adjustment to a Toss 1 arm Stretch from a Toss Stretch is the grip.
The toss itself should be exactly the same.
- Fliers, just as you did for the Toss Extension, wait for the flick
at the very top of the toss. Remember: DO NOT pull your liberty early.
Once you have flicked, go ahead and pull your stretch position by
lifting your left leg up so that it is straight to your hand. Do not
drop your chest.
- Approach a Toss Liberty just like you would any other toss stunt.
Keep in mind that one should not cut the toss short. Follow all the
way through to the top. Once the Flier has pulled the Liberty
position, spot their foot. It is important that you spot the foot in
order to find the correct grip position. Your arms should be
completely extended at this time. Drive your hand through the middle
and keep it above your nose. Grab the foot with only your right arm
and aim for the middle back of the foot. Squeeze and shrug up hard
through this stunt due to the fact that you only have one hand on it.
NOTE- It is important
that you drive the toss completely to the top.
Fliers, if you pull your Liberty position too soon, it will cause you
to have a shortened flick.
the foot is also a very important key. Bases slow the stunt down in
your mind and watch your hands all the way to the foot. This will
ensure that you have proper grip.