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A butterfly twist is basically a [[butterfly kick]], but at the height of your jump, you spin 360 degrees horizontal to the ground, landing on the opposite leg to a bkick. This is useful for transition into other movements because it allows you to [[Terminology#Tricking|swingthrough]].  
 
A butterfly twist is basically a [[butterfly kick]], but at the height of your jump, you spin 360 degrees horizontal to the ground, landing on the opposite leg to a bkick. This is useful for transition into other movements because it allows you to [[Terminology#Tricking|swingthrough]].  
  
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==Common Varitations==
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*'''[[Hyper]] btwist''' - btwist landing on the kicking leg
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*'''Double btwist''' - a butterfly twist with a 720 degree horizontal twist
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*'''Triple btwist''' - a butterfly twist with a 1080 degree horizontal twist (not yet landed on flat)
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 18:56, 30 June 2011

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Butterfly Twist

A butterfly twist (also known as btwist) is a move primarily used in tricking, but is also seen occasionally in free running. The move originates from Wushu[citation needed].

A butterfly twist is basically a butterfly kick, but at the height of your jump, you spin 360 degrees horizontal to the ground, landing on the opposite leg to a bkick. This is useful for transition into other movements because it allows you to swingthrough.

[edit] Common Varitations

  • Hyper btwist - btwist landing on the kicking leg
  • Double btwist - a butterfly twist with a 720 degree horizontal twist
  • Triple btwist - a butterfly twist with a 1080 degree horizontal twist (not yet landed on flat)

[edit] See Also