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Stalling TricksTransfers - Doing a trick or series of tricks with one foot (or other part of the body) and transferring the footbag to the other foot (or other part of the body) to do the same or another trick or series of tricks with it.
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Variations in Routines
1. Inside Out - Start by dropping the footbag to your foot (either one), and do a toe stall. Then flip it up and do an inside stall on the same foot. Hold it there while you get your balance. Now take that foot you just inside stalled with and bring it around the back of your other leg whch is just there for support, and go kind of fast so the footbag doesn't fall off your foot. When you bring your leg around, you want to flick the footbag from the inside stall position you have it in so that it goes in front of you. Then kick the footbag to transfer it to your other foot into a toe stall and do the exact series of stalls you just did only with the other foot. This trick takes some practice because it's pretty tough to get one leg around the back of your other leg without the footbag falling off your foot, but practice makes perfect.
2. Inside Foot Stall to Opposite Jester - To start out with, stall the sack on the inside of your foot (bring your leg up, bend it at the knee, bend ankle, and stall). Bring your foot down to the ground while keeping the sack on the inside of your foot. Step over the leg with the sack on it with your other leg, so that you are standing cross legged. Kick the sack up above your head by quickly bringing up the leg that the sack was stalled on. Now, while the sack is in the air, stand with your weight on the opposite leg the hack was stalled on, jump, and Jester the sack. You have just performed an awesome looking trick that will amaze others in the circle.
3. Spinning Rainbow Jester Stall - With the footbag still on the ground, stand to the left of it with your feet about 2 inches apart. Then, using whichever foot you feel comfortable using, sideways "Chicken Scratch" (a "Chicken Scratch" is where you take your foot and quickly drag the tip of your toe towards yourself and over the top of the footbag on the ground, then quickly toe flick it up causing it to rise straight up in front of you) the footbag over your right foot (don't do the toe flick just yet, cause you will mess up the trick). Once the footbag has gone over your right foot (assuming that's your dominant foot) bring your left foot straight up causing the footbag to go in front of you. Then toe stall the footbag with your opposite foot, toe flicking it up into a toe stall on your dominant foot. Then toe flick it up once more but this time as the footbag is falling, jump over it and catch the footbag in an inside foot stall BEHIND you. You then pop it up and over your shoulder while turning 90 degrees. When it hits about waist height you inside stall the footbag again with the foot you are catching it with, BEHIND your other leg (so looking like you are doing a "Jester" but not actually jumping -- a "Jester" is where you hit the footbag up then jumping up with one foot, you bring the foot you left on the ground straight up and under you as if you are trying to sit cross legged in the air while having the other leg straight forward with a slight bend in the knee). You then pop it straight up, spin a full 360 degrees, and do another inside foot stall in the "Jester" position. Do this about three times but on the 4th time instead of just catching it in an inside foot stall, let it get almost all the way to the ground and then do the inside foot stall (I like to call this the Jester Stall). Pop it over to your opposite side and Jester stall it again on that side. Then once more pop it straight up into a revert Jester (this is where you wrap your leg around the footbag from the inside out, BUT IT HAS TO BE USING YOUR NON-DOMINANT FOOT TO HIT THE FOOTBAG) and finally finish the combo by "Zombieing" the footbag to yourself and then continuing kicking it or pass it off. (A "Zombie" is where the footbag falls and hits the ground in front of you but you INSTANTLY "Chicken Scratch" it straight up to yourself --- by instantly I mean within about 1/2 second after it hits the ground). Mike B. submitted this combo trick and won a free Worlds Logo Stalling Star.
4. Marching Band - Start with right knee passing the footbag to the other knee. Then pass it back with your left knee to the right and keep doing this back and forth. Four passes constitutes a "Marching Band" and my record is 18 consecutive marching bands (72 passes).
5. Crossing Over - First you do a right toe stall. Then you throw it up and do a Super Jester with the right foot kicking the footbag. Then right after the Super Jester you do a left foot toe stall and from that you throw it up doing a Super Jester with the left foot, kicking the footbag and then go into a right foot inside stall. It's called Crossing Over because it crosses your body twice and sounds mystical. Mike M. submitted this combo trick and will receive a free Stalling Star.
6. Bonniewood Loop
This is an extremely hard trick but it will make your friends say, "no way!" First, start with an outside stall with either foot. Then, flick the footbag into a toe stall with the same foot. Then kick it into an inside stall with the same foot. Next. kick the footbag into an inside stall with your other foot. Then kick the footbag into a toe stall with that same foot and still with that foot kick it into an outside stall. Now,here is the tricky part. Kick the footbag onto your shoulder. Then, wait a second so that it counts as a stall. Then roll it to your chest with your chin, wait a second, and finally roll it to your other shoulder. Finish with a Flying Clipper and keep then go on kicking. This trick reminded me of home. Anonymouse submitted this combo trick and won a free Stalling Star if we get an address.
