with an elevator
Flier-on count ride
the pop up, then bend your knees slightly as you come down. Place your hands on the shoulders of your
bases as you come down, and resist through them to give your squish control.
As your bases come up, push through your arms and shoulders and stand
up. Tighten up and hit your HI-V for
TIP: by putting all of the weight
in your arms and holding yourself, you are in essence making yourself feel
lighter on the bases.
your hands around the flier’s ankles/calves. On count adjust your hands to
the flier’s waist and slowly assist and lower her for the squish. As the flier comes back up, lift up on
her waist 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.
Base(s) – On count dip with your legs
and lift the flier slightly up and off of your chest. As you bring the flier down, keep your
arms bent, bring your pinkies of your hands together, bend down, and resist
her through the stunt. As you come
up, remember to keep your arms flexed at all times, straighten up 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
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 bent, then you
could injure yourself and make the stunt more difficult.