Full in back out

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A full in back out is a move originating from gymnastics that consists of a backflip 360 followed immediately by a backtuck all in the same jump.

[edit] History

The movement comes from gymnastics, where it is often done at the end of a tumbling pass on plyo and even on grass[1][2].

On August 9th 2008, at the annual 3RUN Family Jam, Alex Watts attempted a Full In Back Out from standing onto sand at Festival Pier from the 8th step (a height of around 8 feet). Although he made both flips cleanly, he slightly under-rotated and landed on all fours[3].

[edit] Notes

  1. "Robbie Gregory-Full in, back out", Youtube.
  2. "Stephen Friend Crazy tumbling on ground", Youtube.
  3. Alex Watts attempting a full in back out (3:36), Youtube.