Handstand walking is one of the most impressive functional fitness moves to master. Not only does it require considerable strength, balance, and control, but it also certainly is one unique skill to have. The key is practice and patience. Here in this blog we will talk about how to perform handstand walk for beginners.
Walking on handstand is a full body workout and one of the few ways to workout your biceps without equipment. You get to work your triceps, biceps, wrists, forearms, shoulders, back, chest and abs along with leg muscles.
- While performing handstand progression ensure that you maintain a tight, hollow hold, shrugging your shoulders toward your ears, keeping your feet together, and actively pushing into the ground.Hold in the position, building to at least 60 seconds.
- Once in your perfect, hollow, and tight handstand position, shift your weight to one side and try to lift the opposite hand off the ground slightly. For example, lean toward your left and try to lift your right hand off the ground.
- Kick up just a few feet from the wall and let your heels slightly drift ahead of you. This is what helps you begin to move forward.This is yet another opportunity to build strength and confidence. You can also work on your free handstand hold by pausing in your handstand for a moment before you start to walk.
- Take it away from the wall to build your vertical balance, shoulder strength, and core. Try kicking up into a handstand hold in a free space. Ensure that you
- Maintain an engaged ,hollow position
- keep your feet together and pointed
- It Increase your general athletic ability.
- To train your balance and body awareness.
- To strengthen the muscles of your upper body.
- To reach perfect level in Crossfit.
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