With more and more people using the latest technologies and applications, you can expect the rise of an ever-increasing number of platform flips.
Aerobic steps are a series of exercises where you push yourself to reach a goal by using the body’s own power.
This is the same technique you can use to create your own fitness platform with the help of a trainer.
But how do you get started?
Read on for some practical guidelines on how to build a platform.1.
What is a platform flip?
A platform flip is a combination of the words ‘platform’ and ‘flop’.
A platform is the platform that the platformers are standing on and are performing their platform flip.
Flops are platform flips performed on a flat surface.
You can think of them as an intermediate step.
How do you do a platform flop?
If you’re new to platform flips, here are a few key steps to get you started.2a.
Position the platform with your back straight, flat and straight in a straight line.
This will create a platform, as the body can move the platform back and forth without breaking it.2b.
Raise your hips and lift your feet to your shoulders.
This is the starting position for your platform flip3.
Lift your knees up, and keep them there.
If you want to get the most out of the platform, then stand up on your feet4.
Keeping your legs straight and keeping the hips straight, keep your hands in front of you, and push your arms up as far as you can.
If possible, keep them in this position as well5.
Release your arms and allow your legs to bend at the hips.
This creates a platform6.
Keep your shoulders level, keeping your knees bent at the knees, and your elbows slightly bent7.
Keep the elbows straight and keep your arms straight8.
Keep pushing forward and maintaining your bodyweight through the platform9.
If all goes well, you should feel the platform tip back to its starting position10.
Repeat the process, keeping a platform tip at the starting point11.
Keep going up and up, pushing your chest back and away from your shoulders12.
Continue pushing the platform forward and out of reach13.
As you push, you’ll feel your body slowly rotate and your arms begin to move back and the platform tips back14.
As the platform starts to tip outwards, the body begins to rotate its legs, allowing you to push the platform upwards15.
Keep trying to push outwards as you push the momentum of the body, as this will create momentum that will lead to the platform being raised into the air16.
If the platform is still stuck in place, then continue pushing forward until the platform has reached its starting point.17.
As your momentum continues, the platform will be pushed towards the front of your body, where you’ll be able to jump off it.18.
If it’s not your first time using a platform and you’re unsure how to do it, you may need to increase the number of steps you take to keep it on track.19.
Keep using your body’s power to lift the platform out of your way as you perform the platform flip technique20.
Keep repeating the platform flips until you’re comfortable with the technique21.
If your body isn’t used to platform flops being performed in this way, then it may take a little bit of practice.2.1 Platform Flops Are Done with a Trainer1.
Position your platform with its back straight.2: Place your hands flat on the ground, and place your palms on the floor, facing away from you.3: Push your elbows to your sides and your back towards your body.4: Keep your knees slightly bent and keep the hips in place5: Keep pushing your arms forward6: Keep the hands flat and your shoulders straight7: Keep pressing forward and keeping your body weight through the platforms8: Keep pulling the platform forwards and outwards9: Keep repeating platform flips10: Keep rolling forward and pushing forward11: Keep trying and pushing the momentum outwards to the front, so the platform points back down to the floor12: Keep moving forward and lifting your body up and away towards the trainer13: Keep continuing pushing forward14: Keep lifting your legs as far away as possible15: Keep holding your arms in front to the trainer16: Keep keeping your arms as straight as possible17: Keep rotating your legs, and lifting the platform backwards18: Keep going forward and away through the trainer19: Keep driving forward and throwing yourself into the trainer20: Keep letting go of the trainer21: Keep turning your body to the side and back, so that the trainer is now standing behind you22: Keep spinning your body around to the other side, and turning the trainer’s head to the left, as you rotate your body back