Elevator to flatback pop up

 

  



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Start with an elevator. On count have the bases dip and pop the flier up up and forward. NOTE: make sure the bases don't sweep the flier OR toss too high.

The flier will need to stay tight, clean with her arms to her sides, tuck her chin, and go with the pop. The baskspot and bases will immediately reach high for the flier. Backspot will grab the flier's shoulders, and the bases will focus on the flier's mid/upper back and thighs.

As the bases/backspot reach and absorb the catch, they will need to bring the flier down to eye level and dip with their legs to initiate the toss.

Staying together the bases will toss the flier up by throwing more with their back hand and standing her up. The backspot will toss the flier's shoulders up (and slightly forward), and the flier will stay tight, ride the toss up, lift up with her shoulders, and continue to stay tight as the bases catch her feet.

The bases will finish by catching the flier's feet as her body becomes vertical.


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