team competed last month and I’m competing in September and I’m in bronze. I know I’m VERY late on answering this but yea.

  • Marc Bowman January 28, 2017, 2:17 pm

    Are there deductions for doing too many “gold” skills in a routine. Our coach said she she can do a round off back tuck and a front hand spring in the same routine

    • gymnasticshq January 31, 2017, 2:37 pm

      There are restrictions for the difficulty of skills that can be done in Silver routines. On floor you are only allowed to do 1 salto or aerial per routine. A back tuck would count in this category, a front handspring wouldn’t. The coach could also be concerned about doing too many difficult things and making errors on them which would result in deductions, when an easier skill could be done error free. Hope that helps.

  • Kaitlyn January 28, 2017, 7:55 pm

    Is a round off bhs back tuck too advanced for silver? Also, can you move up a level during competition season? I really need an answer!

    • gymnasticshq January 31, 2017, 2:40 pm

      You could do a roundoff bhs back tuck in silver, although most gymnasts wait until Gold. And yes you can move up a level during competition season, although gyms rarely do this.

    • sdfghj May 3, 2021, 11:14 am

      nope I have that tumbling pass, also note that you might get more deductions. You can move up a level in the beginning of competition season.

  • Traci February 17, 2017, 10:53 pm

    My daughter just got her summer recommendation and it is silver/ bronze, what exactly does that mean and Will she ever be able to do regular levels?

    • gymnasticshq February 28, 2017, 11:08 am

      Hi Traci,

      You can read more about the Xcel program here– https://gymnasticshq.com/gymnastics-xcel-levels/ but yes she will be able to do the regular “JO” levels again. The Xcel program is a different option than the the JO levels, but it can be a more fun option since they get their own routines, as opposed to having to learn compulsory routines.

      Hope that helps!

  • Ann-Marie March 28, 2017, 9:43 pm

    I was wondering if you could do a front tuck in silver. The other acro/tumbling skills in my routine are a front walkover, a cartwheel roundoff and a roundoff, which I would like to change to my front tuck. I’ve been having extreme mental blocks on back skills after having a hard fall on my neck:) Thanks!!

    • Lola S April 24, 2017, 7:52 am

      Yes, you can do a front tuck in silver. Do not be scared! have confidence and work through it with your coaches!

  • Autumn July 3, 2017, 10:48 am

    My daughter was in bronze last year, and she is supposed to be in silver this year. She has all of the skills in the silver level and does them with very good form (I know that because I was a gymnast when I was a little girl). She also has some of the required gold skills. Can she skip the silver level, train for gold, and maybe even compete gold if she gets all the required skills? Please reply.

    • Ali July 30, 2017, 11:00 pm

      Hi Autumn, I believe she might be able to skip silver, but if she can I still don’t think it’s wise for her to do that. I did two years of sliver and now I am going to gold, which payed off. I got much better scores and placed a lot better in my second year. If she has good form right now in silver, I would keep her in silver for one year just to do better and learn right techniques. Then after that she could move to gold. She can go to gold if she really wants, but I would advise staying in silver.

  • Maddy July 12, 2017, 1:54 am

    Hi my friend is in the silver level and I want to be in it I’ve never done gymnastics before except for when I was younger but I wasn’t very goo I was wondering if I could start gymnastics at the silver

    • Ali July 30, 2017, 11:04 pm

      If you would like to be in silver, I would start with the recreational classes first. They are much less demanding and cost way less money. Once you got better and go all your skills for silver, you could go to xcel bronze if they have that at your friend’s gym. And I would advise you to go to an actual gym, if you want to compete and learn the right technique for everything.

  • Maddy July 12, 2017, 1:59 am

    I don’t have a gym in mind to compete at but I was thinking I could think I can compete in my dad’s basement he has a weightlifting room but my dad hates it when I use it because one day I must drop to 1 pound weight on my foot and I am most died LOL I bet I would be the strongest person on the team. My friend thinks I’ll fail but I’m gonna prove her wrong

  • Jami September 5, 2017, 3:06 pm

    Hi, my daughter is 7 and has been in gymnastics for about a year and a half now. She stared out with rec classes and quickly progressed, skipped a level or two and joined the pre-team practices.

