Yeah, that in a way is a serious question. Here's how it came about.
A lovely Intro to Second class. I did the sequence solid from first sun salutation to Pincha Mayurasana.
Dwi Pada was a highlight. I backed my mat up against a column, for just that TINY bit of support I need as an adjustment, and took lefty back. Still no problem. Lefty likes to go back. Then I took righty up in my hand, back toward the shoulder, and upward toward lefty. This is where lefty usually slips over and the pair end up hooked in front of my neck like the world's weirdest necklace.
But with just a touch of spine-on-wall, I was able to straighten my back enough to get righty over and I just barely hooked the ankles, cranked the shoulders back, and stuck an effortful but successful Dwi Pada. Five in front, unable to sit upright without the wall, and then five lifted up, which I think is easier.
But wait, the vinyasa out is Tittibhasana/Bakasana/jump. I'm back-to-a-wall. Well, this won't do.
So I put my hands down in front, and pushed up and boot-scooted, if you will, forward. Probably four times. Hopping forward with my feet behind my head. Miraculously, they stayed there. It was like doing the Tittibhasana sequence upside down, or, er, right side up, since the Tittis themselves are upside down.
Then I lifted up and hit the exit. Good stuff. Dwi Pada is still a tiring pose for me, and I think it's from having to CRANK the shoulders back to stick it.
In other news, the ligament soreness from two weeks back is easing up, which means that right-side Eka Pada is back on the menu.