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sea-saw jumping (Tiaoban) is a popular sport of Korean woman.
Sea-saw jumping is a traditional healthy sport and has long been a favorite of the Korean woman. The sport is usually held at festivals and public holidays.
This sport requires skill, courage and perfect timing.
Whilst novices perform jumps, remaining in the upright position while in the air. Experts will perform spins and back flips and other feats of dexterity and daring.
See-saw jumping is performed on a springboard pivoted in the middle, of aproxamatly 6 meters in length, 40 centimeters in width by 5 centimeters thick, and made from a tough springy wood (normally Manchurian Ash Wood).
two people standing one on each end, jump up in turn, In the following repeated jumping process, the participants jump up as hard as they can, trying to reach higher and higher, whilst doing some daring and skillfull movements at the same time.
Level of Demand
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