I have a gymnast, teenage level 7, not the fastest but strong enough, good form and technique. She tumbles well on the trak, average on the floor. FHSFT on the trak is huge, she responds well to the slower bounce of the trak. On the floor she can FHS rebound tight and tall and moving forward about 2+ ft. off the floor. FHSFT on the floor is all over the place, over rotates, stands it up, deep squat, on her butt, but can usually stand up several at any given practice or warm-up. As soon as her floor music comes on she forgets the timing of the skill and tries to tuck before finishing the FHS. At first she was just rushing it but recently she literally looked like she was tucking BEFORE she even landed the FHS, barely missing her head and back and managed to flip to her butt somehow. She is very frustrated. Any suggestions for drills to help this type of situation would be appreciated.