Doubletake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start with Toss Hands or Walk in Hands

Flier-On count, remain tight through your body. As you lift up hollow out through your chest, tuck your chin to your left shoulder, and slightly turn to your left. As you start begin to turn, shift you weight to the inside of your right foot and keep your arms at your side.  On the way down you need too place both hands on the base's shoulders, resist and control your weight down (this control will make you lighter on the base and it will stop the transition from crashing down).  Now gently place your let foot on the ground and give a good jump (you may bounce once or twice). When you jump make sure you give a good push off through your shoulders, hollow out through your chest, straighten up, lift your chin up and to the front , and keep your legs at shoulder width.  Stay tight and your base will catch your feet.  Hit your Hi-V for the finish.

Base - On count dip with your legs, lift with your shoulders, and give the flier a good lift. As you begin to raise her keep a hold of the flier's right foot and let go of the fliers left foot. Immediately grab your right hand with your left, by placing your left hand under your right. Slowly begin to dip down by keeping your back straight, head up, and slowly letting down the flier. As the flier jumps off of the ground use your legs and lift with your arms right away. Keep the flier close to you at all times (think that you are flexing your biceps) as you lift her up.  When she is over your shoulders, turn the flier back over her right shoulder, catch her left foot, and squeeze in hands for the finish.