With all the wide variety of hand balancing skills you can possibly do what should you focus on?
This is the topic of one of the eight special reports found in the Hand Balancing Mastery Course, but I’d like to give you a few details on it now.
The more time you spend practicing the more skills you can focus on. In fact, you’ll need to spread that time out into a variety of moves.
This may be obvious but it is nevertheless important.
If you don’t practice very often or for very long you’ll be better off just focusing on a single skill or two. Now this may involve doing several assistance or lead-up stunts that will the main skills. But its all in the efforts for just one goal.
That’s the other big part of what to focus on. It depends on what you want to accomplish. I believe simply by having a goal, especially with a deadline, you’ll make progress probably twice as fast.
That’s it for today. If you don’t have a set goal why don’t you figure out what that is and write it down. Then figure out the best way to approach it.
My goal is to hold a one arm handstand with real balance for at least five seconds by the end of this year. What’s yours?
I’ve found that the deadline part of the goal was the key for me. Even if I didn’t necessarily make that deadline, I worked harder when I had that deadline than if I had none.