Let’s assume you have a perfect line and all your articulations are solid. Like an object, when the forces acting on you are balanced, you will not fall. The only problem is that each part of your body is in constant negotiation with each other. Our aim is to understand where to release and to contract to have a perfect balance. This exercise allowed me to understand how to have the minimum variation in my movement and keep holding the handstand. The principle is simple to understand. Get in the inverted position (alone or with help). Lock all the articulations and keep enough contraction to mantain your line. Now feel the weight shifting front, back, left and right. Small contractions just with your fingers should be able to keep correcting your position to keep you aligned. Since objects don’t breath, they can rest without moving. We must learn how to balance all forces.