Belly Mount

 

  


credit: Illinois State
created by Chris Owens

 

 

 

Start with a main base facing to his right, a flier (mid-layer) facing right with her right foot on the main base's right shoulder, a base behind the flier, an elevator to the right of them, and a couple in hands(or elevator) behind them. The main base will support the mid-layer flier's right calf with his right hand, and support the flier's right toe with his left hand.

On count the mid-layer flier will step on the main base's right shoulder, ride up, and flick off the wrists of the back base behind her. The back bases will guide the mid-layer flier up at the waist, then adjust his hands on the mid-layer flier's mid-back. The main base will pause for a second so the mid-layer flier can ride up, then he will stand up and grab the flier's left leg as the mid-layer flier places it on the other shoulder.

The couple in hands (or elevator) behind needs to hitch the top flier's right foot on the stomach of the mid-layer flier, and connect arms with the flier to her right in an elevator. ON count the bases will dip, pop, and guide the flier up. The top flier will step and lock her leg, then pull her liberty position for the finish.

NOTE: You can have the top flier pull a stretch or bow n arrow for an added effect.
 

 

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