- Shifting your weight to your pointed foot, lean over at the waist . Your extended arms will swing down towards the ground in front of you.
- As you lean downwards, start lifting the leg with no weight on it. Since you’ve shifted your weight to the foot in front, your back leg should left naturally. Simply keep that leg straight and use the momentum of your downward swing to propel it upwards.
- As your hands hit the ground, push forward with your remaining leg. Your second foot should now rise; the momentum of your other leg, which is already almost in place, will help propel this leg upwards.