2. Claw:This grip is usually used for pulling aperformer or holding a position.Simple: Double:
3. Hand-to-wrist:This grip is usually used for pulling aperformer or holding a position.Simple: Double:
One of the components is kneeling on one leg and grabbingone hand of her companion while this is standing on one leg withother leg extended back and leaning forward
One of thecomponents is sittingdown with knees bent andone arm extended in theback. The other arm isholding hercompanion, who is doinghand stand with both legsbent .
Phyramids of three: In the base of this figure, we have one of the components on all fours face down, an the other componets are over she standing up with upperbody bent forward relying over each other.
On thisfigure, we have aperson on all foursface down likebase. The othercomponents areleaning forwardrelying over eachother.
Phyramids of four: In the figure On this basis, we have onecomponent kneeling on one leg and otherkneeling with another component sitting
Like base, we have a person on all foursface down with two components relying onher. One is lifting her body using theelbows, the other is lifting her body using
Like baseof thisfigure, wehave one ofthecomponentson all foursface down.Over she, twocomponentsmore arestanding upwithupperbody
Pyramids of more than four: On this figure, we have 5 components. Two of them are on all fours face down, and both have one person over them. This two, are doing an investment support (hand stand), they are supported on a last component, which is standing
-This presentation was made by: - Laura Acosta Díaz. - Ana Montaño Rosas. - Pilar Peñalver Pumariño. - Ana Santos Martín. I.E.S. Cristo del Rosario. 4º of ESO.
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