Back arch hitch pyramid

 

  



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Start with 5 elevators. Have 1 middle in the middle and have 2 on each side facing inward towards the middle elevator.

Now have the fliers in the elevators closest to the middle elevator (we'll call them the flier elevators) lift their hands over their heads with their palms up and arms bent in order to give them to the elevator flier behind them (we'll call them the post elevators). The flier in the post elevator will help place the fliers hands on their own shoulders, and place their own hands on the back of the top flier's shoulders. The flier will adjust and try to place their hand on the top of the post flier's shoudlers even if they have to arch back just a little. The top fliers will also lift their back leg straight to the middle elevator's flier who is in front of them.

On count all elevators dip and extend. The middle elevator and outside (post elevators) will go to extension. The top flier elevators will extend to liberty (fountion/waterfall) stunts. The top fliers will arch their backs by thinking about lifting up with their hips and support themselves through the post shoulders. The middle elevator will support each top flier's foot to make sure it's up slightly (not too much) and straight for the finish.

(NOTE: to keep this legal for most high schools, make sure the flier's head is up)
 

 

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