Well i was assigned Chandelles to teach for my CFI stuff and I've run into a problem and my newbie cfi didn't quite explain it to my satisfaction. So how i've always done them is first 90 degrees 30 degrees bank full power and pitch up. At the 90 degree point bank rolls out pitch stays even until completion and this is where my problem lies. The book AFH 9-6 is saying as the vertical component of lift increases in the 2nd half of the maneuver backpressure will need to be released to maintain pitch attitude. All the lesson plans i've reviewed from people and inflight instruction has been to increase back pressure as airspeed keeps falling in the 2nd half to maintain pitch attitude. So whos right? It "works" the way i've been taught but thats contrary to the AFH.