Absorption: In moguls, the ability of competitors to maintain ski-snow contact as much as possible. Legs should be used as shock absorbers.
Back Scratcher: Maneuver in which the skis' tails are brought back and up to a minimum of 90 degrees to the horizontal. The legs must be together and the skis parallel.
Daffy: Maneuver in which one leg is brought up and forward while the other leg is simultaneously brought backwards and up. The move results in a 180-degree split position in which the front ski is parallel to the back ski.
Helicopter: A 360-degree revolution of the body on a vertical axis.
Iron Cross: A combination of the back scratcher and the tip cross. Competitors cross their skis and point them to the ground in a 90-degree angle.
Multiple Maneuvers: Combination of any set of maneuvers. Skiers must exhibit the full requirements of each of the individual maneuvers.
Mute Grab: A 360-degree maneuver with iron cross and a hand grab of the ski or foot. The iron cross with grab should be held for at least 180 degrees of a rotation.
Spread Eagle: A maneuver in which competitors extend their outstretched arms and legs to their sides. The skis should be parallel to each other (tails and tips equally spread) and 90 degrees to the body. The upper body should remain straight and upright without any noticeable forward bend at the waist.
Twister: Maneuver in which the skis are twisted a minimum of 90 degrees to the fall line. The skis should remain parallel to each other, together and 90 degrees to the body.
Tip Cross: Like an iron cross, a maneuver in which the athlete crosses the ski tips while remaining upright.