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Advanced Moves

Advanced Inversions

Crescent CrescentClimb the pole to the top and then cross your legs at the ankles and lean back into the Cross Ankle Release. Then arch your back as far as you can and reach both arms over your head to grab the pole. As your back continues to arch your legs, still closed tightly, will begin to slide down the pole until your body is in the shape of a Crescent Moon.

ScorpioInside Leg HangAfter performing a basic inversion, hook your inside leg around the front of the pole and allow your outside leg to hang down and point your toes. Once you feel comfortable you can begin to let go with your hands. One at a time. (aka Scorpio)

GeminiOutside Leg HangAfter performing a basic inversion, hook your outside leg around the front of the pole and allow your inside leg to hang down and point your toes. Once you feel comfortable you can begin to let go with your hands. One at a time. (aka Gemini)

Shoulder MountShoulder Mount Inversion

One Leg Inverted CrucifixOne-Leg Inverted Crucifix

HandspringHandspring

Extended ButterflyExtended Butterfly

Advanced Poses

MarleyMarley

Hands-Free MarleyHands-Free Marley

PencilPencil

 Reverse CrescentReverse Crescent

ApprenticeApprentice

Double Leg HookDouble Leg Hook

Knee HoldKnee Hold

Flat LineFlat Line

PrincessPrincess

Tail SplitTail Split

FlagFlag

SupermanSuperman

Fireman SpinReverse Superman

skaterSkater

Inverted Teddy Inverted Teddy

Inverted Pike Inverted Pike

Bow & ArrowBow & Arrow

Floating BallerinaFloating Ballerina

Advanced Climb

Caterpillar ClimbCaterpillar ClimbBegin with a basic inversion and then release your arms so that you are in an inverted crucifix. Then place your arms on the pole in either a split grip or an elbow grip. Lift your body up the pole with your arms first and then slide your legs up higher in order to climb up the pole in reverse.

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