The variations explored so far have all occurred during the majority of the twist. These additional variations can be used to further customize a trick by kicking almost immediately after takeoff, then initiating the twist. Because they happen before the twist has really begun, they can usually be added to other more common variations to create another layer complexity. The drawback is that these variations tend to be a little more difficult to clearly define, and can be lost by the viewer more easily than something that creates a large, obvious shape, like a dleg. In terms of our phonetic analogy, perhaps these could be seen as prefixes to a word, such as a- or an-, such as in asymetric, or anaerobic.