In this stunt the girls are going to perform
a flatback, then they’re going to move into a prep, then from the prep the dismount will
be a walk off. The important thing about a flatback is that the flier’s back is very
straight and flat, and also that when you dismount from the flatback is that the bases
all push very hard to spring her forward. I’d like to point out a couple of things that
are important about this stunt. When the flier comes out of the flatback, you’ll notice that
her foot is still in the lead base’s hand. You’ll also notice that she has to catch her
own weight on the base’s shoulders, and it’s also very important that she double bounces
to get back up to really give herself some momentum. Five six seven eight. One two three
four five six seven eight, one two three four five six seven eight, one two three four five.
Walk down, ready.