Sidearm Flick

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Similar in motion to a tennis forehand, this crack is very commonly used for doing cutting techniques. Like all flicks, this technique will be easiest to do with a longer whip.


  • Forehand Flick




How To

  1. Start with the whip laying out behind you and the handle pointing along the thong
  2. Keeping your hand level with the ground, and the handle in line with the thong, push your hand forward in a straight line
    1. A common mistake is to let your arm or the whip to travel around you in a curve instead of a straight line
  3. At the end of your reach, snap the handle forward to point at your imaginary target
  4. Anticipate that the whip will want to continue its motion after the crack. Either ground the whip or allow it to continue up over your head.