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Aerial twisting techniques are preferred by trampoline coaches for their balanced landings. As these techniques are not intuitive, computer simulation has been a relevant tool to explore a variety of techniques. Up to now, twisting somersaults were mainly simulated using arm abduction/adduction only (2D). Our objective was to explore more complex (3D) but still anatomically feasible arm techniques to find innovative and robust twisting techniques. The twist rotation was maximized in a straightdoi:10.3390/app10238363 fatcat:xxnfateg3ne2havg6kgtvgt5i4