Finger Press to Strengthen Your Handstand Holds
Video by Travis Ewart
(Originally Published on June 16, 2016)

Forearm strength may be one of the most overlooked necessities in holding a handstand. Fear of tipping over in a handstand may be the most frightening thought for many people, and it may be happening more often then necessary. Imagine knowing that even when your handstand is leaning slightly too far and tipping over toward your backside that there is hope to pulling yourself back to vertical and saving your handstand! Toe and lower leg strength allows us to stand and lean forward without falling,

Finger Press to Strengthen Your Handstand Holds
Video by Travis Ewart
(Originally Published on June 16, 2016)

Forearm strength may be one of the most overlooked necessities in holding a handstand. Fear of tipping over in a handstand may be the most frightening thought for many people, and it may be happening more often then necessary. Imagine knowing that even when your handstand is leaning slightly too far and tipping over toward your backside that there is hope to pulling yourself back to vertical and saving your handstand! Toe and lower leg strength allows us to stand and lean forward without falling,

Banded Push-up Modification
Written by Melissa Hurley

Are you unable to do a solid push-up from your toes? Do you have a couple but wish you could rep out 10-15 more? Give this option a shot.

Measurable and Attainable:
The banded push-up gives you a measurable and attainable route to doing more push-ups. Keep track of the hole number (on the rack) and the band strength you use. Once you’ve reach a solid number (15-20+reps) unbroken, use a thinner band or go down a couple holes on the rack.