I know someone covered this in the last few months in a post, but I can’t find it on a search, so sorry to ask for a repeat. (I am probably spelling it wrong.)
If I am in the ballpark on the name, it is a roll that can be used when you are pretty much fully laid over the back deck (upside down of course).
- Could someone run the basic steps?
- How far back over the rear deck do you have to be, or where is the first time you are far back enough, for this to work?
My reliable roll is closest to a C to C, and I was trying some stuff last night that got me way back over the rear deck in a quite unplanned way. I came out of the boat because I was running out of air and comfort and it was the end of the night of a good bit of skills work, but it would have been preferable to directly get up from that that position. Once I am laid way back, the habits from a C to C don’t help much because it is harder to feel the distinct isolation of my active thigh.