Cast position: A position where a bar or the top of the wall is held by the hands at the hips.
Combo: Multiple movements used in a quick sequence.
Corkscrew: an acrobatic movement used in tricking. Best described as a one footed, off kilter backflip with at least one 360° “twist” or rotation
Gather step: A form of blocking, used to convert forward momentum into upward momentum. Most commonly used referring to frontflips or sideflips. Performed by diving into the move with the feet separated.
Inward rotation: Rotation done in the opposite direction of movement (for instance, a frontflip moving backwards or a backflip moving forwards).
Outward rotation: Rotation done in the same direction as the movement (for instance, a backflip moving backwards or a frontflip moving forwards).
Parkour: a training discipline using movement that developed from military obstacle course training. Practitioners, called tracers or traceurs, aim to get from one point to another in a complex environment, without assistive equipment and in the fastest and most efficient way possible.
Pike: A position in which the knees are straight and the hips are bent. Commonly seen during flips.