Building III

FUNdamentals III - Building

Please select one of the modules below to begin FUNdamentals III – Building. Stunts are first and Pyramids begin with FUN3 B.12.

Core conditioning starts with FUN3 C.5, Leg/Lower Body conditioning starts with FUN3 C.12, and Full Body conditioning starts with FUN3 C.20.

FUN3 B.1 – “Body Positions on Performance Surface”

Introduction to body positions used in stunting.

Body Positions on Performance Surface

1A HEEL STRETCH

1B ARABESQUE

1C ONE LEG WAIST STUNT SCALE

1D SCORPION

FUN3 B.2 – “Hang Drill – 1 Foot Load”

Intro to Hang Drill – 2 Bases, 1 Spotter, 1 Top Person

Hang Drill – 1 Foot Load

FUN3 B.3 – “Show & Go”

Intro to Show & Go – 2 Bases, 1 Spotter, 1 Top person

Show & Go

FUN3 B.4 – “Traditional Prep”

Intro to Traditional Prep – 2 Bases, 1 Spotter, 1 Top Person

Traditional Prep

FUN3 B.5 – “Mastering The Show & Go with the Traditional Prep”

Mastering the Traditional Prep -2 Bases, 1 Spotter, 1 Top Person with choreography counts. In this Module we are going to master the Tradition Prep and teach the counts so it can be placed in routine! Please be sure that your athletes are comfortable with the set up positions and drills that were taught in Modules 2-4. Review if necessary!

Mastering The Show & Go with the Traditional Prep

FUN3 B.6 – “Single Leg Thigh Stand Thigh Stunt – Opposite Leg”

Using the same progressions as the SIngle Leg Thigh Stand Stunt taught in FUN1 Module 6 – we will introduce Top Person starting on the opposite foot (standing on left) and Single Thigh Stunt Liberty before moving to the Tic Toc in Module 7.

Single Leg Thigh Stand Thigh Stunt – Opposite Leg

FUN3 B.7 – “Tic Toc Single Leg Thigh Stunt”

Learning how to perform a Tic Toc – A stunt that is held in a static position on one leg, Base(s) dip and release Top Person in an upward fashion, as the Top Person switches their weight to the other leg and lands in a static position on their opposite leg.

Tic Toc Single Leg Thigh Stunt

FUN3 B.8 – “Mastering The Tic Toc in a Stunt Sequence”

Mastering Tic Toc – 1 Base, 1 Spotter, 1 Top Person with choreography counts. In this Module we are going to master the Tic Toc and teach the counts so it can be placed in routine! Please be sure that your athletes are comfortable with the set up positions and drills that were taught in Modules 6-7. Review if necessary!

Mastering The Tic Toc in a Stunt Sequence

FUN3 B.9 – “Prep Level Liberty With Brace”

Learning how to perform a prep level Liberty with a Brace. We are going to use back Spotter as the Bracer for this stunt. Be sure that the group has mastered the single leg waist stunt (FUN 2 – Module 7) and understands all concepts of the step/lock/tighten drills.

Prep Level Liberty With Brace

FUN3 B.10 – “Quarter Up to Single Leg Waist with Optional Body Positions”

Using the same exact concept as the Single Leg Waist Level Stunt we will introduce a twisting transition – 1 or 2 Bases, 1 Spotter, 1 Top Person. Stunt can either start to the left wall and 1⁄4 to the front for Liberty, and Heel Stretch position, or start to the front and quarter turn to the right wall for Arabesque and Scale body positions.

Quarter Up to Single Leg Waist with Optional Body Positions

FUN3 B.11 – “Braced Prep Lib to a Quarter Up to Single Leg Waist Stunt”

Mastering Braced Lib to a Quarter Up to a Single Leg Stunt – 2 Bases, 1 Spotter, 1 Top Person with choreography counts.

Braced Prep Lib to a Quarter Up to Single Leg Waist Stunt

FUN3 B.12 – “Pyramid Choreography”

Mastering the Stunt Techniques and Body Positions within FUNdamentals 3 – 4 Bases, 2 Spotters, 2 Top People. This is the same approach and techniques used in Building Module 5 – Mastering The Show & Go with the Traditional Prep, Building Module 9 – Prep Level Liberty With Brace, Building Module 10 – Quarter Up to Single Leg Waist with Optional Body and FUNdamentals 1 Module 5 Double Base Thigh Stand. We are putting all three stunt sections together to create a pyramid sequence.

We will use additional people to connect to the Top Person’s Arm and leg to create a pyramid for the routine in this module. You can vary these connections into multiple groups, a single line or one individual group – all depending on how many athletes you have in the class.

Pyramid Choreography