My daughter is working on her BHS on beam and she is able to do it well if she swings her arms. However, one of the coaches is now insisting that she learns it without leaning her chest forward and with zero arm swing (arms stay locked at the earns like a BWO). Is this an unusual approach? It just seems odd to me b/c every top gymnast I watch videos on (Liukin, Johnson, Biles, Douglas etc.) bends the chest forward and has a big arm swing when initiating the first BHS of the series. I suspect this no swing approach makes it easier to connect a second skill later (BWO BHS etc.), but I would think it is much easier to perform a second skill w/o an arm swing when the gymnast already has linear and angular momentum coming out of the first skill. This is just starting to frustrate my DD b/c she feels like she can already do the skill but now needs to relearn it. Thanks for any insights!