Before you begin the process of adding a Barani to the bag of tricks that you can pull off on the trampoline, you need to make sure that you have learned to perform a front somersault, which is basically a complete revolution of the body while soaring through the air. Considered to be the most basic trick in gymnastics, it can be a bit tricky to learn. If you do not know how to perform it yet, work with your coach to master the basics before moving on to advanced tricks such as a Barani.
After you have mastered the front somersault, start working on your air time. Bouncing right in the middle of the trampoline will allow you to attain a fair amount of height. Bouncing a few times, say five to six, on the trampoline should allow you to achieve a significant amount of air time. Make sure you keep your body in balance while working on the height of your bounce off the trampoline.
As the trampoline throws you upwards, keep your arms out-stretched in the same upward direction. However, gradually close them in on your body as you begin to go into a front somersault.
Just as you begin to revolve your body, start twisting it towards your weaker side. If you are right-handed, twist your body towards the left and vice versa.
Bring your body back into an upright position just as your feet are about to touch the trampoline in order to make a perfect landing.