Finally, with most of the parts understood, we can explore the concept of stacking variations in sequence to create our own custom creations.  The most common methods to do so are to add a round kick at the end, or a hyperhook.   In the case of a swipe + hyperhook, another new term is created, the swipeknife.  Aside from the swipeknife, the terminology for adding a hook or round is as simple as saying -round, -hyperhook at the end.

Simply put, the ability to stack variations is what really makes tricking different than other acrobatic sports.  It gives trickers virtually endless possibilities to create new and unique tricks simply by adding rotation and by changing the sequence of kicks involved.

Now you have the tools to read and write complex words (tricks).



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