Hello! I was a gymnast for a few years (I still love the sport and admire people like Simone and Aly) but now I am doing cheerleading since the gymnastics team at my school was very competitive. However after I quit gymnastics I took a whole year off for a break. I didn’t do any sport that required flipping. I recently decided I wanted to do cheerleading because I was interested in it for awhile. When I tried out I made the team! However my fear of flipping is relevant now. I can still do my Roundoff Back Handspring Back Tuck, but not as easily anymore. Every time I attempt to do it I get scared, and even if I complete it, I’m thankful it’s over. I used to do the skill with ease (before my break from gymnastics), but after the break I took, now I am hesitant to do it and worry I’ll fall on my head or something crazy will happen. How do gymnasts get over the fear of flipping after they took a break? (Also, I’ve never landed on my head before, I just have the fear of something MAYBE going wrong). Any advice is appreciated!