Dead Man Lift: A flyer is in a horizontal extended position. A double based deadman lift using only side bases requires a spotter at the head and shoulders.
Dismount: Releasing the flyer to a cradle or onto the performing surface. A dismount is the end of a stunt.
Double Hook Jump: Keeping torso straight, bring knees and legs up. At the peak of the jump, the legs are bent at the knee and hip in the same direction and parallel to cheering surface. It is optional to to bend legs to the left or right. Hand/arm position is optional. The jump must be performed facing the judges in Round 2.
Double Nine Jump: At the peak of the jump, one leg and arm of the same side of body are fully extended in front of the body and parallel to the cheering surface. The other leg and arm are bent at the knee/elbow reaching horizontally toward the inside of the knee/elbow of the extended limbs. The bent leg and arm should also be parallel to the cheering surface. In Round 2, the skill may be performed facing or parallel to the judges. When performed parallel to the judges, the bent leg/arm must be the side closest to the judges. The skill ends when the jump has landed.
Drops: Dropping is the action of landing on the performance surface, but appearing to fall onto the performing surface.
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