On our basket list is to be able to do a laying back tuck, i have taken cheerleading lessons as a child and gave it up when I went to college, and now as a 25 year outdated female, I am trying to get back in the game. It has been strenuous getting our flexibility, strength and balance back, and first, I am out of shapeâ€¦ Second, due to this I am afraid to try a lot of things tumbling related. I have tried working out on our own. I do stretching, balance training and have begun weightlifting. I also have been practicing tuck jumps in preparation to achieve our goal. I think I need to take this a step further. I have looked at fitness centers in our town and found a personal training a single. I am thinking about taking a group fitness class a few afternoons a month to get back in shape. I need to tone, build muscle and get adaptable again, and once I am back in shape, I then can have confidence to try our tumbling out. I will start slow with doing mainly handstands, bridge and splits. Then I can move into back handSpringtimes, walkovers and maybe move into tucks again, and but, that is a long ways away. I noticed that the gym does want the buyers to list their goals. I wonder if I say I want to be able to tumble again and achieve a laying tuck, what they would do. I bet they would work on our butt, leg and ab muscles to assist with this dream. It particularly would not hurt telling the personal trainer what the end goal is.