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The photo shows the correct landing position of a front-drop. Notice that the head is kept up. The hands and forearms are flat on the bed and feet are slightly lifted with a little bend at the knee. (This will help the return up to feet after landing in the front position).
Starting from hands and knees here, the person aims to land in a correct front-drop position and for the tummy to land where the knees were on take-off.
In order to do this the feet have been pushed backwards, keeping the body flat and head up.
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