- wait for the flick at the very top of the toss and keep your feet
together. Try to balance your weight on the inside of your right
foot. Now stay tight as your base turns to the side. Once you are
facing 45° to your right. Then you want pull your scale. Grabbing
your left shin with your left hand from behind does this. Then you
want to pull up you left leg and hit a half of a Hi-V with your right
arm. This will give you a symmetric V effect.
- Approach a Toss Scale 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. Make sure you spot for the flier’s right 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. Grab
the foot and squeeze, shrugging all the way through to the top.
45° to your right. Squeeze hard for the finish as the flier pulls her
stabilize this and other stunts by squeezing through your hands, not
adjusting through your shoulders. This will make the flier more
comfortable and the stunt look stabilized.