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Stalling TricksJester or Clipper - Page 2
You kick the footbag up so that it will come down on one side of you. Then you bring the foot from the other side behind your leg and kick the footbag with it sometimes jumping from the stationary leg when you do the kick.

This is the most used trick in stalling
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Variations in Routines
31. The Cripple Clipper Stall
Start from a toe stall and kick the footbag straight up just a little higher than your head. Now start to do a clipper stall but instead of bending your knees a little to take the impact, let your whole body down with your stalling leg in the same position. When the footbag is stalled you should be sitting down in sort of like a jester position. You can get out of this two ways. You can bring your support leg over your stalled leg and stand up quickly so as to come out of it from an inside stall. Or, you can stand up with your legs the way they are and come out of it from a regular clipper stall. This second way takes a lot more balance and strength. This whole trick is pretty much like a clipper stall except you sit. Most of my friends call it "The Lazy Clipper Stall".
32. Around the Web
Start with a toe stall. Do the toe stall on your dominent foot (the one with better control). To do a toe stall you throw the footbag up and bring your foot down with it, cushioning it so it stays in place on the top part of your foot. Now pop the footbag up about one foot above your foot. Then bend your ankle outward so there is a flat surface on the outside on your shoe and cushion the footbag so it stalls on the outside of your foot. After you stall the footbag on the outside of your foot, pop it up again one foot above your foot only this time point your toe down so your foot is vertical from the ground. Turn your foot a little and bend your non-dominent leg (the leg you are balancing on) so that the footbag stalls on your heel. The bending motion will automatically make a cusioning motion so the footbag should just set itself on your heel. Now, move yourself to a cross body position so that the leg with the footbag on the heel is behind your other leg. (A cross body position is when your dominent foot is behind the non-dominent in a crossed position.) When you bring the heel stall into the cross body position, it requires nothing more than just moving your leg over so it looks like a Clipper stall on your heel. Then pop the footbag up waist high and do a Jester, throwing your non-dominent leg over the footbag and instead of kicking it in the cross position, stall it instead with your dominent foot by letting the footbag follow you down to stall it on the inside of your dominent foot in a cross body position. Then point your toe and bend your knee to create a flat surface on the inside of your foot so it's easier to stall. Or here is another way of describing what you do after the heel stall: When you are in the cross body position with the footbag still stalled on your heel, pop it up a little above your waist, then jump up and take your non-dominent leg and swing it over the footbag when you land. Land in the cross body position with your leg bent and your toe pointed. By pointing your toe and bending your knee you should create a perfect flat surface for your footbag to land on. When it gets stalled for three seconds, then pop the footbag up and continue to kick it up with your friends. Nikko submitted this trick and won a Stalling Star.
33. The Juggling Jester
Start with the beginning of a J-serve (with the footbag on the ground, use your left foot to roll the footbag onto your right instep, crossing your left leg over your right.) From there, toss the footbag up to your shoulder. Stall it there (optional) before popping it up again into a left-side Jester (a move where you kick the footbag on your left side with your right leg from behind your left leg, or vice-versa). Keep on kicking from there.
34. Limbo Stall
This is an easy trick where you start in a toe stall, flick the footbag up and hit it with your knee. from your knee kick it up and do a limbo kinda thing and catch it on your chest. When you get there quickly stand straight up so the footbag pops in the air in front of you. Finally Jester it out. (Be sure not to fall over when doing the limbo!)
35. World Clipper
All you do is stall it on the right inside of your foot behind your left leg (Clipper stall). Flip it back up into the air and go around it with your right foot counterclockwise (Around the World). Then either stall it or kick it back up to yourself and keep kicking.
36. The Waterfall
Kick the footbag up about a foot above your head. As it comes down, let your head down about six (6) inches with the footbag and stall it on the top of your head. Straighten out again with the footbag still on your head. Gently roll it down onto your right shoulder and stall it there. You might need to hold it between your ear and shoulder for it not to fall off. Let it roll off, gently again, down your front on to your right knee, stalling it as close to the kneecap as possible. From there, let it fall down to your right foot and do a toes stall. Then simply knock it up to a Jester on your left side. Then keep on kicking 'til the sun comes up.
37. The Hokey-Pockey
Kick the footbag up and...
"Put your right foot in" (kick the footbag with the inside of your right foot)
"Put your right foot out" (kick the footbag with the outside of your right foot)
"Put your left foot in" (kick the footbag with the inside of your left foot)
"Put your left foot out" (kick the footbag with the outside of your left foot)
"Do the Hokey-Pokey" (do a Jester on your left side)
"And shake it all about" (get the footbag back into play)
"That's what it's all about!!"

