Front walkover flip cradle

 

  


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Start with a flier facing forward, 2 bases, and a backspot. The bases and backspot will face toward the flier with their hands in front.

Have the flier initiate the front walkover by placing her hands in front of the bases feet. The flier's right base will grab the flier' right thigh and mid-back, the left base will grab the flier's upper shoulers and mid-back, and the backspot will reach for the flier's left thigh and lower back. The flier will bring her legs together, push off of the ground, pull her head up with her abs, and stay tight and the bases/backspot throw her up.

The bases/backspot will throw the flier's upper shoulders up to initiate the flip and keep her momentum going. At the same time, the left base will become the flier's backspot and the backspot will become the left base.

For the flip the flier will continue to use her abs to lift her upper body to a tucking positions and tuck her legs as she uses the momentum from the throw. The flier will keep the tuck until right before she comes around to the cradle position. Here she will open up her tuck, reach out with her arms, kick her legs out, pike, and catch the bases for the cradle and finish


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