The Four Parts of a Kickout
Kicking out of a back or reverse dive or somersault involves four distinct parts that must occur in a particular order.
Sitting Line-Up in Pike from 3-Meter
Step by step instructions for a sitting forward line-up in pike from the 3-meter springboard.
Forward Dive Pike - Step by Step Instructions
Step by step instructions on how to properly execute a forward dive in the pike position from either a one- or three-meter springboard.
Back Dive in the Tuck Position - Step by Step Instructions
Step by step instructions on how to execute a back dive in the tuck position from a one-meter springboard with proper springboard diving technique.
Standing Forward Dive in the Pike Position
The forward dive pike from a standing start is a fundamental drill that all divers should practice whether they are a beginner or seasoned veteran.
Forward Line-Up From the 3-meter Springboard
The forward line-up is one of the most important diving exercises that a diver can master - it can lead to the classic rip entry.
Forward Line Up From the 1-meter Springboard
The forward line-up in diving from a 1-meter springboard is a great way to introduce the proper techniques used in diving to enter the water without going over or short of vertical and at the same time producing little or no splash.
Back Tuck Kick-Out Drill in Diving
A backward somersault kick-out is an important fundamental element in springboard and platform diving. Use this dryland diving drill to help make this diving element become second nature.
Hop Drill in Springboard Diving
Using a hop drill in springboard diving is one method to improve the armswing and timing of a forward approach and hurdle.
How To Grab A Flathand
Step by step instructions on how to grab a flathand, one of the most important parts of the classic "rip entry."