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This is begun by pushing the feet and hips forwards.
But in addition to this, a 180 degrees turn is initiated on take-off by rotating the shoulders so as to land in front-drop. This is lifted UP into the move so as not to land chest heavy.
When landing on the front the head is kept up looking at the blue mat in front so as to not land on the face.
Then back up to feet as if from a normal front-drop. In this video however, there wasn’t enough lift coming out of the front landing so the knees had to slightly bend to get back up to the feet. Ideally they would have remained straight throughout.
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