Handglide, power move, a spinning, one-handed turtle freeze.
Variations include all spins on the hands, with the body lower to the ground than in a 1990.
Handglide in an airbaby position.
Handglide in an airchair position.
Also reverse airbaby spin. Handglide in an airstep position.
Also air glide. Spinning one-hand tuck planche, resembling the Kher in gymnastics. Done by Emilio in 1991 .
Inside Baby Spin
Also side baby spin. Handglide in an inside baby position. Done by Robin in 2001 .
Also UFO (cf. UFO floats). Handglide with two hands and the arms straight, such that there is no stab. Named for its transition from a handglide where the body is lifted, in analogy with an elevator. Done by Paulo Nunes in 1989 .
Elevator supported by only one arm.
Handglide spinning counterclockwise on the right hand, or clockwise on the left.
Also sideglide. Handglide in a sidechair position. Done by Alien Ness in 1984 .