- Oct 31, 2016
It took my 6-year-old L2 daughter quite a while to get around the bar on the mill circle, instead of falling back. Finally, about 6 weeks ago, she was finally getting around fairly consistently with no spot. Now, a week before her very first competition, she is going too far and falling forward 99% of the time. What could be causing this? What might she need to do to prevent herself from going too far and falling forward? She can't get up from it, and her coach needs to pull her up after this happens. What is the deduction for this? Is it the same as if she never made it around the bar at all? Or getting around with a spot?