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This body position requires the flyer to keep their legs together tight enough for the bases to move the flyer as a single “unit.” Many times when moving into an extended platform, bases will begin to move the flyer’s feet apart. It’s extremely important for the flyer to keep this from happening. By learning to lift through the toes, keeping the legs locked out, and squeezing the ankles together, a flyer will never have any issue executing this skill. Typically, the flyer’s arms will be in a High-V motion, or will have a choreographed motion.

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