Belay from modified crossback entry

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Belay sequence

Double wrap to inverted split to pegasus

Split balance variation

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Joe (@joe_pinzon) is a magician on silks! If you haven’t heard he’s now teaching at Aerial Physique on Wednesday nights. Joe keeps it real, his biggest aerial pet peeve is inauthentic artistry. Keep reading to learn some fun facts about him! •Favorite aerial skill? No-handed wheel downs • •One thing you can't live without? Lip balm • •Favorite place you've traveled to? Bilbao, Spain. Beautiful architecture, great artistic vibe, and warm people! •How would your BFF describe you? Super direct, funny, and insightful •Dog or cat person? I’m kinda allergic to both, but I appreciate them from a distance 😉 • Favorite food? ICE CREAM •Favorite song to rock out to in the car? Meditation by Goldlink. NSFW!

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Dinner Roll tutorial

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Technique Tip Tuesday – The Dinner Roll! A fun skill with a silly name that you can add after Music Box, Rebecca Split or anything else that requires a single foot lock on one fabric. Jill uses this skill to add some pizzaz to a sequence! Keep reading for some insider tips to be Dinner Rolling with ease… • 1️⃣ Begin from a Single Foot Lock on one fabric. In the video, Jill demonstrates on the left foot. Once you have your foot lock on squat down and cross your legs. 2️⃣ Place your left hand in front of your chest and your right hand on the free fabric at approx hip level. If you place your hands too high you'll have a challenging time completing the roll. 3️⃣ Begin to roll forward. As you roll your right arm remains extended to the side and your legs stay crossed. Don't overthink the roll! Overthinking may lead to you getting stuck upside down due to loss of momentum. 4️⃣ To roll backward it's the same actions. Again, overthinking will not help you! This is one of those skills that you can get all worked up about and it ends up to be not as big of a deal as you thought. 5️⃣ If you have tight shoulders definitely spend some time warming them up followed by the range of motion exercise in the video using the fabric or band. The skill will be more intense on your extended arm. Happy Dinner Rolling! ✨Have you taken advantage of our complimentary 14 day trial of Aerial Physique TV? If not, you're missing out! Gain access to hundreds of tutorial videos with an emphasis on proper technique. Visit the link in our bio to sign up or www.aerialphysique.tv.

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Eagle to Music Box to Dinner Roll to Sinker

Rotisserie entry to crossback straddle followed by knee hang from crossback

Single ankle hang demo (dos and don’ts)

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Technique Tip Tuesday – Single Ankle Hang I know.. it's a painful one, many even avoid it all together. The good news is, after more practice the less painful it becomes. Understanding the proper pathway and where exactly the fabric should be placed can help! Below are some insider tips to have you hanging from your ankle with ease! 1️⃣Begin from a Classic Climb (shown on the right side in the video). Squat down with the pole of the fabric between your legs. Place your right hand in front of your chest and use your left hand to grab the tail just to the outside of your feet. 2️⃣Keep your feet pressing together as you lean back (a common mistake is releasing the top foot too soon). Firmly flex your bottom (right) foot as you guide the pole of the fabric across the top of it toward your baby toe. Once you see the fabric is in the proper place and feel secure (no sickled feet allowed) then remove your top foot off and extend your leg behind you. Simultaneously release your top hand from the pole, your bottom hand must continue to hold the tail for safety. 3️⃣Keep your foot flexed and ankle hang leg completely straight. Tighten the muscles in your leg to help support your weight and lessen the strain on your hip. The opposite leg can do an array of shapes including an arabesque, attitude and many more, feel free to get creative here! 4️⃣When you are ready to exit, check that the tail is on your free leg side (not the ankle hang side). For a clean exit extend your free leg behind you and place the tail near your hip. Begin to climb up the tail followed by reaching for the pole above your ankle hang. Once you grab the pole with both hands begin to pull up as you simultaneously cross your free leg over your ankle hang leg (left over right). Sit on the heel of your ankle hang foot for support, at this point, both feet can point. 5️⃣From here, simply lengthen your legs underneath you and allow the tail to fall from your hip toward your feet and step on the fabric. • ✨Learn more Single Ankle Hang shapes on Aerial Physique TV! Take advantage of a FREE 3 – DAY – TRIAL and gain instant access to hundreds of aerial silk tutorials. Subscribe today – link in bio!

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