There are two new articles up. But first a question from Larry in Hawaii.
“I am a little confused on the perfect handstand? which from what Ive read leads up to the one-handed handstand…Is it maintaining a perfectly straight body shown on page 92 or is it what is pictured on page 78 of “the true art and science of hand balancing” in fig.4 showing correct body position?? My goal is to balance on one hand. I have drawn out the diagram pictured on 16 of ‘how to do a one handed handstand’…hands seem kinda close…but above all what kind of body position am I striving for??”
Are you confused too? The first article answers this question in detail. If you‘ve ever thought you had to have a straight bodied handstand to do a one hand handstand the answer might surprise you.
Either way thought there are a few drills revisited that can help you alter your position.
Check it out: The Perfect Handstand
The second article is actually a small download. This one is for beginners.
The Ten Biggest Mistakes People Make When Learning the Handstand
And a small housekeeping note. The first Secrets of the Handstand Quickstart Guide packages will be mailed out tomorrow. If you want yours to go out with them order today.
Good Luck and Good Hand Balancing,
P.S. If you’re having any trouble with the download just go to Hand Balancing Articles page and you’ll see it there.