3-3-6e: It’s a little hard to tell from that angle, but since it’s an inversion that passes through or goes to a prep level, it needs two people who are on the ground supporting her upper body until she’s no longer inverted. The shoulder sit does not qualify as one of those people. They need to do two things to make sure that happens. 1) She needs to get her body up faster so that she’s not at shoulder level and still inverted. 2) One of those side bases needs to be under the top person’s shoulder to drive up and to be the second base/spotter/post on her upper body.