So I have rolled up five, six, seven is very
simple. I am going to take both my left and my right arms; I am going to bend them to
a broken T. So both my left and right arms will bend to a broken T. I have rolled with
my left arm, grabbed above my head on six, seven I am going to hit a broken T. Now notice
that my shoulders are not so relaxed that my arms are almost touching each other. They
are nice and tight. If I were to extend them into a T, they would look like this. But I
am going to break them, there is a little bit of space between my fists to allow for
a good body position that the audience can see. I am not covering myself by crouching
over or by using poor posture. I am still very, very elongated with my arms in a T.
So I have rolled five, six, broken T on seven. I am right in front of my shoulders, my fists
are right in front, but I am not touching.