Start with 2 bases, a backspot, and a flier. Have the flier stand facing forward with her feet together and arms in a low-V, the 2 bases will place their inside hand on the flier's lower back and outside hand out on the flier's buttocks, and the backspot will grab the flier's hips.
On count have the flier dip, jump, ride up with her arms up and tuck her knees up as to do a backtuck. The bases and backspot will get under the flier's hips, help lift her, and push up through to help give the flier height and assist in her rotation. (Make sure they don't push forward Or this will place the flier's hips in front of the bases and she will fall) .
For the catch in a prep... the flier needs to maintain control as she tucks around, see her bases then lift up with her chest, remain tight, place her arms down to catch the base's shoulders, and place her legs straight down (have the bases catch, don't try to place your feet in their hands).
The bases will catch the flier's feet as they come around. Make sure they don't catch too earlier before the flier has made her way around, Or the flier will not make it. The backspot will grab for the flier's ankles and help control her down to the bases as they catch the flier's feet. The flier will begin to bend at the knees as she is lowered at a controlled speed to the prep position for the finish.
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