The forward roll is one of the most basic elements in gymnastics. The forward roll is started from a standing position and then the gymnast then crouches down, places their hands shoulder width apart and hands facing forward. They tuck their chin to their chest and place the back of their head onto the floor. They then push off of the floor with their legs and rotate over their head onto their back. The gymnast then presses their feet onto the floor and whips the arms forwards to stand up. The forward roll is part of the level 1 floor routine.

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