CP was tumbling at a gymnastics place for a few months because she needed more hands-on coaching to get better at her BHS. It did help her and she made a level 2 half year team. They also let her work on her tuck which I first thought was good because she needed a confidence boost. She loved it and has it on track. Now I'm thinking it wasn't good for her BHS that she's still undercutting sometimes. Her body needs to fully get used to jumping BACK in the BHS before she should start working tucks that you jump UP in? Is this the reason it's not recommended to work tucks before you have a very solid BHS? She really wants to work tucks again but she knows she has to have a great BHS first. She told me she did standing 2 and ROBHS x 3 the other day (at cheer) so it sounds like she's getting better. I'm sure the coaches will tell her when she's ready to move up to level 3 class, I'm just curious what the procedure normally is.