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Posted:Points aren't exactly a widely used term, but the way I've heard them, a point is a hand position for a move, usually just weaves. A regular 3 beat or 5 beat or 7 beat or whatever beat weave has 2 points, one on the left side of your body, another on your right. A fountain has four, two left, two right. For a 4 point weave, you basically do a fountain, but in wheel plane instead of wall plane. If you really twist your waist, you can manage to get another on each side, but it looks sloppy and you have to break your planes a little bit... I wouldn't bother It's basically doing the weave while spinning in a circle, but every 270 degrees you change directions so your torso doesn't snap