In this element, the spotter is initially positioned behind the receiver, then moves to their side to provide support for the landing, since it is not uncommon for the receiver to feel a little lightheaded and unbalanced after being inverted for awhile.
Also notice how the giver is not extending their arms enough here before bending their knees and lowering the receiver. This requires the receiver to make an unnecessarily greater effort to return to a balanced and stable standing position.
This illustrates the giver performing the element a little too fast. They are not waiting for the arms to be completely extended before bending their knees.
Extending the arms properly offers the receiver a more stable position where they can better see the ground and know where to put the feet down.