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Post by WyrmFyre » 30 May 2010 11:17

cloud stall > knee > legover (to cloud stall) > toe ?
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Post by Stefan » 03 Jun 2010 16:21

atomic> same side mirage?

and

atomic> rake?
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Post by Zac Miley » 07 Jul 2010 14:39

tap

and

atomic rake
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Post by Pasquar » 20 Jul 2010 12:08

atomic>regular mirage

or


atomic> butterfly (and how many adds?)

and also, how many adds is a clipper set> diving butterfly?
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Post by Zac Miley » 21 Jul 2010 17:24

atomsmasher

and

legbeater (or tapdown if it's ss)

diving butter is a 4.
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Post by Corey » 23 Aug 2010 16:41

I feel like a complete noob posting in here :oops:

Rooted Pixie but the setting/plant foot doesnt touch the ground first?

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Post by Matt K » 23 Aug 2010 17:14

Like a pixie where you "jump" off of it and land on the same foot? I think that's what you're asking. That's just a pixie, but a different way to end it, like doing a stepping set and not planting.
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Post by Corey » 23 Aug 2010 17:26

Matt K wrote:Like a pixie where you "jump" off of it and land on the same foot? I think that's what you're asking. That's just a pixie, but a different way to end it, like doing a stepping set and not planting.
Hyper= Rooted Pixie= Like a pixie where you "jump" off of it and land on the same foot

I was doing this set incorrectly and I landed on the foot that was not doing anything because the bag was on the plabted foot. But yeah you do do a strange jump. Cool set. I havent seen it. Naming rights?
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Post by Frank_Sinatra » 20 Sep 2010 08:17

Is there a name for pixie ss rake?

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Post by Laroche » 23 Sep 2010 11:45

OK I'm seeing this everywhere... Whip? Whipping?
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Post by mc » 23 Sep 2010 11:49

it's Descriptive System terminology for reverse whirl and reverse whirling.

(and, unfortunately, the same names that mosher and I gave to calf-kicking pixie set (whipping) and calf-kicking smear (whip) 5 years ago)
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Post by FlexThis » 30 Sep 2010 13:28

rev whirl was named slice 10 years ago :roll: . Pixie SS Rake has been hit, but I did not name it :D
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Post by Pirrotta » 09 Jan 2011 18:37

I was wondering if anyone could help me figure out the new name of this trick. Double out-in ATW (Double Orbit) to opposite toe. I know that the in-out version is Terrage and according to footbag.org what i am thinking of is a Double Fairy, But since those terms were replaced with Open & Shut i cant figure out what to call it now..
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Post by Zac Miley » 12 Jan 2011 12:46

Toe near (muted) Double Illusion.
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Post by Pirrotta » 12 Jan 2011 12:56

Alright thanks
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Post by xsisbest » 12 Mar 2012 16:43

What is stepping blender and stepping double down? I feel retarded trying to think of all the names of these moves.. I step on the left and do the double down with my right foot..

Also a clipper, dex out to in (like a reverse double down) to opposite toe

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Post by Muffinman » 12 Mar 2012 21:19

I think by stepping you mean stepping far/opposite. So, stepping far blender = "food processor". Stepping far double down = "blurriest".

And it sounds like by "dex out to in" you mean "dex in to out"? Double downs are out-to-in, so the opposite is in-to-out. Clipper-set in-to-out double-dex = "barrage".

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Post by xsisbest » 13 Mar 2012 01:02

Sweet thank you! I've had people tell me the names of all those but I forgot. Blurriest is my latest hit but food processor is probably my hardest one to hit consistantly.so much to learn, so little time...
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whats this move called

Post by Ohios1 » 15 Jul 2012 15:59

instead of a a miraging legover, (aka double legover), what is a miraging switchover called. I thought about it the other day when i was doing my dlos and i dont see alot of people doing them. hit me up guys

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Post by Muffinman » 15 Jul 2012 16:42

First, there's a thread for this already. Always check the Masterlist at the top of this sub-form before making a new thread. You've been told about this before.

Second, switch is the same thing as legover. I think you mean pickup, which is a reverse legover/switch. Miraging switch is called Legeater (not to be confused with legbeater).

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