Angel drop

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An angel drop is a back somersault, generally a layout backflip, performed from hanging off a wall. It can be done with both feet together, climb up into a wall flip style, or off one foot like a swing thru. The angel drop was first popularized when Daniel Ilabaca did one in his Lisses video[1], although his foot was resting on a pipe and the move has been performed many times on empty walls.

[edit] Variations

Angel drop 360/Angel drop full - Scott Jackson did a variation of this in his garden training two video video[2] that involved his foot landing on top of the wall before executing the full. This has also been known as the Sackson Swipe.

[edit] Notes

  1. "YouTube - Daniel Ilabaca Liverpool To Lisses".
  2. "Youtube - Garden Training: Two.