Moves

 MARCH MOVES DRAW:

Grip, Flip, Grip :

A grip is taken on the other’s same arm (right-to-right or left-to-left). Grip is released. Each performer does a front flip or back flip (ideally simultaneously) followed by a repeat of the original grip.

Grip, 360, Grip :

Grip is taken on the other’s same arm (right-to-right or left-to-left). Grip is released. Each performer then performs a 360 degree turn relative to the other performer followed by a repeat of the original grip.

Repeat Hand-to-Foot :

Performer A has a single-handed grip on the other’s opposite foot (right-to-left or left-to- right). Grip is released. Then Performer B has a single handed grip on the others opposite foot (right-to-left or left-to-right).

POOL MOVES:

Each month, the draw will consist of a random selection of 3 of the following 8 moves.

The pool of moves is listed here below to give you an idea of what you can expect to find in future months draws.

 

1) Star: Performers have a grip on each of the other’s opposite arms (right-to-left and left-to-right).

 

2) Grip, 360, Grip: Grip is taken on the other performer’s same arm (right-to-right or left-to-left). Grip is released. Each performer then performs a 360 degree turn relative to the other performer followed by a repeat of the original grip.

 

3) Double Feet-to-Knee: Facing each other, Performer A docks feet on Performer B’s upper legs or knees (right-to-left and left-to-right).

 

4) Grip, Flip, Grip: A grip is taken on the other performer’s same arm (right-to-right or left-to-left). Grip is released. Each performer does a front flip or back flip (ideally simultaneously) followed by a repeat of the original grip.

 

5) Repeat Hand-to-Foot: Performer A has a single-handed grip on Performer B’s opposite foot (right-to-left or left-to- right).  Grip is released. Then Performer B has a single handed grip on Performer A’s opposite foot (right-to-left or left-to-right).

 

6) Grip Over/Under Grip: A grip is taken on the other performer’s same arm (right-to-right or left-to-left).  Grip is released. Performer A’s body goes over Performer B’s body, while Performer B’s body goes under Performer A’s body. Both performers perform a 180 degree turn in the process to face each other, followed by a repeat of the original grip.

 

7) Hands-to-Feet: Performer A has a double-handed grip on each of Performer B’s opposite feet (right-to-left and left-to-right).

 

8) Grip, Carve, Grip: A grip is taken on the other performer’s same arm (right-to-right or left-to-left). The grip is released. Performer A maintains heading while Performer B does a 360 degree carve around Performer A followed by a repeat of the original grip.