Notes: This is a *mini* tutorial. The full version is 8x longer and offers more detail. It is available on Aerial Silks Online.
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If you are using this video only to try the skill, you should already have a strong grasp of aerial silks theory fundamentals. It is possible to hurt yourself if you don’t understand the nuances of the set-up/exit.
The tail drop-off is much harder than the similar one you do to get from catcher’s to s-wrap. This is because there is no support around your back. When you pass your legs over, you are fully supported on your hands-arms-shoulders. It is easy to be caught by surprise there if you are not aware.
Practice close to the ground for that setup, then move higher once you understand it.
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Be safe and enjoy!