with your hands on both of the bases’ shoulders. On count jump into
the hands of the bases’. This is done by pushing and holding all of
your weight into the bases’ shoulders, lifting your legs up to your
chest, and keeping your head focused on the bases’ hands where you
plan to place your feet. As the bases dip hold your weight in your
arms still and keep your knees up. You should not lose position and
do NOT stand up. As the bases begin to stand up, give a good push
first with your arms then stand up by lifting your head and chest.
Make sure you straighten your legs right away and hit a Hi-V for the
by putting all of the weight in your arms and holding yourself, you
are in essence making yourself feel lighter on the bases.
with your hands around the flier’s waist. On count assist and lift her
into the hands of the bases. Make sure you are lifting up on her waist
at all times. Follow her with the bases, and give a flick (lift) as
the stunt goes up. Now work your way up and reach as high as you can
on the flier’s legs. Squeeze and brace for the finish.
– Both start facing into one another with your legs bent shoulder
width and your backs straight. Put you hands together, then open them
up like a book to get the correct placement. As the flier jumps in,
follow her feet and bring them to the correct positioning. Your hand
closer to her will be on her heel and the hand away will be on the
balls of her foot. Remembering to keep your arms flexed at all times,
dip down with your legs and begin to stand up. As you stand use this
momentum by your legs to bring your hands to shoulder height. At all
times you need to squeeze the flier’s foot.
TIP: Always watch the other base for
timing issues. Look out of the corner of your eye so that you still
maintain visual contact with the flier.
TIP: If your back
is bend, then you could injure yourself and make the stunt more