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Handstands and Hand/Grip Positions

First off I want to remind you that the New Year’s Sale is still going. Check Hand Balancing New Year’s Sale to see how you can save 20.08% off of everything. It ends Saturday so if you’re putting it off you better do it now before you forget.For today I’ll dig into the question bag and answer […]

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Ichiske Ishikawa’s One Hand Handstand Stunt

Here comes yet another story from Ray Van Cleef. Some of the greatest foreign acrobatic performers to tour this continent come from the “land of the rising sun”. The Ishikawa Brothers left a mark that will long endure in the acrobatics’ hall of fame. This Japanese troupe consisted of four remarkably skilled equilibrists. The caliber […]

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Achieving Handbalancing Success in 2008

If you celebrate Christmas then I hope you had a wonderful time yesterday. If not, well then I still hope you had a great day. But Christmas means one thing is coming. That’s right, the end of the year is fast approaching.I have always found the new year is a reflective time for myself. But […]

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Death Defying Handstands

  Here comes another story from Acro-chat magazine. This one was written by Ray Van Cleef. Flirting with death yielded the “Open Sesame” to Inguar Anderson’s zealous desire to become a circus performer. His efforts to secure an opportunity were repulsed until he resorted to death defying stunts to gain recognition. This daring 27 year […]

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Weightlifting and Hand Balancing

Does lifting weights help to hand balance? The answer is yes and no. Let me qualify all the following by saying there are many different ways to lift weights. Whether you are doing power lifting, Olympic lifting, bodybuilding, or just good old fashioned strength training with barbells and dumbbells. How you lift matters as much […]

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Professor Orlick’s Books Available Now

Your education is the one thing you should pay more for than anything else. If you really want to become a master at the art of hand balancing or any other than you should expect to pay for the greats to teach you in one way or another. Professor Orlick, Paulinetti and Robert Jones are […]

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Close Encounter of the Bull Kind

My friend located this video from Pamplona, Spain when I was doing the Runninng of the Bulls. Someone in the stands just happened to be shooting the video. About halfway through you can see my closest encounter with a bull on that day. I know the quality isn’t very good but it certainly is me. […]

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Handstand Balancing, Positions and More

Here’s another question from John in England. Hello Logan, I’ve just received your manual which I ordered, thanks for sending it so prompt. I’m just approaching 40 years old and have become determined to do handstands and a few other basic gymnastic exercises. I’ve been practicing against a wall for a few months and can […]

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Handstands and Scientific Balancing

It looks like the new Ask A Question section on the site is popular.You can let me know any problems you are having and I will answer them. Here’s one question from Andres (and he‘s not the only one asking this). Hi yes, I will get right to the point so you don’t have to […]

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New Lost Art of Hand Balancing Website

I have finished the updates to the new site. Just go to https://www.lostartofhandbalancing.com to check it out.You’ll also notice a few new sections added in. –Success Stories Read and see people like you that have used the information gained here to gain hand balancing and acrobatic skills. Full of good information and tips about what […]

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