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A "Bar loser" or "Swing front" Is a front flip executed off of bar/bar-type obstacle with a backwards or reverse swing. This move is often seen as the opposite the a "Swing gainer/Bar gainer".
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A '''bar loser''' or '''swing front''' Is a [[front flip]] executed off of bar/bar-type obstacle with a backwards or reverse swing. This move is often seen as the opposite the a "Swing gainer/[[Bar gainer]]".
  
 
Although it is almost impossible to find the first "Bar loser" landed (excluding the use of crash mats and other aids) here is just a short video showing the move. Bar Loser > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQM2jfZa8yY
 
Although it is almost impossible to find the first "Bar loser" landed (excluding the use of crash mats and other aids) here is just a short video showing the move. Bar Loser > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQM2jfZa8yY
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[[Category:Bar tricks]]
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[[Category:Free running moves]]

Latest revision as of 18:56, 19 November 2011

A bar loser or swing front Is a front flip executed off of bar/bar-type obstacle with a backwards or reverse swing. This move is often seen as the opposite the a "Swing gainer/Bar gainer".

Although it is almost impossible to find the first "Bar loser" landed (excluding the use of crash mats and other aids) here is just a short video showing the move. Bar Loser > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQM2jfZa8yY