work on jumping up more and getting the height before rotating, ideally you should land back where you jumped from, you are traveling backwards a lot. For me it helps to grab my hamstrings when I tuck instead of my knees or shins, to really bring the rotation around You dont need the mats either, you'll have to get mentally comfortable with that concept eventually and you are definitely comfortable enough with rotating... then you just have to do practice them until you develop the muscle memory and the confidence in your own capabilities.
to whoever was asking about what else to try.. sideflips are a great place to start, websters are a really easy to learn front flip variation, and then your normal (punch)front flips, front/back handsprings. There is lots of little fun stuff you can learn along the way and it will all build on top of itself as you progress. take small steps at first and build up, it is difficult to be patient but its much safer.
For the most part, my freerunning/ parkouresque shenanigans have been self taught, but I am very happy to give pointers where I can. This is from a couple summers ago, when i was getting back into tumbling, it starts around :50
Gravity is a harsh mistress.