monopoly00 wrote:Are there any drills that can help show me how to get inverted. Whenever I vault it looks like I am sitting in a rocking chair in mid-air.
There are many ways you can practice inverting, since I have no coach I do alot of bar work. Levers, pull overs and c swings are good. Also if you have a delta bar ( pull up bar with no middle), it is really easy to invert.
Lever - Hang from the bar with regular grip, swing both of your legs up to the bar at the same time while pushing with your arms. While doing this drop your shoulders and you should be inverted straight, when straight pull up a little.
Pull over - Just like a lever but you shoot your legs over the horizontal plain of the bar and try to pull up with the bar hitting you chest. The higher the bar hits your chest the better your pull.
You can also hang and swing your feet up to the bar, bar work is great for inverting, it builds up your back and helps with muscle memory.