    She practiced with pre-team for about 5 months and started team practice at the begging of summer in June.

    They have recently placed her in a “Silver Plus” group which meets 3 days a week, 4 hours per day. Silvers are 3 days, 3 hrs/week.

    Silver plus is not an actual level in gymnastics is it? And would anyone know what the purpose of having this separate class would be? Just asking as I am paying by hours per week and just wondering what the point of this class is or what it is leading to.

    • Jill October 23, 2017, 9:39 am

      If your daughter hasn’t competed before the only level she can start with is bronze or silver due to the xcel entry rules. Most likely they feel that she will do well and move up to Gold next year and silver plus is probably to start working on some of those skills for the next level.

  • Emily Noble October 21, 2017, 10:24 am

    How long do silver routines have to be I’m a gymnast and I am just making sure I have the right amount of time in my routine

    • Allison Gonyo January 15, 2018, 6:34 pm

      hey m don’t stress it i know your a great gymnast silver floor and beam routines are about the same length as a bronze routine just don’t stress it you are beautiful #gonyo-noble

  • Haley Hull October 23, 2017, 12:16 am

    I’m in platinum but really want to go to compulsory would I have to go straight to level 4

    • Keara December 3, 2018, 12:38 pm

      It all kind of be depends on what skills you have! Platinum is a very high level so you would be past level 4. If level 4 is what you want to do yes you can go straight into level 4 but if you want to be in a higher level and you have the right skills then you can skip over level 4

    • Bubblegum Queen August 6, 2020, 6:57 pm

      If you have all the skills for platinum then if you coaches are fine with it do one competition for level 4 and one for 5 the do the rest level 6 or 7

  • Aly_Marie November 4, 2017, 12:03 pm

    I have all my skills for xcel Gold. Am I aloud to switch to gold in the middle of the year?

  • Mary January 19, 2018, 1:07 pm

    can anyone explain to me the “A” listed in the jo code of points?

  • Lilly March 11, 2018, 7:20 pm

    What are the requirements for diamond

  • Lilly March 11, 2018, 7:21 pm

    Sorry you have a post for that ill check it out

  • Susan May 6, 2018, 4:17 pm

    My daughter has been taking classes for 3 years at a gym that does not join competitions, but their classes are modeled after JO levels. She has completed that gym’s level 3 class now, but wants to move on to competitions. So she’s tried out for 2 gyms. One has placed her on their JO Level 2 team for the summer to shore up a few details of that level with a plan to move her to Level 3 in the fall (or maybe after she does one competition in level 2 since she hasn’t ever competed before). So basically, she’s considered mostly Level 3 with a bit of transition needed through Level 2 first. The other gym has placed her on their Xcel Silver team. However, she wants to do compulsory and wants to move up through that model of competition. Both gyms do both Xcel and JO. Is it fair to ask the 2nd gym if she can do JO instead of Xcel? Is it just a preference on the part of the gymnast? If Silver and JO 3 are similar levels in skill set (is that correct?), then can gymnasts decide for themselves which they want to do? Or should a gymnast whose never done competitions before do Xcel for at least a year and then switch to JO? We’re sort of confused on the differences between JO 3 and Xcel Silver – and maybe there isn’t a difference except for the model of competition (compulsory vs optional). Some gyms (like the first gym my daughter tried out for) consider Xcel lesser (even if the skill set is the same) which has had some influence on my daughter’s preferences. So we’re not sure which way to go. Any insight you have that will us decide? Thanks.

