"Pursue the enemy with the utmost audacity."
General George Patton
"All right, they're on our left, they're on our right, they're in front of us, they're behind us â€” they can't get away this time."
General Lewis "Chesty" Puller, USMC
Forward Roll to Stand: From a standing position, squat down and place both hands on the ground. Slowly roll forward and contact the ground with your head, tucking your chin to your chest and doing a somersault. Accelerate enough while doing the somersault so you have sufficient momentum to get on your feet and return to a standing position
Backward Roll to Stand: From a standing position, squat down and begin to roll backward. Place the palms of your hands on the ground behind your head, and as you begin to somersault backward, apply enough pressure to push off with your hands from the ground ,get on your feet, and return to a standing position.
Tripod to Stand: From a standing position, place both of your hands on the ground, shoulder-width apart. Squat down and form a tripod by bringing your knees up on your elbows. Roll forward slightly, curving your back and tipping your head to the ground. To move out of this position, gently roll your head back and up, straighten your back, and bring your legs down. As you roll out of the tripod, accelerate with your hips with enough momentum that you get on your feet and stand up.
Spider lunge: From a position in which you are on all fours but nearly lying on the ground, "climb" along the ground, keeping your body very low, arms and legs spread as wide as possible.
Bear Crawls: on all fours, back straight and head up, walk along on all fours, kicked heel to butt as you advance