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Inertia Wave

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Instructions

Option 1: Wave Maker & Anchor Person

The Wave Maker holds the ends of the tubes securely and starts to spring the length of both tubes simultaneously as if they were shaking water off your hands. It's all about rhythm - do not muscle it. The Inertia Wave method is an oscillating, spring-like up and down continuous pattern. All of the energy comes from the center of the tubes. Do not let it hit the ground. If you hear the wind sound you know you’re doing it correctly.

Meanwhile, the Anchor Person holds the ends of the tubes on the opposite side and attempts to hold them in place.

Option 2: Wave Maker & Wave Maker

Both users are Wave Makers and simultaneously perform the Inertia Wave method as described above. Timing and communication are key.

Pro Tips

  • Always secure your safety straps and tighten the cord locks!
  • Keep your knees bent and spring-like.
  • Space your feet no wider than 12-inches apart.
  • Pull the tubes inward, close to your body.
  • Communicate!