They hip key is one of the most important skills in aerial silks. It can lead you many many places and is a prerequisite for a variety of popular silks tricks.
It may look simple at first glance, but successfully executing hip key can take a lot of work, and it can take years to refine it. Once you get comfortable with hip key on the ground, you can take it in the air. Eventually, you can begin working on straight-arm hip keys.
Have a look at the video below for some tips and tricks for unlocking your hip key.
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Aerial Silks Skill Tracker
These are skill trackers for beginning and intermediate aerial silks. They are an excellent resource for students and teachers.
Intro level = absolute beginner
Level one = familiar with silks fundamentals
Level two = proficient in basic skills and intermediate tricks
There is no consensus on the best order to teach aerial silks skills, although there is strong agreement about foundations. These charts offer just one logical option for skill progression.
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