2.Advanced: More Difficult Moves1. Toe Delay
HINT: Any time that you are off of the ground while you are executing a move, it is plus one point because of the point for Body.
The Flying Inside Kick is the same basic premise as the Flying Outside Kick, but it is with the inside of the foot instead of the outside of the foot. i.e., you hit the bag while your body is in the air. Flying Inside
The Clipper Kick is a fun and easy to learn move. It is also the basis for other moves such as a Flying Clipper, a Butterfly, or an Osis Delay. Also, the Cross Body position helps in many other moves. To execute the Clipper, bring the kicking leg (I'm using my right one) bent at the knee behind the support leg so that the inside of the foot is under and to the right of your support leg. This is the Cross-Body Position. Practice this motion until you can do it quickly and well. To finish off the Clipper, just bump the bag as you would if you were to do an inside kick, but on the other side of the support leg. This is the Clipper. Clipper Kick pictures
The Sole Slap is a move that you can use to accompany many moves or set up for other moves. The start of the Sole Slap is the same idea as the Clipper Kick, except the position of the foot is a little different. Bring your kicking leg under the support leg as before, except this time, turn your body and ankle so that the bottom of your foot is facing up. Then to hit the bag, it is mostly ankle movement, just bring the toe up to meet the bag. You can also use this move to link into other sole slaps or to set up for flying moves. Sole Slap Pictures
The Cloud Kick is tricky, but relatively easy. If you've got the motion for the Outside Kick, then you can do the Cloud Kick. The only difference between the Cloud and Outside is that you hit the bag with calf on the Cloud Kick, thus getting the one add-point from the unusual surface. The Cloud Kick can be done on the inside of the leg too. Cloud Kick Pictures
The Forehead Delay, as you can guess, is a Delay done on the forehead. The basic trick to this delay (and all others) is to get the surface that you are delaying on directly under the center of the bag. To do the Forehead Delay, first bend your knees a bit. Second, bend your back and neck back so that if the bag was above you, you could see it. This position is sort of odd, so get used to it first. Third, standing straight, toss the bag above your head but not so high that it gets lost in the sun. Then get in the position with your head back and make sure that the center of the bag is above the center of your forehead. As menitoned in the Toe Delay, bring the bag slowly down until all of the energy has been brought out of the bag and it is resting on your head. Then figure out why everyone is staring at you. Forehead Delay Pictures
The Neck Catch is a delay. It useful to set many other moves. Starting in a standing up straight position, bend at the waist and push your shoulders back so that you make a place for the bag to land. Get used to this position and make sure that you keep your head up. Then to catch the bag (hence the name) toss up the bag at about the same height as for the Forehead Delay. Drop into the position for the delay and catch the bag. It takes practice, so don't get discouraged. Keep trying.
This is the first move that you have to use another move in. The Toe Delay is essential in this move. Around the World is actually more of an around the bag. Keeping your body over the bag (as you should always), set the bag with either a Toe Delay or an Inside Delay. Then bring the bag back into the air, but making sure that it doesn't get away from you. Then comes the tricky part. Circle the bag, in the air, with your foot, either from the inside-out or outside-in. It doesn't matter. Just do it quick enough so that you can bring your foot back under the bag and kick it back up. If you delay the bag, that is an Around the World Delay.
The Walk Over, like the Around the World, uses another move in it. The Walk Over is original in that it is different than most other kicking moves, except a Hop Over. First, catch the bag in an Inside Delay. Next, (still holding the delay) set your foot with the bag on it on the ground. Then switch the weight of your body from your original support leg to the one with the bag on it. Step over the new support leg with your old one so you end up in the Cross Body Position. This ends the move.Walk Over Pictures