Sport: Men's Gymnastics - Rings
Starts with the gymnast in an inverted hang position, which then turns into deep pike with the hips held just above shoulder level. As the body moves upward, the gymnast pulls downward and outward on the rings to make the shoulders rise. The rings are then turned to make the body rise through the rings and toward the legs. Once this is achieved, the gymnast will push the rings downward to the side of the body, which serves to lower the body from a pike to a dish, thus completing the movement.