Movement Library:

Points of Performance:

1. Begin standing with your feet hip-width apart, arms by your sides
2. Squat down to the floor, and set your hands on the floor in front of you
3. Lift your glutes into the air, and start walking your toes forward, towards your hands. The goal is to get your feet as close to your hands as possible, in order to make the roll a very smooth, “tip-over” type movement
4. Tuck your chin into your chest as much as possible. You will stare are your belly button for the entire rotation, which will protect the head and neck. Do not keep a straight neck during the forward roll. Only the back of your head (Ladies, think of where your ponytail is) should touch the floor as you roll. The more you tuck your head in, the safer your neck will be
5. To initiate the roll, your elbows will have a slow, constant bend, until you find yourself rolling down one vertebrae at a time. Make sure the elbows continuously bend, slowly lowering your body to the floor. Do not keep straight arms
6. As your elbows bend, your hips will tip forward, allowing you to effortlessly roll. Your feet will land on the floor in front of you, promoting a safe, seated position
7. Once comfortable, you may increase speed, by moving faster through the steps

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