This article is about a movement which can be dangerous if preformed incorrectly or without proper preparation. Perform this movement with caution.

A webster is a frontflip off of one foot. The forward leg is used to push off and the rear leg is used for momentum, similar to an aerial.


  • Axe webster A webster done from a standing position. Momentum is gained but bringing the leg up (in front of the performer) and quickly swinging it down and up again behind. Named after the axe kick.
  • Loser A webster performed moving backwards. The name comes from the fact that ground is being lost.

Tips Edit

  • Remember to push off the forward leg as hard as possible, and drive upwards, not forwards.
  • Put your lead foot slightly ahead of you so that you take off upward.

Tutorials Edit