Eagle Sit

 

  


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(NOTE: There are many ways to get up and transition up into this, but will will explain the easiest way.)

Start with an elevator (2 bases, flier, and spot). Have the bases adjust so they have their front hand under the flier's foot and the bases' back hand will grab the flier's ankle (rotate you hand upside down so the bases thumb is facing down). On count the bases will dip, give the flier a little pop, and step back with their front foot. The flier will ride up, stay tight, and bring her legs straight to the side like an eagle jump. The backspot will guide/support the flier, then get underneath and grab the flier on her inners thighs.

Make sure the flier resists with her inner thighs, stays tight, and keeps her chest/head up as she is being held. This will help her stay up. Now have the flier hit a Hi-V for the finish.

NOTE: At the High School level, you need an extra spot behind for safety reasons.

NOTE: You can transition back to an elevator, or even twist back up into something more difficult for an added effect.
 

 

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