Hi, I'm Amber Nimedez with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today we're going to talk about some gymnastics routines and warm ups to help with this technique. Gymnastics require a lot of strength and flexibility, power and, and mobility. So, you want to do a warm up that will cater to all of those needs. So, this warm up is going to start on your knees and then, you're going to push up into a downward facing dog. So, let your head drop and feel the stretch in your hamstrings and you're just going to pedal out your feet, bending your right and left, right and left. Warming up those calves, stretching them out and maybe raise up on both set of feet and then down; and then up, down, up, down. And then transfer the weight onto your right foot, raise up on your set of totes and back down; ten times and switch to the other side, warming up that calf, feeling the heat build up in your shoulders. You're going to take your right foot, you're going to raise it up in the air and then you're going to switch legs. So, when you raise it up in the air, you can open up your hip to get the foot a little bit wider and you'll do this about ten times. And then, you raise up the right leg; you're going to lower and lift about ten times, really opening up that hip, feeling the stretch in the legs and you'll switch sides, building up the power in the leg. And then, you're going to kick and switch. So, I'm going to take my right leg and then kick and switch. Kick and switch. And as you get warmed, you can go all the way up into a handstand. Hang out in the downward dog, feel the stretch in the legs and in the shoulders, come on down, press in child's pose. And those are a few gymnastics techniques that will help with strength, flexibility and power. I'm Amber Nimedez with LIVESTRONG.COM.