Around The Back

in Aerials, by eiki

Around The Back

Patrick and Natasha show in 4 parts the Around the Back aerial (sometimes also known as the Frankie). These videos are part of their project:
AroundTheBackAroundTheWorld.com

Attention: Aerials are dangerous and could result in serious injury. You should consult a doctor before beginning any physical exercise.

Part 1. The Prep

Part 2. The Plateau

Part 3. The spotter

Part 4. All the way

Follow the instructions in the videos.

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt and Natasha Ouimet
PatrickAndNatasha.com

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This is part of our Aerials course.
REMEMBER: any acrobatic movements is stresful for your body and potentially dangerous. Many dancers (even more experience dancers) injure themself while training for aerials.



Lindy Flip

in Aerials, by eiki

Lindy Flip

Mark and Shauna show an aerial called the Lindy Flip.

This aerial is also known as the Frankie and the Around the back.

ATTENTION: all aerials are dangerous and can result in injury.

Teachers: Mark Godwin and Shauna Marble
www.MarkAndShaunaSwing.com

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This is part of our Aerials course.
REMEMBER: any acrobatic movements is stresful for your body and potentially dangerous. Many dancers (even more experience dancers) injure themself while training for aerials.




California routine part 6 – Around the Back

Patrick & Natasha show the California routine part 6.

ATTENTION: This is the Around the Back air step(aerial) in the California Routine. Aerial are dangerous and can result in serious injury. If you do not have experiance with air steps you can replace it with a Swing Out instead with a jump break on the 7-8.

This is the part of the California rutine with the around the back aerial. We recommend you put another 8 count move there if you do not know the around the back.

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickAndNatasha

The song this routine is often danced to is “Jumpin’ at the Woodside” by Count Basie.

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