All Rights Reserved. The two bases, facing each other, hold the feet of the upright flyer at collarbone level, so the flyer is standing about shoulder-width apart. Special Thanks to Kaitlin for sharing these stunts! Performing the motion correctly helps the entire squad appear uniform and sharp during performances. While executing a Torch the base group faces forward holding the foot as a side base would. A skill executed by jumping back from a standing position, placing both hands on the floor and simultaneously snapping both legs down. While some motions are not as popular as they once were, a few motions are still used throughout the entire routine.
Toe Touch During the basket toss, when the flyer is thrown into the air she stays in the "pencil" position.
Quite a view: All rights reserved. Front spot will catch the flyers ankles to prevent falling forward. Mother reveals how she 'ruined' her high-flying city career after getting hooked on MDMA and partying for Flyers are often taught to stand in a stunt on their right foot and pull body positions with their left leg. They should be straight out to either side of you.