When I’m doing a strict muscle-up, I’m really trying to work on that full range, making sure that when I start I’m in that completely extended postion and working through each of those transition points to make sure I’m completing it before moving on to the next piece. So that nice, extended position chest up, head up when I start, rings turned out. Doing that full pull-up trying to get those rings as close to my chest to that pec area before I do any transition. I want to make sure I complete this before I try to get the rings on top of my hands. The transition part of it, the turnover what I’m trying to do is keep the rings as close to my body as possible. And trying to get my shoulder right over my hands. So some of it is a shoulder flexibility issue, being able to complete that dip, that bottom part of that dip where you can have your shoulder almost right on top the top part of your hand. That’s what I’m really trying to feel. If I can sit in that position, I’ll be pretty good. And then from there I try to hold myself there a little bit just kind of work on the stretch on the front part of my deltoid. And then complete that dipping action, pushing all the way up. Completing that good support where my chest is up and my head is facing forward. I’m really trying to turn those rings out with my elbows locked out. I do look down, but what I focus on more is trying to create a little arc with my shoulder. I try to create this little arcing action off my shoulder. Finishing that pull-up and trying to create that arc where I get right on top of my shoulder and my shoulder right on top of my hand it is kind of a quick action. Even when I slow it down it’s still going to be pretty quick. I don’t think so much where my head is at, I try to keep it as neutral as possible, I try to make sure that it’s coming more from my shoulder than anything else. Try to force that into that arcing action. The tighter the body, the better. Gymnastics is really about trying to utilize your body as one piece. I try to reinforce that so much that your body has to be working together when you’re doing the action, rather than in segments. Even when I’m hanging, the first thing I think about is make sure that I’m as tight as possible. I’ve gotten to a point now where it’s natural for me to be really tight. When you’re first learning it, you’re going to have to reinforce it. Hey, I have to squeeze my legs, I have to squeeze my butt, I have to squeeze my core before I initiate any action. You want everything to be working in that same direction that you’re trying to travel rather than in opposition.