Full-up hands should turn to the right direction.
- Approach your Flier as you would for a normal Toss. You should
initiate the twist about half way up the Toss. The Flier should
already be twisting before the release. At the Flick, push your left
thumb forward and pull your right index finger backward to help finish
the twist. Leave your right hand open, palm up and your fingers facing
- During the Toss, help initiate the Full by looking over your right
shoulder. At the Flick, push your right hand in front of you and push
your left hand behind you while looking to the right.
- Once you have released, and the Flier is facing backwards in the
Full, begin to reach for the Flier's right foot. Remember, since the
Flier is backwards you will have to grab a backwards grip. Your left
hand should be turned around and reaching for the toe and your right
hand should be pointing forward and reaching for the heel. After you
have grabbed the foot, continue to let your hand rotate with the foot
until the Flier is facing forward.
- Keep your feet together, almost in a Cupie position, until you have
rotated all the way around. Once you are facing forward and the
twisting motion has stopped, and then hit your stretch. It is
important that the Flier stays in the tube during the Full. Bases
donít jerk the Toss to much as it might push them out of the tube.
Also, Bases, you have to spot that foot before the Flier has completed
the 360o twist.