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  • Happy Wednesday! Bird Rock is a great spot for exploring tide pools and viewing  birds on the big rock near the beach. The roundabouts along La Jolla Blvd add to the fun of driving through the area. Have a wonderful week! 🌞🌴🌊
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Captured with the DJI Phantom 4 drone 📷
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    @sgbosley

    La Jolla

    Happy Wednesday! Bird Rock is a great spot for exploring tide pools and viewing birds on the big rock near the beach. The roundabouts along La Jolla Blvd add to the fun of driving through the area. Have a wonderful week! 🌞🌴🌊
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    Captured with the DJI Phantom 4 drone 📷

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    @thedronexperience

    Parras De La Fuente Coahuila, Pueblo Mágico

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    Convertir lo ordinario en una perspectiva única es un arte. Después de miles de horas de vuelo hemos perfeccionado el uso de nuestros equipos para generar contenido de la más alta calidad. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ▪️Servicio a casas productoras⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ▪️Cine ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ▪️Comerciales⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Ubicación: Viñedos de @casamadero ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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  • The Rebecca Split is a staple beginner skill that has a variety of names! Once you have the hang of the basic version in the video there are many places you can go! Keep reading for insider tips. 
1️⃣ Begin from a single foot lock on one fabric (video shows right). Place the free fabric in the opposite armpit to foot that is locked (left). •

2️⃣ Tilt to the right (toward your foot lock leg) and reach behind you for the tail with your bottom hand (right). •
3️⃣ Use your right hand to circle the tail around the front of your waist until it is on the outside of your left hip. 
4️⃣ Switch hands so your left-hand holds the tail and right-hand holds the pole in front of you. Pull the tail to the left and maintain a firm grip. 
5️⃣ Begin to lean back as you extend your free left leg (keep pulling the tail to the left or you can slip out of it!). Crochet your left leg outside around the left pole. Point and sickle your foot for security. If you have limited flexibility opt to bend & hook your knee instead. 
6️⃣ Climb up the right fabric and begin to rotate your leg behind you in either an attitude or arabesque position. Keep your foot pressing into the pole as you rotate if you chose that version. (attitude = knee is slightly bent | arabesque = leg is straight)

7️⃣ To exit, place both hands on the pole in front of you. Lower your hips back and bend your left knee. Extend & lower your left leg to release the wrap. This does require hamstring flexibility! •
Common Mistakes: ❌ Mistake #1 - Fabric is too tight around your waist! Give yourself a bit more slack in step 3. •
❌ Mistake #2 - Fabric is too loose around your waist! Give yourself less slack in step 3. •
❌ Mistake #3 - Foot slips when rotating the leg behind. Aim to keep your foot sickled & pressing into the pole. Once you're fully rotated you can adjust it to a pointed foot. •
🔆 Warming up with hip rotation in a straddle & stretching your arabesque position can help as shown in the video! •
⚠️ Alternative version: If you're working on stretchy silks you may choose to circle the fabric twice around your waist in step 3 for added security. •
💛 We'd love to see your progress! Tag #iloveap
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    @aerialphysique

    Aerial Physique

    The Rebecca Split is a staple beginner skill that has a variety of names! Once you have the hang of the basic version in the video there are many places you can go! Keep reading for insider tips.
    1️⃣ Begin from a single foot lock on one fabric (video shows right). Place the free fabric in the opposite armpit to foot that is locked (left). •

    2️⃣ Tilt to the right (toward your foot lock leg) and reach behind you for the tail with your bottom hand (right). •
    3️⃣ Use your right hand to circle the tail around the front of your waist until it is on the outside of your left hip.
    4️⃣ Switch hands so your left-hand holds the tail and right-hand holds the pole in front of you. Pull the tail to the left and maintain a firm grip.
    5️⃣ Begin to lean back as you extend your free left leg (keep pulling the tail to the left or you can slip out of it!). Crochet your left leg outside around the left pole. Point and sickle your foot for security. If you have limited flexibility opt to bend & hook your knee instead.
    6️⃣ Climb up the right fabric and begin to rotate your leg behind you in either an attitude or arabesque position. Keep your foot pressing into the pole as you rotate if you chose that version. (attitude = knee is slightly bent | arabesque = leg is straight)

    7️⃣ To exit, place both hands on the pole in front of you. Lower your hips back and bend your left knee. Extend & lower your left leg to release the wrap. This does require hamstring flexibility! •
    Common Mistakes: ❌ Mistake #1 - Fabric is too tight around your waist! Give yourself a bit more slack in step 3. •
    ❌ Mistake #2 - Fabric is too loose around your waist! Give yourself less slack in step 3. •
    ❌ Mistake #3 - Foot slips when rotating the leg behind. Aim to keep your foot sickled & pressing into the pole. Once you're fully rotated you can adjust it to a pointed foot. •
    🔆 Warming up with hip rotation in a straddle & stretching your arabesque position can help as shown in the video! •
    ⚠️ Alternative version: If you're working on stretchy silks you may choose to circle the fabric twice around your waist in step 3 for added security. •
    💛 We'd love to see your progress! Tag #iloveap

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