Thanks to Harley who came up with names of the athletes of those pictured in the ringless Victorian. Tibbett and Armand Bouley.
Always good to give credit were it’s due.
Now another question I’ve received a number of times over the months. And then you can answer a question of mine.
Where do you get hand balancing stands like the professionals use?
I haven’t seen much on this. Though one time I found a professional stand on an Australian website running for $5995. A bit ridiculous if you ask me. And that didn’t include shipping!
Now most people aren’t even looking for that kind of setup unless they are professionals.
Still, I’ve been talking to a couple of people who know how to build things about coming up with something usable and inexpensive.
But before I pursue this any further I’d like to know if it’s really worth the effort.
And in case you’re wondering why people use these stands. It’s actually easier to balance on stands once you get use to them. They allow a little more action and you can grip better. Plus they just have a certain feel to them. In addition they give you an added range of motion for certain feats.
So are you interested in a pair of portable hand balancing stands?
Just post a comment below. Or send an email to [email protected]. A simple yes or no would do, but if there’s something in particular you’re looking for let me know.
Good Luck and Good Hand Balancing,