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Magic: Hey this is Magic again on a tutorial of the front summy. Those who don’t know what that is, I’m going to quickly – it’s basically a front summersault, in the name. I’m just going to demonstrate one real quick. Okay, one front summy. The basic thing you need to focus on will attempt them first, that’s my personal opinion. A fast run up is always good for the first timers or fast learners. Fast learners tend to land the -- but don’t worry. Everyone starts somewhere, that’s how you learns all. Okay, sort of fast steps, you got fast run up into your object.
Yeah, run up. As soon as you’re about to jump go, -- keep the same speed, Keeping the same speed, you run up, as you as you finished, stop in the ground. I find it easy to stop in the ground, other people, they normally just go off, the head, the boots and their feet will goes up --. I personally stop in the ground okay. So after the run up, you go, stop in the ground, I use my arms to lift me up to the sky. This is my arms to go up and then as soon as I am up in the air, I spin around and grab my legs.
So let me just demonstrate you to run up with the jump. Then jump up straight up. if you want to go for a distance, go for distance, if you want to go for height, go for height. These two basically are for our summies. As soon as I jump up and you’re seeing by hands in the air, I wind down, grab the legs which spins me around. So if you see the summersault and you jump with run and that will make you spin in the manner. I’m going to demonstrate one more for you in slow motion. And that’s Ground’s tutorial on front summy.