Standing vertically on the forearms in «Pincha Majurasana» (Photo 221), simultaneously strain all the muscles of the legs, torso and neck and firmly fix this position of the body. With an exhalation, slightly lean the straight legs towards the chest and shift the fixed body’s center of gravity towards the chest. Using the arms to brake the downward motion (Photo 222), change the position to «Chaturanga Dandasana» (lying face down on the bent arms and toes) (Photo 223) as smoothly and slowly as possible can. At the end of the downward motion, quickly change the position of the arms from the initial one on the forearms, and place the palms on the floor at shoulder width, as in the «push-up position». When the toes touch the floor, they should face forward, and the pelvis should be slightly higher than the line of the legs and the body in order to compensate for the downward inertia of the pelvis.