. Stunts are defined as building performances displaying a person skill or dexterity. Stunting in cheerleading has been previously referred to as building pyramids. Stunts range from basic two legged stunts to one legged extended stunts and high flying basket tosses. There are numerous variations of each stunt, multiple entries and dismounts out of the stunt. Stunts vary at each level (level 1 6 according to the USASF). Each level increases the dif
. This is the person that is in the air during a stunt. The flyer can also be referred to as the top.The flyer must control their own weight by keeping their abdominal muscles tight to stabilize the spinal column while in the air. In addition, they need to use their shoulders and their upper bodies to pull their weight off their bases underneath them. They also need to lock out their legs. If they do not stay tight, there is a greater risk of them
Bases and spotters
. Bases are the athletes that hold the flyer or top in the air during the stunt. They are responsible for keeping their flyer in the air, as well as making sure she is safe at all times. Bases are very strong and are usually assigned together based on height to create level platform for the flyer to perform an action. There are few recognized styles of stunting coed, all girl, and hybrid. There are no gender requirements for a base, both males and
. This base has the majority of the flyer foot and the majority of her weight. The main base will be almost directly under the stunt until it is cradled or brought down. In a one leg extension stunt, the main base will lift the toe and heel of the foot to increase stability from moving forwards or backwards. With single base extensions the main base with grip onto the heel of the flyers foot having a nice and stable transition. The main base is the
. The term second base only applies when doing a one legged stunt, this position can also be considered a side base. The secondary bases help lift the flyer up into the air and support the flyer foot. The hand position for the side base can vary depending on preference. The more common placement, which is also more reliable and sturdy, is to have one hand under the middle of the foot and the other hand pushing up on the wrist of the main base to
. The back spot is also called a third . This is the person actively stabilizing the stunt from the back. They help to position the flyer in the bases hands upon entry. They support most of the weight of the flyer. They do so by using their hands to support the flyer buttocks and ankles, and then push her up into the air. Once in the air, they will hold the flyer ankles with both hands, pulling the ankles up to loosen the weight of the flyer for
. This is the person standing in front of the stunt facing the back base preventing the flyer from falling forward. The front spot often provides extra support to wrists of the bases in higher stunts such as extensions. The front spot has somewhat of the job of the back spot. Though the front spot is there, a flyer should never fall forward, rather backwards. There is not always a front spot in a stunt, and many squads only use front spots for bask
Additional hands off spotter
. This person does not actually touch the stunt unless something goes wrong. The free standing spot can stand behind, in front, or beside the stunt. Eyes stay on the stunt at all times even though the stunt is not touched unless the flyer is falling. If spotter must touch a stunt, points are deducted.
Prep or Extension Prep
. A stunt in which the flyer stands on two bases hands and is risen up to chin length height. The flyer may put her arms up. The prep is also called an elevator double base mini or half in some regions. verification needed To enter into this skill, the bases should dip together. The most common way that this is done is with the back spot to count, One, two, down, up. The bases dip together on the down count and push through the legs a
Cupie or Platform
. The Cupie is almost identical to the full extension except that the flyer feet are together, in one hand of a single base or with one foot each in the hands of two bases. In a partner stunt the difference between a cupie and an awesome has to do with what the male is doing with his free hand. If the free hand is on the hip then it is a cupie, if the free hand is in a high V then it is an awesome.
. In an Extension, also known as a full , the flyer stands with each foot in the hands of a base while her arms are in an extended overhead position. The back can either hold the ankles of the flyer, or support the wrists of the bases depending on state rules. In a single based stunt, the base will hold both of the flyer feet above his or her head, with their arms locked.
. In a shoulder stand, somebody stands on another person shoulders. The base grabs their calves or ankles. To get out of this stunt, the base must pop the flyer forward catching them by their hips and slowly lowering the top to the floor.
. The basis for the stunt is for the base to lift the flyer onto their palm, which they then extend upwards into a Liberty position. To enter into this stunt, the base must use proper toss technique which is popping the flyer in the air follow through leaving the right arm extended while dropping your left arm to your chest. The top person s hips should be a couple of inches above your extended arms at the end of your toss. If the top s hips are a
Toe touch basket
. The flyer is thrown from an extension where she fully extends her arms by her ears, using her shoulders to set up. Then, at the peak of the toss, the flyer will bring both of her legs to her chest. Her legs are straddled and straight, parallel to the ground, with her toes pointed her hands are in fists or blades and arms in a T motion. After executing this pose in the basket, the flyer will squeeze her legs together to land in a cradle position.
