Secrets of the Handstand DVD details

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Here’s the full (or close to it) details on the new video product that should be ready to go this weekend.

The Secrets of the Handstand Quickstart Guide is a DVD showing you my system for working up to confidently holding a handstand.

A few of the clips I’ve put up on the blog are straight from the DVD. So if you’re expecting Hollywood level camera work then you may be disappointed. It’s just me talking and showing you how to do the moves. High quality information not graphics.

Along with the DVD is a newsletter delving into more detail about the specific moves and related tips and techniques. Obviously, this is for beginners.

But this is only the start. It’s the launching pad for my new monthly program Acrobat Accelerator – Insider Secrets for Hand Balancing and Acrobatic Mastery.

The definition of Acrobat is: an athlete who performs acts requiring skill, agility and coordination.

Therefore the goal of the Acrobat Accelerator program is to accelerate your acrobatic skills.

Each month will be a new DVD and newsletter covering more on hand balancing, tumbling and gymnastics feats, delving into related areas like strength training, yoga, Parkour, and many other fields. Whatever can help you get better.

Don’t worry if you’re just starting off or well practiced as there’ll be ideas and exercises for beginners and advanced Acrobats. Plus there’s more on top of the DVD and newsletter.

If you’ve invested in the Hand Balancing Mastery Course you’ll get the Quickstart and first issue as soon as they are ready.

But if you haven’t invested in the course you might be wondering how much it is?You can get the Secrets of the Handstand Quickstart Guide and a month in the Acrobat Accelerator program for…

Actually, I want to have a little fun with this. Why don’t you try and guess the price.

To make it more interesting the first person to guess the price correctly will win it and 3 months in the program for nothing.

Good Luck (guessing) and Good Hand Balancing,
Logan Christopher

P.S. Seriously, send an email ([email protected]fhandbalancing.com) or reply to this blog post to shoot out your best guess. What’ve you got to lose?

 

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