A back hip circle is begun in a front support (see above description) and then swinging the legs to the front and then over the head, and again landing in a front support.
With your hands hip width apart on the bar, you pull your chest up to the bar and kick your feet over the bar and land in a front support (hands on bar with arms straight beside body and hips resting on the bar).
A back tuck is a basic, no-handed back flip. Started in a standing position, the arms swing straight up as you jump and rotate backwards, with the knees to the chest, landing again on the feet.
A round-off back handspring is a combination of a round-off with a running start and "hurdle" (similar to a quick "skip")--which supplies more power--followed by a back handspring immediately after. There is no pause in between. This skill requires a lot of power and speed.
A back handspring is begun standing, normally with the arms stretching our in front. You then swing your arms and jump back onto your hands, pull your legs over and landing on your feet again. This skill is to be done FAST!