Aerial twist

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An aerial twist (also known as an atwist), is an aerial performed with a 180 degree twist, landing either on your take off foot or both feet.

This move is essentially the same as a webster with a 180 twist. It differs from a barani in that you spin the other way in which you would expect (i.e. when taking off with your left leg, you spin over your left shoulder) and is from a push take off rather than a punch.

An aerial twist is most commonly used in tricking however it is used in free running

[edit] Common Variations

  • Wall aerial twist
  • Double Aerial Twist
    Spin 540 degrees (I know, doesn't make sense, but that's just how it is)
  • Triple Aerial Twist
    Spin 900 degrees - This has not been landed on flat yet

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