(1) Yes, but it’s really bloody hard. You’ve a training partner, use him
(2) Yes, start off with something like a Titan F6. Place the seem just above the boney part of your elbow, make sure the sleeve is pulled up so that there’s a 3 finger gap bewteen the end of it and the back of your elbow with your arm bent.
Pull it over your head once that’s done. Pull the shirt down, stick an elbow in the side and give it a yank down to pull it out of your arm pits, repeat on the other side. Put your elbow at the bottom of the shirt and give it a yank down to get it away from your throat. Should be nicely set there.
Put a belt around your waist, have someone pull down the front of the shirt so there’s no wrinkles. Put your arms straight out in front of you and lift them up. Belt up. Doing that pulls the collar up towards your neck and keeps the front of the shirt smooth, making it easier to touch. Once you get the hang of that, start to pull the shirt down instead of lifitng your arms up. The more you pull it down, the harder it is to touch, the more carryover you should get.
A good tip with the F6 is to aim to touch where the “IPF approved” logo is.
(3) Yup. Handy enoguh job. Get some suit slippers as well tho to make it easier. Oh and with the shirt, get some plastic carrier bags, cut/rip the end of them open and put your arms in. Put the handle of the bag between your index finger and thumb and use that to slide the sleeves of the shirt up over your forearms.[/quote]
Thanks a ton Hanley. Should I get any Baby Powder?