Handstand: An inverted straight body position in which the head, torso, and legs are held above the hands and arms.
Handstand Forward Roll: Begins with hands touching the cheering surface. Legs must come together at the top of the skill to complete handstand position before a controlled lowering into a forward roll. Skill must be performed parallel to panel judges in Round 2.
Hanging Pyramid: The flyer(s), whose feet are free hanging, is suspended by another flyer.
Heel Stretch: Standing in an upright position, one leg is held to the side and above the head in a straight leg position. In Round 2, the skill must face the judges. A leg is fully extended to a 45-90 degree position to the side. The angle of the leg must be the same for all team members. Arms into a "V" position. Hand-to-foot (to arch, toes, heel or in-step) contact must occur in a held position in Round 2.
Herkie Jump:At the peak of the jump, front leg is extended above or parallel to the cheering surface and extended to a 45-60 degree straddle position. The upper torso facing the judges in Round 2. Back leg is bent (knee to ground or parallel to cheering surface). Arm and hand positions are optional.
Horizontal: The flyer is parallel to the floor.
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