Since the participants stay in contact with the ground, a spotter isn't required.The base should kneel on the ground in a lunge, the right knee in contact with the ground and the left knee in a 90-degree angle parallel to the ground.
You know you'll need a ladder, but it pays to understand good ladder safety practices and have a spotter in place, especially when you're trying to carry supplies and tools up and down.
She then places one leg on the thigh of one of the bases, and on the count of three, the spotter helps her lift her body to place her other leg on the thigh of the second base.
To dismount, the flyer places her hands back on the shoulders of the bases, and on the count of three, the spotter helps the flyer jump backward, off the legs of the bases.
It's always important to have someone spot you so if your muscles lock up, the spotter can take the weight from you.
The spotter stands in an athletic stance, knees slightly bent and shoulder-width apart, legs slightly staggered.
The bases grab the thighs of the flyer to provide support while the spotter supports the flyer from the back.
Rick - The Spotter': As Richard's son, he is the boss of the pawn shop and closes most of the big deals.
Recruit a spotter to help you with the routine so that you don't risk injury in the process.
The base, flyer and spotter all have responsibilities that help keep the stunt safe.