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==Variations==
 
==Variations==
  
[[Scott Jackson]]'s ''Garden Training'' video brought attention to several variations involving hanging from another person on top of the wall, including the '''neck devil drop''', where both hands are gripped over the back of someone extending their head over the edge of the wall<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoXzpG3lQ_g "YouTube - Garden Training: Two"]. Youtube.com</ref>.
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[[Scott Jackson]]'s ''Garden Training'' video brought attention to several variations involving hanging from another person (his brother [[Adrian Jackson]]) on top of the wall, including the '''neck devil drop''', where both hands are gripped over the back of someone extending their head over the edge of the wall<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoXzpG3lQ_g "YouTube - Garden Training: Two"]. Youtube.com</ref>.
  
 
The [[angel drop]] and [[cat sideflip]] are different flips executed from the same hanging cat position ([[backflip]] and [[inward sideflip]] respectively).
 
The [[angel drop]] and [[cat sideflip]] are different flips executed from the same hanging cat position ([[backflip]] and [[inward sideflip]] respectively).

Revision as of 14:54, 29 July 2009

A devil drop is an inward front flip executed from hanging on a wall in the cat position.

Variations

Scott Jackson's Garden Training video brought attention to several variations involving hanging from another person (his brother Adrian Jackson) on top of the wall, including the neck devil drop, where both hands are gripped over the back of someone extending their head over the edge of the wall[1].

The angel drop and cat sideflip are different flips executed from the same hanging cat position (backflip and inward sideflip respectively).

Notes

  1. "YouTube - Garden Training: Two". Youtube.com