7. Geometry
Start with a toe stall on either foot. Then, flick it up and hit it with your knee (same leg) and then onto your head for a head stall. Then, roll it down your body onto the opposite knee you just used and hit it with your knee. Then catch the footbag in a toe stall with that same leg.
8. Roundabout
To do this trick, you must first do a toe stall. Then pop your foot up so the footbag goes into an inside foot stall on the same foot. Next, pop the footbag up again and catch it on an inside foot stall on the other leg (it helps if you don't pop it up too high). Finally, pop the footbag up and catch it in the toe stall of the same foot to complete the combo. From there you can do the whole combo in reverse by starting with your left foot.
9. Coast to Coast
Start by placing the footbag on your toe (toe stall). Then pop it up just a little and catch it on an outside stall. Pop up the footbag so that it stalls on your knee. Now, pop this up so it gets to your shoulder. Keep moving the footbag all the way around (toe, outside, knee, shoulder, head, other shoulder, other knee, other outside, and finally the other toe). You can also variate the move by kicking the footbag twice before moving to the next spont instead of stalling.. Zak A. submitted this trick and will receive a free Stalling Star.
10. Toe to Heel and Back Again
First stall the footbag on the right toe then toss it over your right shoulder and hit it with the back of your right heel and then make it go over your shoulder again but stall it with your left toe and then toss it again over your left shoulder and kick it with the back of your left heel and then toss it up and stall it on your head and then let it drop and then kick it any way you want and pass it to another person.
11. Nic-Nac
First practice hitting the footbag with the knee and kicking it with the inside of your foot. Start out by bouncing the footbag on your left or right knee. Then kick it with the inside of that same foot and bounce it to the opposite knee and kick it with the inside of your foot in the same combo.
12. Back and Forth Reverse Combo
Get a good kick that will go up to your head...bump the footbag on your head and immediately turn 180 degrees to catch the footbag with your foot...now flick the footbag up and over your head while turning another 180 degrees and try to catch it with your foot...to finish the trick up, pop the bag high and do a full 360 and try to stall any way you like.
13. Tha Trix
This is basically a small sequence of moves that can make any routine look a lot better. It's fast so it can add speed to your combo and you can pretty much do it out of, or into, anything. Begin by hitting the footbag with the outside of your right or left foot (depending on which side of your body the bag is falling down on at that time) and set it up to kick it with the inside of that same foot. Instead of kicking it up and over your knee though, as anyone would usually do to go from outside to inside, tap it up and over only a little bit toward the inside of the other side of your body (a very light, quick tap). By swinging that knee to the outside of your body, your foot will come up for a quick inside kick. Then, bring that foot up for an outside kick by swinging your knee inward quickly for a nice outside tap. The last kick can be harder to pop the bag up into play or into a continued combo. So, to recap, this is basically a sequence of four quick kicks that go: outside, inside, inside, outside from one side of your body to the other. Each pair of kicks can be done pretty quickly but it takes practice and looks great in any combo by adding these four quick taps. Submitted by Mark B. who won a Stalling Star.
14. Twelve Point
Start off by tossing the footbag about waist level and kick it with an inside kick, using your right foot. After you kick it, take your left foot around the footbag and kick it behind you using your right foot (Clipper). After you Clipper it, take your right foot over it into another Clipper. After you Clipper kick it with the inside of your left foot, do a right outside kick to a left outside kick. When it comes to about waist level, Clipper kick it using the heel of your left foot. After you Clipper it with your heel, kick it doing a mid-air Clipper stall using the inside of yoru right foot. Then, just pass it to someone else in the circle or just begin with a new trick.
15. Rainbow Slap'n'Pop
First throw the footbag up to your preferred side foot and get an inside kick. Kick it so that you can get it further to your side and then get an outside kick. After it bounces off the outside of your foot and before it gets too high in the air, use the side of your hand to slap it down back onto the outside of your foot and then kick it to your other side and do the same series on your other side. Also try a stall on the outside before popping it up to slap it down if you want to be really tricky. It really helps if you get the side of your foot as straight as you can to get it to go further up in the air so your have more time to get in position for the slap'n'pop on your other leg. By the way, slap'n'pop is also a style to use playing the bass guitar!
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