I eliminate twist turns by rotating my harness horizontally to separate my two riser bundles.
I start from my carabiner and work my way up to my fronts by putting the strap flat.
If the fronts are not free, there is a turn in the harness
Turn the risers in either direction to free the fronts and then apply the same direction of rotation to the harness
When I leave the carabiner I check that everything is flat to my leading edge and that my fronts are free
To eliminate the keys: with one hand I comb my lines and with the other I release my brake halyard
The glider is now well prepared, I can go and sit in the harness.
Before settling in, move the harness backwards so as not to strain the line
Then check that the rescue parachute's needles and handle are securely attached
We put the harness on like a backpack and then we attach the leg straps, chest strap and chest strap in the same order
I then do my safety procedure by checking all my attachment points without forgetting my helmet
I move back a few steps
Starting from the link, I walk down the length of my riser to the brake to avoid possible turns
I untie my handle and then with my thumb I grab my front riser by passing between my leg and the riser
Check that the A's are in hand, that the B's and C's are resting on the front arms and that the brake lines are free.