First start in a lunge; one leg is in front and bent with the knee over the toes, not in front. The other leg is straight and in back. Both feet are facing forward, all the weight is on the front leg, which is in a plie. Arms and palms are facing in, covering your ears. There should be a straight line from fingers to toes. Then we lean forward into a T or lever position. The distance between your feet is the same length as it is from the ground to your waist.
As you lever towards the ground your arms will contact the floor. At the point of touching the ground the distance between your arms and your front foot is the same as the distance from the floor to your waist.
Kick up to a straight body handstand, core engaged, squeeze glutes and hamstrings, head in between arms (no turtles), body stretched to its maximum like a rubber band stretched totally. At the end step back down into the T and return to the lunge with arms by the ears. Your core should be engaged (bellybutton pulled in and up) at all times and your glutes, hamstrings, ankles and arms stretched to the maximum and tension filled. At no time do you break your straight line from fingers to back foot.