There is value to making yourself move in simple conditioning drills
This is it, the final day of this program. You have build a great a handstand practice if you made this far and should be proud of yourself.
As heavy as possible and aggressively. Directions of the day.
A lot of kettlebell movements today and skill building.
As if TGUs weren't challenging enough, let's add another twist.
We are coming to the end of our challenge.
If you cannot maintain form with the weight you use then, change the weight. Pride and ego should not dictate practice and principle.
Starting off the last week with some arm building exercise to help support you in your handstand.
Start the week off with a good session on the bench and then some.
Next week is the final week so, yeah, you should be doing some decent handstands right about now.
Safety considered, there is value to making yourself move in simple conditioning drills.
Work to “True” failure (loss of physical positioning) not “Relative” failure (loss of mental endurance).
After some hard work from head to toe, you'll get to recover with an interesting deep hip flow.
If sets require interruption at designated weights, or position breaks, make a minor adjustment and continue.
Each set should be difficult, violent, and feature sound positioning throughout.
Asymmetry rules the day as you alternate sides in a series of challenging exercises.
Goal is fluid, seamless transition from movement to movement, and hand-to-hand switches from side-to-side.