Trampolining Terms

Trampolining terms are used to describe various positions and types of skill performed in the sport of trampolining. The sport also has a number of terms which are related to competitions. A number of these terms are unique to trampolining, others are shared with related sports such as gymnastics or diving. Most of these terms are fully described, and sourced from, specialist trampolining websites.

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Trampolining Terms - Competition Terms
... Voluntary or Optional Routine (Vol) – A routine comprising skills chosen by the athlete or coach to reflect their best performance ... Usually the routine must have a minimum (and sometimes at lower skill levels, a maximum) degree of difficulty ...

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