You had mentioned that you were interested in learning how to do a planche, right? Yes. OK, have you tried one before on rings? Not on rings. With all this stuff we’re trying to do on rings, I would suggest that you try to learn it first on parallel bars or something static. So you can learn how to feel the control of being stable before you do it on the instability of the rings. This is pretty advanced stuff. I would always suggest trying to learn it first with something stable before you bring it here. This first piece of it, even if you want to do it tucked, that’s fine. That would actually be a good way to start. So, you’re gonna be here and then up in this tuck position here. Let me work on that first. So try to get your butt up a little bit. You want your back to be closer to parallel to the ground. Tuck up, there you go. Keep the rings in. Lock those elbows out. Good. Position looks great. Position looks great. You have a slight bend here. Yeah, I do. [laughter] You’re strong enough to do it. You’re using too much of your strength rather than that locked out joint position. That’s what we want to see, alright? Is that more stable? Because I feel like the rings are gonna go crazy. No, it’s definitely more stable. It’s more stable and it’s not going to require so much strength. You’re gonna be able to stay in that position a lot longer. Right now, you’re forcing yourself to use muscle this is just a locked out joing. You can stay here a lot longer. Also, don’t let them go out. You want to keep them about shoulder width apart. As soon as they start going out, that’s when you start getting unstable. Alright, let’s see just a regular planche. If my butt’s in there air, if I’m not flat, just call it out. Tell me. I’m supposed to be completely flat. Let’s see if I can do it. I feel really bad telling him that that’s not right. So that’s the straddle planche. So you want to be completely flat and level. Like I said, a good place to learn is on parallettes some place down low where you’re stable. So same thing, but take my legs out. Exactly. Straighten your legs out, keep them nice and wide. Good, good, good, good, good. Awesome. That’s good. The biggest thing you’re gonna have to work on is what your elbows are doing. So, even if you just take a step back— you’re great in the support position so even if you start to bend as soon as you get your butt up for that tuck planche move back to here. Go back to where you’re nice and locked out in your elbows and start over again. Eventually you’re gonna have to start over and learn it with this position, so just start right away. So you don’t have to learn it all over again.