Karate Flops Breaking It Down With Science Some people really know how to break it down. One False Move However, breaking it down wrong could land our dancer with a broken face. The basic idea is for the dancer to continually rotate with splayed legs for a super-fresh 'windmill.' The Windmill This difficult move, known as the windmill, challenges the dancer's control over his center of gravity. An experienced break dancer will spin faster and evenly to maintain stability. Bouncing Deceptions Every trampolinist knows these little bouncy devices can be your best friend or your worst enemy. Positioning Is Everything Between the forces of gravity and stored energy from the trampoline, the trampolinist must use his positioning to control the direction of his bounce. False Since of Fearlessness Motorcycle stunt drivers are fearless. Attempting the Stoppie But there's one stunt that fills them all with dread; the "stoppie." By hitting the front brake while traveling at high speed, the rear wheel lifts off the ground, leaving the bike to continue moving forward on the front wheel. Balancing Act The trick lies in keeping the balance on the front wheel, but that's not such an easy task. Tricks of Deception A scooter rider performing a scooter back flip. Easy enough, right? Wrong. There are several factors that are behind this trick that will prevent you from landing with a face full of grass or worse, cement.