    • KJ August 11, 2020, 8:56 am

      If the first gym recommended JO and the second Xcel, and your daughter wants to compete in JO, then I say pick the first gym! Level 3 and Silver are similar skill-wise, so you could pick either one! Keep in mind that JO is more time-consuming and expensive, but your daughter could eventually become an Elite or college gymnast, while Xcel isn’t as demanding but doesn’t give the gymnast as many opportunities for big meets/national-level competition. I would say if your daughter wants to do JO, then she should do that right away, don’t bother with a year of Xcel first, as they’re very different programs. I wouldn’t consider Xcel worse, gymnasts can do all the same skills as JO gymnasts and with great form, but it is a more fun program because the gymnasts get their own routines. It was made for girls who still want to compete, but don’t exactly fit the mold of JO (maybe they’re a little bit older, or they get mental blocks a lot so it’s hard for them to learn the required skills). If your daughter is 10+, she will probably be the oldest girl in her Level 3, while she would be around the same age as most of the Xcel Silver girls. Sorry I’m so late, just wanted to help anyone else with similar problems since I’m assuming you already chose a gym.

  • Lauren May 7, 2018, 7:19 pm

    Can silver compete nationals?

    • Keara December 3, 2018, 12:40 pm

      Mostly depends on you skill level and your scores. Most national competitions are for higher levels. Thats also kind of up to your gym

    • Guppi November 26, 2019, 8:29 pm

      No. Silver doesn’t compete in regional or national competitions. But, Xcel gold does.

    • Gabby November 26, 2019, 8:33 pm

      No. Silvers cannot compete in regional or national competitions.

  • cat June 10, 2018, 10:54 pm

    could u only compete in bars,floor, and vault not beam

  • abby June 17, 2018, 9:35 pm

    can you not compete in beam?

  • Kendra July 6, 2018, 1:50 pm

    Hi, I have a question. I am in AAU Silver, which has the same requirements as XCEL Silver. My coach is not sure about this. Can you do a handstand twist off in Silver for your beam dismount? My coach says she thinks that is a “b” skill, and it’s too advanced for Silver but she’s not entirely sure. Do you know if you can do it?

    • GC August 6, 2018, 1:34 pm

      Yes, you can. My coach is letting us do either the handstand twist or the cartwheel to handstand dismount, depending on which we are better at.

  • Sarah August 21, 2018, 1:13 pm

    Is there a way for me to jump JO levels, I started gymnastics late, and was just wondering.

  • JW August 30, 2018, 4:29 pm

    Is there a new Silver Vault for 2018? I see in the checklist the Vault skill is still listed as “handspring onto vault table with repulsion to flat back landing on stacked mats”, but I’m seeing information on websites that a new Silver Vault has been changed to:
    Handspring over mat stack sideways
    1/4-1/2 on, repulsion off to land facing mat stack

    Any updates are greatly appreciated. Thanks!

    • JW September 8, 2018, 9:38 am

      Just checked above and it looks like you’ve updated the silver vault. 2 follow ups.
      1. Can you still do the old vault – handspring onto vault table with repulsion to flat back on stacked mats?
      2. Can someone explain the “1/4-1/2 on, repulsion off to landing facing mat stack?” Is it like a round off?

      • GC September 9, 2018, 5:14 pm

        No you cannot still do the old vault, as far as I know. You have to do either a front handspring or a roundoff over a sideways mat stack. And yes, the “1/4-1/2 on” is just a round off. But it is not like the round-offs over the vault table, it is a little bit easier. On the vault table you have to turn your hands all the way around on the table, and then land.

        • April benoit September 15, 2018, 10:22 pm

          Do you know of a video for this new vault. My daughter is possible goinh to silver this year. And i would like to have her watch them so she has a good idea on what she is supposed to do. Thank you

          • GC September 16, 2018, 6:47 pm

            Here are two options.
            1. Front handspring vault. Look up the video: “Front handspring vault drill over 8″ mats” By Zari Goldman. The video shows it mostly the same except in Silver the mats are turned sideways.

            2. Roundoff vault. Look up the video: “Half Over/ Round-Off Vault GCSE” By Shona Mackie. It is basically this except over stacked sideways 8-inchers. But you can get the basic skill and shape from this video.

    • Maddy November 19, 2020, 7:34 am

      Yes, I am a silver and the vault that we are doing is the handspring over a mat sideways.

