After a tedious amount of prototypes, the arm piece add on is fully functional and robust. The arm add on consists of two large wooden rectangular boxes that lock into different postions on a bar. It is designed to help the user keep their elbows tucked in when doing a headstand with the fearless wall. It also comes equipped with two hand pieces to help give the user support when doing a handstand with the fearless wall. The inspiration behind this was when our group did a handstand and headstand in a yoga class, and the instructor pointed out how our elbows weren't tucked in which flawed our technique. The most evident problem of project was how the ridges on each box weren't fitting snuggly into the notches on the bar. However, this problem was fixed in the end resulting in the ridges on the two supporters fitting into the notches on the bar perfectly, along with the elbow supporters being able to be adjusted according to the users preference, while still maintaining the stability of the tool. The hand pieces were sucessfully implement onto the main bar so that the user could choose to have the hand pieces for support with the head/handstand, or remove them and have only the elbow supports. The finished product is in half scale and is able to be used with the main wall piece when in full scale.