What are the goals of the program?
This collection will provide you with workouts and drills to learn all things handstands
How to schedule the program into a week?
Schedule a handstand workout into your usual training split anywhere from 1-3 times per week. Handstand work typically focuses on core and shoulders so it would be a good substitute for days you train those muscle groups.
The more you practice the faster you will progress, but like all other areas of fitness, rest is also required to progress! I don’t recommend training handstands more than 3 times per week as it will be difficult to fully recover for your next handstand session.
How to get the best outcome of the program?
Stay consistent and listen to your body. Always warm up your wrists and rest as needed. If you experience wrist pain or soreness from too much all at once, you can use parallettes or dumbbells to place your hands on instead of the floor. This changes the angle of the wrist and puts less pressure on it.
Remember that everyone progresses in different ways at different times. There is no right or wrong way to progress. Your handstand journey is your own. Embrace the frustrations as much as the success and have fun with it!
What do I need to participate in this program?
A wall and some elevated surfaces like boxes and benches
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
These workouts are for all skill levels wanted to learn handstands!