Walk in hands








Flier –Start by facing your base (straight on).  On count place (do not step hard) with you right foot into the bases hands and at the same time you will place your hands on the base’s shoulders.  Your body position needs to be right over the base, whereas you can see the base’s backside.  In motion, you need to think first push off of the base’s shoulders, and then step up with your right foot.  This will make your stunt lighter.  Remember to push straight down and do not pull the base forward, or he will fall down.  Now ride the lift up by lifting with your shoulders, straighten your legs, and squeezing your abs. DO NOT turn right away, or your stunt will be at belly level. That is why you need to ride.  DO NOT bend your legs or your will fall and/or make your base struggle.  Before you hit the top of your ride, turn your head to the right, touch your chin to your shoulder, and initiate a 45° turn (your base will initiate the other 45°).  As you come around, square your shoulders to the front and squeeze.  Hit a Hi-V for the finish.


Base –Bend down at your hips and make sure your legs are shoulder width apart.  Now place your right hand over your left, and place your forearms on your thighs.  As the flier comes into the stunt, grab for her right foot and bounce your forearms off of your thigh.  This technique will give you more momentum into the stunt.  Try to keep your biceps flexed and DO NOT straighten your arms Or you will struggle on the stunt.  Waite for the flier as she pushes off, then ride the stunt with both hands on her foot.  Before your hit the top, go with the rotation of the flier and spin her the last 45°.  Finish the stunt high and bring her safely to hands for the finish.