We’re going to do this modified first. We’re going to use our hands because people have a really hard time figuring this out. On your stomach, hands in by your chest, you’re going to lift chest up. Now when we go down, feet are going to come up. And then chest. And then feet. If you break in the arch, if you don’t hold the tight arch it’s not going to work, you’re going to look like a flapping fish on the floor. [laughter] You’re just going to go up and down, up and down, up and down. This is kind of how we start the rock movement. What we’re going to do now is go from hands and— hands pushing off the ground, up and down to lifting the arms up and just trying to rock. So it’ll go from here, pushing … Five with your hands and five, try it with your hands by your ears. The tighter you are, the easier it is to rock. If you relax in the middle and break at all, you’re not going to rock. Squeeze.