A front handspring (sometimes abbreviated to fhs) is a layout frontflip in which the hands push off the floor while the body is upside down for extra power.
With enough practice it can be used to give extra power to forward-moving tricks, such as in gymnastics where gymnasts may perform a front handspring to double frontflip. However, they cannot be linked together as easily as back handsprings.
- Front handspring 360 - A full twist is performed as the performer is upside down. First done outside by Levi Meeuwenberg over a wall 
- Front handspring catleap - A front handspring landed in a cat position on a wall
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