One: walk regularly and start to lower the upper body slowly but keep it perpendicular (I like big words) to the floor. Go till you reach the lowest point you can reach and slowly go up from there, all while walking. This builds endurance and tendon streanth allong with stability. If you have a partner to work with have him guide you with a hand on your head. this builds sensitivity in both of you.

Two: Stand with feet together. Tilt from the hips forward till your hands meet the floor and walk with your hands till you are almost parallel to the floor and back again. Now walk with your feet backwards to the same position and back. You can even do this sideways. There is no end to the fun… 

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