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While moving in the [[horizontal plane]] the skier approaches the jump. The [[takeoff]] is initiated both upwards and forwards which starts a primary [[rotation]] in the [[horizontal axis]]. The upper and lower body then flex. There is a flexion at the waist between the upper body and lower body to the [[tuck]] position. The body rotations forwards a total of [[360]] degrees, then the skiers extends and prepares for the [[landing]]. While moving in the [[horizontal plane]] the skier approaches the jump. The [[takeoff]] is initiated both upwards and forwards which starts a primary [[rotation]] in the [[horizontal axis]]. The upper and lower body then flex. There is a flexion at the waist between the upper body and lower body to the [[tuck]] position. The body rotations forwards a total of [[360]] degrees, then the skiers extends and prepares for the [[landing]].
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While moving in the horizontal plane the skier approaches the jump. The takeoff is initiated both upwards and forwards which starts a primary rotation in the horizontal axis. The upper and lower body then flex. There is a flexion at the waist between the upper body and lower body to the tuck position. The body rotations forwards a total of 360 degrees, then the skiers extends and prepares for the landing.



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