Back extention to hand to hand

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T assumes a supine position on the already supine B, with partners grasping hands (picture 1). The exact position must be determined by individual experiment, but once established must be carefully noted. B has legs separated to give T a stable starting base. T then pikes and rolls backward rapidly (picture 2) as described in the back extension to the head balance and the hand balance. As T snaps into the hand balance, B must have the elbows firmly planted in the low low position to give T a solid foundation to push against (picture 3). B then immediately presses T into the low position (picture 4). The entire sequence must be performed in a continuous motion in order to develop sufficient momentum to put T at arms length without intermediate hesitations.

The starting position may also be entered by T standing at B’s head, grasping hands as if preparing to press into a balance, but then , as B lowers the arms, ducking and rolling over slowly until supine (picture 1).

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Back extention to hand to hand
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Balancing & Sport Acrobatics, Stan Buchholtz, 1978