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Here the feet are pushed backwards and shoulders are lifted almost like going into a front-drop. You can see on the video that the eyes actually look at the bed on take-off as if ‘looking for the front landing’.
Whilst the feet are pushed back and shoulders are lifted, a 180 degrees turn is done in order to land on the back.
During the fall onto the back the hips start to bend (keeping legs straight) just as in a normal back-drop.
It is ensured that this move is lifted UP into rather than diving forwards so as to land comfortably.
The photo in the video illustrates well the ‘lifting up into’ the move as well as the arrows showing the direction of the feet and the twist.
And back up to feet as if from a normal back-drop.
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