Much like the heel-stretch, the front-stretch will use the same method to pull the body position. The only difference between these body positions is the use of both hands for grabbing the “pulled” foot. Both hands should be placed on the foot, while making sure not to obstruct the view of the flyer’s face. If the “pulled” leg isn’t high enough, the extra hand may cross directly in front of the flyer’s face. With body positions, it is also extremely important for the flyer to keep their chest up and pronounced. By using both arms, the body naturally will close the chest of the flyer, so it’s important to practice getting this body position placed correctly. A perfect front-stretch is performed with both arms as close to the side of the flyer’s head as possible.