. This is a good basic stunt to start off on since it is delivered at low speeds and leaves you with both wheels on the ground. It looks ultra cool though! Start at a speed not more than 10 km/h, stand up on the pegs off the seat and pull in the clutch, rolling free. Shift your body weight to the front with a light grip on the front brakes and build the revs up. With a light pressure on the front brakes, slowly release the clutch to get the rear wh
. The bread and butter stunt for any real stunter is actually not as hard as it looks, especially if you take it easy. Most Indian bikes do not have enough power to get the front up on throttle alone, so you ll have to use the clutch. Start with being comfy on the bike, build up a rolling speed of about 5 km/h, dab the front brake and push down on the handlebar to get the forks compressed. Keep your right foot poised on the rear brake. Once you re
Insane Urban Biking Stunts
. How long has it been since you have watched something that gave you an adrenaline rush. Long is it. Wait no more as herein would make your heart skip a beat.This shows the footage of one of the scariest, insane and crazy biking stunt that a man undertook while taking his trial bike out for a spin in his hometown. What is the most interesting part of thestunt is that the wheels of the bike rarely touch the road. They are either atop a railing edge
Daredevil Bike Stunt
. Have you got what it takes to become a dynamic Daredevil. I dare you to survive this extreme motorbike stunt game! Experience all the joys of being a daredevil, but without the hassle of broken bones. Jump over various barrels and perform action stunts and impressive tricks in this fun and challenging game. You control the motorcycle through a series of daredevil jumps. By executing tricks during the approach and jump stages you earn extra points
Blog bike stunt
. One of the most frequently used practical stunts is stage combat. Although contact is normally avoided, many elements of stage combat, such as sword fighting, martial arts, and acrobatics required contact between performers in order to facilitate the creation of a particular effect, such as noise or physical interaction.
Giant mango theft is PR stuns
. A giant ten metre high mango model owned by the tourist board of Australian town Bowen has disappeared in what appears to be a publicity stunt.The story goes that tourist attraction, built in 2002 to promote Bowens status as a mango growing district, was discovered missing on Monday morning and that CCTV footage showed a suspicious looking truck arriving at the site. However, the speed and effectiveness of the publicity campaign to retrieve the m
. Now it basically impossible to create an argument as to whether or not this is the finest compilation of street bike tricks, but I will say it is the most inventive I have seen I have yet to find another video where guys rode on the arches of a suspension bridge. Insanity.I did love to give credit where credit is due, but stunt riding like this is often unsanctioned and therefore less than legal, so it is not surprising that details about stree
Evel Knievel Jumps the Fountains at Caesar Palace
. Things have come a long way since Evel Knievel s heyday, but that does not mean his career was any less spellbinding. Sure, guys have jumped much further since he did, but Evel was the one who made it cool. The sheer fact that he did his stunts on a Harley Davidson which was clearly not designed for launching over dozens of cars (as the sheer lack of suspension travel indicated) meant that, for Evel Knievel, there was never going to be a pleasant
. When the rider is grabbing the front fender while standing on the rear sets and front fork peg during a burnout.When you are approaching the jump, be sure to gain the majority of your speed on the face of the jump itself. Many entry level riders tend to approach the jump at high speed and blurp the throttle over the face. This will keep your bike strait and level, but for a fender grab (or any trick where your bike will need to pitch upwards) you
. Skitching abbreviated from ski hitching or skate hitching , pron is the act of hitching a ride by holding onto a motor vehicle while riding on a skateboard or roller skates. It is also sometimes referred to as bumper hitching, bumpershining, poggying, or bizzing, bumper jumping, and hooky bobbing,the latter three referring primarily to the equivalent done on icy or snowy streets without a skateboard or roller skates, but skitching does not includ
The Cossack Drag or Death Drag
. Horse riding stunts have been performed in many films, as well as in equestrian events such as Equitana and the official opening of the Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre.Horse riding stunts were also performed on the musical theatre production of The Man from Snowy River Arena Spectacular .The trick riders for the show included Deborah Brennan and Zelie Bullen(who has also taken part in other horse shows such as Equitana).
. Aerobatics is the practice of flying maneuvers involving aircraft attitudes that are not used in normal flight. Aerobatics are performed in airplanes and gliders for training, recreation, entertainment, and sport. Additionally, some helicopters, such as the MBB Bo 105, are capable of limited aerobatic maneuvers. The term is sometimes referred to as acrobatics, especially when translated. citation needed.Most aerobatic maneuvers involve rotation o
. Water Stunt are det nye hold for dig som vil bruge vand pa alle mulige fede mader! Vi skal prove ting som du normalt ikke far lov at lave i en svommehal.DU skal vaere med til at finde pa aktiviteterne. Vi skal springe fra vipper, dykke, svaeve, lobe, svomme, have det kanon sjovt! Traenerne vil vaere tossede hoveder fra klubben, som er med pa alt farligt og sjovt. De har provet mange forskellige ting og vil sorge for at sikkerheden er i orden. Fo