  • BRATAYLEYLOVER September 28, 2018, 12:26 pm

    i am on Xcel silver i want to move to level 3/4 but i am not sure how to i hate Xcel my coach is mean and it is boring

  • J goldman October 19, 2018, 12:54 pm

    Are you allowed to do double back handsprings and aerials in silver competitions? It’s my daughters first competition so she has to start in silver but really wants to do those things ?

    • Keara December 3, 2018, 12:43 pm

      Yes you can do those skills. At this point if she has a kip, squat on, cartwheel on beam and a front handspring on vault she can easily move to Gold. She is basically a Gold on floor at this point

      • Xcel bronze January 20, 2021, 2:08 pm

        Hey J Goldman can u give me tips to getting my back handspring I don’t have it I can’t do all the skills but back handspring and I really don’t want to be in team Firebronze anymore and if I get into silver I can be in team firesilver and I heard the coach is very nice so plees give me tips for backhandspring

    • sadie July 25, 2021, 5:40 pm

      yes, she is allowed to compete those skills. i’m in xcel silver and i used an aerial in my routine 🙂

  • Stephanie Fery February 3, 2019, 5:34 pm

    On floor, Can I do a front handspring stepout to cartwheel?

  • Abby May 18, 2019, 10:47 pm

    If I can do all of these skills and most of xcek gold skills, should I be in XCel silver or gold

    • GC May 19, 2019, 1:10 pm

      This year I competed as Xcel silver, even though I could do most of these skills. I got great scores, and improved a lot on my form. You should ask your coach about what to do and see what he/she thinks. If you compete as silver, you’ll score higher, be comfortable with every skill, and improve your form. If you compete Gold, you’ll probably be doing the easier requirements and receiving lower scores, but still have fun. You might have to repeat Gold again too. Just do whatever your coach thinks!

  • Abby May 18, 2019, 10:48 pm

    Made some mistakes

  • Isla September 21, 2019, 8:55 pm

    Hi, what are the A valued skills?

  • Josey September 23, 2019, 5:37 pm

    Can you start to list the times of practice

  • Cass October 5, 2019, 10:47 pm

    A skills are the easiest skills you can do in comps. It’s basically stuff like cartwheels and split leaps and backward rolls on floor. For bars I would say pull overs, backhip circles, and 45° casts. Beam would probably be split leaps and handstands. And I don’t know exactly what for vault, I hope this helps!

    • Reni March 23, 2020, 11:41 pm

      The letter value skills are only for bars beam and floor not for vault.

  • Kamia December 21, 2019, 11:42 am

    Can u do a round off back roll instead of backhand spring

  • Jordan February 26, 2020, 11:49 pm

    I am ten years old and in gold going to platinum. And i have over 50 medals and 15 trophies. I have been doing it since I was 4 years old.

  • Ann Onymous March 24, 2020, 12:10 pm

    I can do all of the skills in Xcel Silver except for a roundoff back handspring.Can I still do Silver?I don’t want to be in Bronze because at my gym they are all 5 or 6 and I am more than twice their ages,and I won’t have any fun this way.Could someone please respond before May?

    • KJ June 3, 2020, 8:28 am

      I think there are different ways to meet the requirements other than a roundoff-back handspring, so you could try that. You could also just compete Silver without a full start value on that routine and just do a roundoff. You could also work on your roundoff-back handspring over the summer and maybe be able to compete it by fall, when meet season starts. Talk to your coach and see what they think. (Also, sorry, I know it’s past May.)

  • anika April 29, 2020, 2:41 pm

    I am 10 years old and about a xcel silver. the thing is i could be probaly gold but ive been self taught for a while and never got the time to learn the bar skills for bronze or silver. Does this matter? Or can i just learn it in the xcel silver team classes? I have done recrational gymnastics but the i know i am a WAY higher level. I can do a roundoff backhandspring and a cartweheel on beam but only can do a pullover on bars. So they wont put me on team bacause of this… Please reply if u know….

