Shoulder freeze, freeze, position supported by the shoulder.
Also shoulder chair. Shoulder freeze with the hand on the side of the supporting shoulder stabbed into the side of the waist or lower back, as in an elbow chair, such that the tricep is on the ground. The name is derived from how breakers used to move their feet as if pedaling a bicycle in this freeze, sometimes spinning .
One-Arm Shoulder Freeze
Also shoulder freeze. Shoulder freeze supported by only one arm.
Shoulder freeze with one leg resting on the elbow.
Shoulder freeze with the limbs straight, as in a star.