years of failure at a trick can be fixed by a russian coach telling you ‘do it with no falling. is much more beautiful for the public that way.’
after you control your fear, anything is possible.
there is nothing that is physically difficult in acrobatics.
flexibility is the most important thing in the world.
juggling does not suck.
if you do a trick correctly the first time, you will never, ever, ever forget how it is done.
there is no expectations on a person that cannot be raised by their success.
sometimes, you are right.
sometimes, you even know it.
a one-armed handstand is just holding yourself up with one hand.
a standing full twisting back somersault is just jumping really high, arching your body, kicking yourself in the chest with your knees, hugging yourself while looking over your shoulder, and then straightening out.
strength is the most important thing in the world.
if you feel the responsibility that goes along with holding someone over your head and then throwing them for a back flip, there is no way that you will let them fall.
if someone you trust tells you that you can do something you have never done, they are right. So do it.
charisma is the most important thing in the world.
if skill is developed by learning, then creativity is developed by playing.
people like seeing you do something you enjoy more than they like seeing something that is difficult.
show an acrobat a skill they have never seen and they will try it. if they fail, they will fall in a funny way.
when a russian tells you to do a double back salto from a wall, do it.
even if he is kidding.
sleep is the most important thing in the world.