Got another one from Stu Goldberg. That’s him in the middle in the jack-knife position.
According to Stu this is one of the toughest middle man tricks. A huge strain on the triceps, as I’m sure you could imagine. But its even worse when the top-mounter ‘planches’ his handstand, like in this case.
The next time you and two of your friends are looking for something to do, give this a shot. Except you might want to get a few years of practice under your belt first.
On another note, I want to remind you that the Tumbling Course launch is winding down. If you want to save $30 and get in on the tele-seminar you have to order before Tuesday at midnight (PST).
If you’ve already ordered I’ll be sending instructions regarding the tele-seminar soon.
Plus I just realized that we passed the One Year Anniversary of the Lost Art of Hand Balancing website last week. Its come a long way in that time, but there is so much more to do. Here’s looking forward to the next year being bigger and better.
A big thanks to all of you for being along for the ride, especially if you were here from the beginning. To celebrate I’m going to put together a special event of sorts. Watch out for that soon.
Good Luck and Good Hand Balancing,
P.S. Not much time left. Join the others and get started tumbling now.
I have pics of women basing larger men in that pose. Only a couple such pics exist, but there must be a way to base that move without being that well built.
@Mike: If you have it right then being a base shouldn’t take much muscle. If the bone structure can support the weight even a light women could support much more with a little training.