(made before comments, advice will be implemented in next update. However, I do think this is an improvement)
I'll try give you some in-depth criticism on this one as well so you can also work on them for you next one and hopefully you can make your way toward high beginner etc.
Okay, momentum seems to be your main issue here. Your stick goes from running, then slows down when he bends down for the handspring/round-off and then quickly speeds up as he performs the handspring. The same happens when you transitioned from the handspring to the flip, your stick slows down before speeding off into the flip. This isn't the right way to go about animating acrobatics, and is one of the areas where easing isn't always used between each movement because your stick is carrying momentum and is constantly moving forward at a fair speed which is what allows him to perform the flips.
Heres an example for you:
The stick that gets flipped over could also use some work with the arms and legs in particular, they shake a lot due to some inconsistencies in spacing, try edit that out in future until it looks smooth. You kind of animated it jerking and twitching all over the place.
The run poses could use a little work also, the arms should probably be more bent and the back leg should snap up just a little more. The origin spacing should also remain constant after he has been eased into the run, make sure you don't ease between each step/stride of the run - again, this comes back to the stick carrying momentum.
Try add a more frames to your flips (like 1 or 2 more or maybe 3, test around and see what looks best), they occur a bit to fast and need to fleshed out a bit more - doing this will give you a smoother result and your flip will be more defined, if you space it correctly of course.
The landing has some balance issues, if you take a look at the end pose, you will notice he is in an unbalanced position, as his centre of gravity is behind legs. Try replicate that pose in real life and see what I mean.
Overall it looks decent, and I do like your handspring/round-off and flipping poses, as well as the way you made him flip off his head. I'd say solid medium beginner. Work on these things and you will be golden, you seem to have nice ideas for animation, somewhat smooth movements with some okay poses. I'd love to see more from you, happy animating!