The sneaky V is the cousin to Marion Amber. They both involve split grip hands and trapping the leg. The main difference is the Marion Amber requires a fairly flat split while sneaky V requires no where near the flexibility. The sneaky V is lots of fun so give it a try.
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It's like the extended butterfly but cooler. It's cooler because under the right circumstances I can get it to look as good on both sides. The Marion Amber has been around for a while and is allegedly inspired by two pole dancers that came up with the move together.
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I have no idea who Marley is. I didn't know who Marley was when this pole trick came out years ago but anyway. Mostly this trick is a cocoon but instead of both hands on one leg the hands are on each respectively. It looks the best if you have a lot of back flexibility but the original hold did not have a back arch at all, making it right either way.
The first time I tried this on a 50mm pole I though my knee wrapped around the pole would split open and the bone would just pop right out. It hurt so bad. It got easier once I realized give yourself a head start by arching your back and pushing with your lower hand on the pole until you get into position then lower slowly and arch as hard as you can.
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