handstand

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Doing a handstand against the wall is not a complicated move. It takes some coordination and balance, but with a little practice, just about anyone will be able to achieve this.
How do you progress when the load is bodyweight? And in particular how do you progress when the exercise has a large skill component such as handstands?
As a yoga teacher, the upside of the handstand craze is it draws hundreds of new yogis to the practice. The downside is an overemphasis on strength in just a few parts of the body.
By his own admission, CrossFit coach Dave Ayres was not born with natural ability. This is why he finds himself always learning. Here Dave shares his learnings with you through ten of his best videos.
Let's take a look at the mobility and progressions involved in kicking up into a freestanding handstand.
For those of you who are anxious about the handstand pushup, specifically kicking up and being upside down, then we've got a solution for you.
Welcome to our Virtuosity video series, featuring Coach Dusty Hyland. This set of nine videos starts with the basic handstand position, and takes you through to handstand walking up and down stairs.
Upon blundering through the handstand straddle one day, I realized my approach was chaotic and unfocused. I was practicing consistently, but I was getting inconsistent results.
I'm a yoga teacher who teaches mobility at a CrossFit box. I love the community, but have some issues with the program. We all need some honest feedback from the outside from time to time.
Watch circus performer Yuval Ayalon perform a stunning set of 40 mixed presses and push ups on his hands.
To do the HSPU, you must learn handstand basics. There can be harmful implications of learning to kip before doing the handstand push up strictly.
Today is the big day! We're going to put all the skills we've been practicing together, and then we're going to handstand walk UP and DOWN a set of stairs.
We are getting closer and closer to a successful, free-standing handstand walk. This week we work on taking our handstand walk UP and DOWN, using step drills.
This week we focus on the partner walk drill so you can handstand further than ever before. We'll also introduce a small obstacle to start working on walking UP stairs.
The "wall pull" drill will allow you to work on perfecting form in a free-standing handstand and begin to walk out across the floor, but still have the wall close by to start over if needed.
Shoulder taps are a great drill to help you toward an effective and efficient handstand walk. You can do them on a box or on the wall. We'll cover the progression in this video.