    • Charli D amelio June 9, 2020, 12:24 pm

      Hi Anika it does in a way matter because in silver you need to be able to reach the high bar so you would need a cast to a squat on to get up or just step up and you need to have more than 1 circling skill such as a back hip circle

  • anika April 29, 2020, 2:45 pm

    you probaly need a backhandsping.. Its very important in silver gymnastics… But in your gym you can have someone have a priavate class with you to learn the backhandsping. All though in the floor rountine it DOES NOT have to have the roundoff backhandsping, but most gyms want you to have a roundoff backhandspring. You can go to your gym and ask them if you could tryout for xcel silver.

  • Charli D amelio June 9, 2020, 12:20 pm

    Hi Im being moved up to Xcel Silver but it seems that i have all the requirements for Xcel gold should i stay in silver for at least a year or should i just go on ahead to Gold.?

  • Bubblegum Queen August 6, 2020, 6:51 pm

    I competed level 3 last year an I have the skills for silver but I only need 2 Skills to do Gold so should I compete gold or silver?

    • Gymnast November 30, 2020, 1:30 am

      If you need two of the good skills you could always just learn them before competition, but it’s a bit late for that and you might have to scratch an event or lower your start value if you do compete gold. I recommend silver if you have all of the right skills because you will score higher with the easier skills and maybe even compete regionals. Silver is also a bit less stressful, and the judges will go easier on you then they would if you were a gold. Still, if you are looking for more of a challenge and think you will have more fun then you should do gold. It really depends on whether or not you want a challenge and what results you want from your competitions. I’m sorry this is a bit late but I hope i helped you with your decision. Whatever level you chose, don’t forget to have fun!

  • Celia August 14, 2020, 3:49 pm

    Would you get a deduction if you do a kip on bars in xcel silver? Just wondering because I was training for JO level 4 when I decided to try out for xcel silver.

    • Gymnast0739 November 15, 2021, 9:02 pm

      Hey so no, you would not get a deduction for a kip in silver. This is more advanced for a silver routine but you can still fo it.

      Minimum bar routine:
      • pullover
      •back hip circle
      • soul circle, jump up, or 3 casts and jump down dismount

  • Mia October 7, 2020, 4:38 pm

    I have question I am an Xcel silver gymnast I’m 10 years old and I want to know if I need grips

    • Elle October 20, 2020, 9:52 pm

      You don’t need them but there is nothing stopping you from wearing them when I was in silver I didn’t see any one where grips but where them off u want 🙂

  • kae October 29, 2020, 11:45 am

    Hi! my 1st pass is a round of tuck and my second pass is a front tuck, can i do my front tuck? Thanks

  • kae October 29, 2020, 11:48 am

    Hey! my 1st pass is a round of tuck and my second pass is a front tuck, can i do my front tuck? Thanks

  • Maddy November 19, 2020, 7:44 am

    Hi, I am in excel silver and was wondering if I would be able to move up to gold. The only skills that I don’t have to move up are a kip and a cartwheel on beam. Do you think I could still go up then learn the skills when I get there.

  • Nini August 7, 2021, 2:27 pm

    Can I do this bar routine?

    Pullover (or kip)
    Double Backhipcircle
    Squat on
    Jump to high bar
    Pullover (or kip)
    Underswing to baby giant
    Pike sole circle

  • Mia August 20, 2021, 8:21 pm

    So I have all my Skills I just don’t have my handstand or cart wheel on beam but I love all my other skills so do you think I will be able to get in to the silver

  • Lalani September 6, 2021, 2:35 pm

    Can I do this in xcel silver
    Cast back hip circle
    Squat on jump to high bar
    2 tap swings half turn

  • brianne McDowell November 16, 2021, 9:21 pm

    Can I have roundoff back handspring for one pass and a front tuck for my second pass?

  • brianne McDowell November 16, 2021, 9:23 pm

    In Xcel Silver on floor can you have a roundoff back handspring as your first pass and Punch Front for your second?


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