Mastering Your Handstand: 5 Reasons You're Still Struggling

You may think you’re strong - and you just may be - however, the handstand is a position that demands some serious mobility & strength in an area you probably never condition exclusively.

Strong wrists are one of the major keys to becoming proficient at any type of hand balancing. If you wish to start using your mitts as your feet then you had better make sure they’re good and strong before doing so.

Regular exposure to weight bearing and stretching is the simple approach to this. Along with a few key exercises it’s important to develop the habit of placing some weight on the hands everyday...

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