So, I've been doing front flips and side flips on both the grass and the gym for quite a while now (2+ months) and decided it was time to get over my timidness and try out a webster on a table. I did my rotation a little bit slower and a little bit smaller than I usually do on the grass, and to my surprise, I landed it almost perfectly. I have a video, but it's of pretty crappy quality. Anyway, super excited and it gave my a lot of confidence to do some other flips, and I got both the side flip and the front flip off both a table and the rock down in a few minutes afterwards. About the webster and the front flip, are you supposed to completely let go out of your tuck and keep your legs straight so that you land straight?