Part 3: Extended Linear Isolations! I know I keep refering to iso-pops and linear isolations but if you just ignore my name titles and look at what I'm doing/watched the other tutorials it'll be all good :) I think this move is something I must have just come up with or seen somehow, because I always thought it was a linear isolation and that an actual linear isolation was an iso-pop (although I knew all the moves... I DONT KNOW) anyway, enjoy and learn the tricks! This video is long as hell but (hopefully you'll find it) really thorough. Let me know if you need any help/it worked for you/didn't work, etc!