Jacob A. submitted 3 tricks/moves and won a free 2003 Worlds Stalling Star.
38. Ducking Ripwalk
Start with a Clipper from either side of your body. Flip the footbag up around your neck down to your opposite clipping leg into a ripwalk effect and then catch the footbag in your hand.
39. The Elevator
Start by toe stalling with either foot. Then flick it up about eye level. Then do a Jester and on its way back down toe stall it on either foot. Then, flick it up to stall it on the back of your neck and roll it onto your shoulder. Raise your shoulder and kick it to another person. Looks very good when executed.
40. Eddy Cajeezmo
This one is a little tricky. First stall the footbag on your right toe. Kick it and circle it with your right leg (from inside to outside) so that the footbag passes behind it (like an Impossible). Then kick the footbag across your left leg and bring the right leg in behind into a Jester stall (try not to fall over).
41. The Spanish Inquisition
From a Jester stall, pop the footbag up about waist high and immediately turn into it. Lift the same leg that is was stalled on up and around the footbag so that it goes between your legs. Keep turning and follow the footbag through your legs with the same foot and stall it back into a Jester stall. This trick looks right slick if you can do it in one smooth motion. Juan B. submitted two tricks and will receive a free Stalling Star.
42. Scooping Clipper
Start with an outside stall on the right foot. Flip the footbag to a stall on the heel of the foot with the leg bent to be parallel with the ground. Allow the footbag to roll to the inside of the foot while spinning the leg around the back of the other leg to a Clipper position. This should launch the footbag out or up depending on how you twist your foot.
43. Sick Combo
Start with an Around the Back start (see starts) to a toe stall on the right foot. Toss the footbag over to the left side and do a Clipper and spin the right leg back around to an inside stall. Flip the footbag to a knee tap to outside stall. Rainbow the footbag to an opposite outside stall, then toss the footbag into the air and jump to the left foot and Flying Clipper (Jester) the footbag with the right foot to a right leg knee stall. Let the footbag roll to an outside stall on the right foot. Flip the footbag to a heel stall and do a Scooping Clipper. Catch the footbag in a hat and put the hat back on with the footbag inside and walk away. Jacob W. submitted 3 tricks/combos and won a free Stalling Star and a deCinco.
44. The Extreme Jester
Start by continuously kicking the footbag in the air, getting progressively higher each time. When it reaches about 10 feet, kick it one last time, sending it straight up into the air. When it comes down to eye level, bend over and catch the footbag on your back. Then, spin while jumping so that the footbag is falling in front of you and you land facing towards the circle. Follow it up with a Jester that is aimed at a particular person. (This trick was shown to me by one of my friends and it looks incredibly awesome).
45. Double Outside Clipper Stalls to Outside Around the World Combo
First you toe stall the footbag. Then toss it up and stall it on the outside of your right foot. After you stall it on the outside of your right foot, you toss it up to the other side of your body and stall it on your right foot behind your left leg (Clipper stall). Then you take your foot and do a Clipper Around the World by taking your right foot that the fotobag is stalled on and toss the sack up and swing your leg around the footbag and land it back on your right foot that is still behind your left leg in the Clipper stall position. Then toss it up and stall it on the oustside of your left foot. After it is stalled on the outside of your left foot, you toss it up to the other side of your body and Clipper stall it with your left foot. When you land it on your left foot (that is, in a Clipper stall position) you do a Clipepr Around the World. Then, toss it back into play. It is very hard at first but practice makes perfect!! John W. submitted this combo and won a free Stalling Star.
46. Flipped Combination
This is not as hard as it seems. First, start off with the footbag stalled on your dominant toe. Flip the footbag up about waist high and go around it with your foot (Around the World). Before your foot touches the footbag, twist your foot so it lands in an inside stall. Then, flip it off the inside stall and do a Clipper Stall (this is where you take your dominant foot and put it behind your back and stall it on the inside of that foot). Quickly toss the footbag straight up off the Clipper Stall and do a Super Jester straight up with your non-dominant foot. Then as it's coming down Super Jester the footbag again with your dominant foot, straight up. (The two "Super Jesters" put together is called a "Gauntlet"). Finally finish it all up with a neck stall (as the footbag is coming down, bend your head forward and catch it on your neck). Aaron D. submitted this combo and won a free Stalling Star.
47. The Humming Bird
First you throw the footbag up and kick it hard with the side of your foot (either foot) and stall it on your neck. Next, you roll it down the side of your neck and catch it between your legs. Next, you drop it off your legs and Jester it.
48. Daily Double
Start by kicking the footbag up into the air at about eye level. When you feel time is right do a Jester (make sure you kick it high enough so you can get ready for the next part). When it comes back down hurry up and do another Jester. After you do the 2 Jesters back to back, try to stall it on your toe for a clean finish. (This trick is hard at first but when you get your Jesters down it will be pretty easy.
