Start as if your were going to jump into (OR step into) an Elevator with 2 bases, a flier, and a backspot. The flier, left base, and backspot will all start off the same as a regular elevator, BUT the right base will have his/her left hand in a regular position and his/her right arm will need to turn (elbow out) so it cradles the flier's right foot as shown in the picture to the side (Make sure the right base's right hand is underneath the foot for support).
As the flier jumps in, the elevator will smoosh, dip, and begin to extend. Upon extending the backspot will support the flier's waist and guide her as she turns to her right, and the left base will help pop her up and guide her foot. The flier will push off of the bases' shoulders, lift up with her chest, shift her weight to the inside of her right foot, hollow her body out, straighten her legs, tuck her chin to her shoulder, and turn by making sure her left hip comes around. The right base will pop the flier up, let go with his/her left hand, maintain contact (as much as possible) with his/her right hand, and twist her right hand with the flier's right foot.
As the flier comes round she will bend her legs and regrab the bases' shoulders, the backspot will reach and catch the flier's waist as it comes around, the left base will reach and regrab the flier's foot as she/he would for and elevator, and the right base will regrab the flier's right heel with his/her left hand and re-adjust his/her right hand on the foot so that it's in a normal elevator grip for the finish..
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