Hello there, I'm a yellow belt in TKD. Due to some vision challenges, my instructor has me attending weekly classes in Hapkiye--basically Hapkido with a specific pivot toward using it to complement other arts. Specifically, the benefit he saw for me is in learning proper break falls. I'm getting better, but I was hoping to get a little feedback here. I am able to take a back fall from a standing position, but I'm still squatting for side falls and kneeling for front falls. On side falls, I'm having trouble training my torso to round and my hips to roll up. Therefore I basically just splat into the mat. Are there complementary drills or exercises I can do to help train my brain and body to do this? Would oblique crunches help, for example? I'm trying to avoid just repetitively slamming my 40 year old, 110 lb soaking wet body into the mat the wrong way until I get discouraged. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you!!!