49. Around the Horn
This trick is easier for advanced kickers!
First, get a stall on your inside right foot.
Second, with the stall still on your foot, swing your right foot around the back of your left foot.
Third, flick the footbag up and try to stall it with your left inside foot.
Fourth, with the stall still on your left foot, swing your left foot around the back of your right foot.
Last of all, flick the footbag up and try to stall it on your inside right foot.
Repeat steps 2, 3, and 4. This trick looks cool when you do it fast.
50. Angel Stall
Start with the footbag in you dominant hand. Toss the bag into the air and then bounce it off your dominant knee and stall the bag on the inside of the same foot. Then toss the bag into the air and put your dominant foot on the ground and swing your other leg around behind your dominant leg. Then stall the bag on the inside of that foot.
51. Acer Power Combo
Hold the footbag in your dominant hand. Toss it up and bounce it off your knee and stall it on your dominant toe. Kick the footbag off your toe and swing your dominant leg all the way around the bag (Around the World) and stall it on the inside of the same foot. Kick it up into an Angel Stall (see above). From the Angel Stall kick it up and stall it on your nondominant toe, swing your foot back and stall the bag on the heel of your non-dominant foot. Then kick the bag up behind you and stall it on the heel of our dominant foot. Kick the bag off your heel and stall it on your dominant toe and do a Pendulum. When you do the Pendulum, bend your knee early and the bag should go straight into the air. As the bag is coming down, with your dominant leg you do a toe stall. Flick it up and catch it. Neil Jr. submitted 3 tricks and won a Worlds Stalling Star.
52. Body Roll
Do a toe stall. Then kick it up at about waist level. Take your left over it to a Clipper stall. Kick it back up at about waist level to do an Around the World in mid-air to a right toe stall. Kick it back up towards your body and let it land on your chest. Let it roll down until it ends up at waist level. Then raise your leg so it can roll on top of the knee then drop it to a normal toe stall or kick.
53. Tiltless Rage
Begin this by either simply tossing the bag up or setting it up from a toe delay (stall) and drop it into a clipper stall. A clipper stall is an inside stall in the cross-body position which means that your stalling foot is around behind your support leg and you catch the bag on an inside delay. Bend the support leg and cushion the bag by lowering the stalling surface to meet the bag. This stall takes a lot of practice. Delay the footbag like that and then flick it back up in front of you to a Pendulum with the same foot. (See Pendulum menu for explanation). This means that after the clipper stall, you'll have to bring the stalling foot back around your support leg and catch it for the Pendulum. As you finish the Pendulum, the bag will be coming up over your head, then turn either 90 degrees to the left or to the right and perform a rake. Basically a rake is when you are following the falling footbag with your foot on the side of your body and then scooping it towards the front of you before it hits the ground. At the end of the scoop you release the footbag straight up in front of you by stopping your leg. You can continue kicking from here as it is directly in front of you - a good setup for any continuation. Basics (& 4 combos) submitted by Mark B. who won a Stalling Star.
54. The Juggler
Serve the footbag to yourself and kick it (preferably an inside kick) and then do an inside stall on your right foot. Then bring your right foot behind your left knee like doing a Jester and give it enough pop to get to your stomach height. Then do an inside stall on your left foot, bring it behind your left knee like a Jester and then pop it up and catch it on your right foot and continue to do the trick. After practicing for awhile if you can do it about ten times in a row, it looks like you are juggling with your feet (this trick is hard on your ankles). This and four other tricks submitted by Terry L. who won a Stalling Star.
55. Conveyer Belt (and Candy Factory)
Start with the footbag in your hand and toss it to your dominant side. Outside kick it towards the center of your body, then inside kick it straight up and when it falls, inside kick it with the other foot on the other side of your body and when it falls again kick it with the inside of that foot. You can end in a Rainbow for a "Candy Factory" or just keep on kicking for the "Conveyer Belt".
56. One-Foot Jester
Do a Jester but when you jump land on the same foot you kicked it with.
57. Jester Cloud Kick
Do a Jester but hit it with your calf instead of kicking it with your foot.
58. One-Foot Jester Cloud Kick
Same as a One-Foot Jester (#56) only hit it with your calf. (#57)
59. Star Jester
Same as a Jester only hit it with the bottom of your shoe (sole).
60. Build Up
Do an inside stall and kick it up to do a Clipper with that same foot. Catch it in a toe stall on your other foot and kick it up into an inside stall on the same foot with which you started. Kick that up and do a Jester and catch it in a toe stall on the same foot on which you did the first toe stall.
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