This is the first in a new series that shows an average day life, except that the person gets around while in a handstand. This is from Tim “Livewire” Shieff a famous freerunner.
It starts off with a forearm stand.
There’s lot of walking on the hands.
A bit of a supported one armer as he pays to get in the station.
Riding down the escalator, and taking a few downward steps at the end too. He covers a flight of stairs a little later on.
Finally he holds a stable handstand inside the departing subway train. Considering they tell you to hold onto the rails if you’re standing, this probably is much harder then it looks.
I wondering how the backpack may have made this slightly easier by lowering his center of gravity.
I can’t say for sure as I wasn’t there, but this was most likely just done shot at a time. Is anyone else interested in trying something like this? To do the whole thing in one shot would be truly legendary.
Hell Yeah man! You’re damn right about that dude! To do the whole thing in one shot would be truly Legendary indeed, and let’s not forget: Also Ferocious!
@Matti: Thanks for letting me know about this Matti!
@admin: Hell Yeah man, no problem bro!
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Hopefully one day i’ll be able to do this too.