Flier - Start facing forward and grab a
thumb to thumb grip with your bases on both of your side. Determine
before you jump which way you are going to split (in the picture it is
left). On count dip and give a good jump off of the ground,
while at the same time you will push through your shoulders to get up
and over your bases. As you come off of the ground, begin
separating your legs (keeping them straight and toes pointed),
slightly turn your hips in the direction your are splitting, keep your
chest and chin up as your ride the pop. Continue pushing through
your shoulders, keep your legs locked, toes pointed, and hips slightly
turned as your bases grab your legs for the finish.
Backspot - grab the flier's
waist. On count assist the flier as she jumps off of the ground.
Control and lift her as much as you can so that the bases have enough
time to grab the flier's leg. After the bases have caught the
fliers legs, keep a hold of the flier's waist and squeeze for the
Base(s) - Start by facing one
another, grab a thumb to thumb grip with the flier with your outside
hands, and place your inside hand underneath the flier's armpit with
your thumb on the chest side of the flier. On count slightly
keep your outside arm bent and wait for the flier's jump. As the flier
jumps, give a good pop by straightening out your outside arm (while
still resisting the flier), and using your inside arm to pop the flier
through her armpit. Immediately after the flier is popped up,
let go of her armpit (keep a hold of your outside arm) and grab for
the flier's leg (In this situation the right base will grab the calf
of the flier and the left base will grab the flier's shin.
Squeeze the flier's legs and hands for the finish.