Trampolin

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703TRA Z 1 2T Czech winter and summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

Mastery of basic jumps on small and large trampolines.

Mode of study

Regular weekly instruction

Prerequisites and co-requisites

No requirements.

Course contents

Exercising on the trampoline can be not only an independent discipline but a helpful tool for the development of special movement characteristics and for creating movement habits.

During the classes students learn basic jumps, landing positions, and the easy combinations. Difficulty is gradually increased by turns. The group of exercises also includes jumps on a small trampoline.

Large trampoline - jumps into sitting position, laying position, and standing position.

Jumps into laying position with turns, jumps into laying backward with turns.

Somersaults forward and backward.

Combination and jumps in pairs.

Small trampoline - jumps, straight and with turns.

Jumps over an obstacle, jumps sideways.

Flips.

Recommended or required reading

Appelt, Karel. Abeceda cvvičitele VI. část. Základní tělesná výchova, 1971 Barba, Eugenio- Savarese, Nicola. Slovník divadelní antropologie, o skrytém umění herců. Divadelní ústav, 2000

Cihlář, Ondřej. Nový cirkus. Pražská scéna, 2006

Reidinger, Jiří Bilbo. Když bolí úsměv. AMU, 2008

Rémy,Tristan. Klauniády. Orbis, 1968

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit upon attendance.

Further information

Course may be repeated

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans