The Two-foot High Kick is a supreme test of abdominal strength and balance.
Jumping with both feet simultaneously, athletes kick a suspended ball, then land on both feet without falling backwards. The ball is raised in increments of four inches after each round. Each athlete is allowed three attempts at each height.
When all but three athletes have been eliminated, the ball is raised in one-inch increments until there is a winner.
The Two-Foot High Kick was historically used to communicate the success of a spring hunt.