A tilt is executed by entering into a body position and adjusting the position of the upper body of the flyer. The tilt is nothing more than leaning the upper body of the flyer, while maintaining the body position. Typically, a Stretch Tilt is a Heel or Front-Stretch where the flyer will lean the upper body towards the base leg. Tilts can be done in a Heel-Stretch, Front-Stretch, Bow-and-Arrow, and even some very talented flyers can tilt a Scorpion or Needle. When executing a tilt, the most important muscles to focus on are the core and base leg muscles. By engaging the core muscles, the flyer is able to maintain the center of balance for the stunt group.