Start with an
grab a thumb to thumb grip with the post in front of you. Stay
as tight as possible. On count wait for the dip of your bases.
As they come up do not jump, but gently begin putting weight into the
post in front of you by using the muscles in your shoulders. To
continue the leapfrog lift your knees up to your chest, slightly lean
forward, and keep your chest up (but slightly forward) on your way up
and over . As you come over bring your legs down a little, keep your
legs at shoulder width, and do not try to place your feet. The
bases will grab then when you come over. As the bases grab your
feet still resist through the post who is now behind you. As you bases
come up to an elevator position shrug through your shoulders, lift up
with your chest, hollow out through your stomach, lift your chin
up, and finish with a Hi-V.
Grab a thumb to thumb grip with the flier in back of you, bend down
with your left leg behind you, and keep your elbows bent. As she
is thrown over, step slightly back, straighten your arms, and resist
the flier as she is thrown over you. Follow her over and assist her to
your front. When the base catch the feet, continue to assist the
flier and help her up in to the elevator. When the flier lets
go, grab her ankles an squeeze for the finish.
- On count dip with your legs and watch one another for timing issues.
Give the flier a little toss up and follow her as you both make your
way around to the front. Make sure your arms are up at all times.
Now reach high for the corresponding flier's feet and absorb the
momentum as she comes down. Now watch each other, stand up, and bring
the flier's feet to your shoulders and end in an elevator grip.