There’s no doubt that building a solid, strong handstand takes a lot of work.
Not only do you need a lot of patience and practice upside down, you also need to make sure your upper body and core muscles are strong and stable to be able to hold you inverted for extended periods of time, and today’s video focuses on just that.
Some of these are slightly advanced exercises, so you should already be able to hold a handstand against a wall for at least 30 seconds before trying them.
If you’re not there just yet or you haven’t started working on handstands yet, make sure to check out our Beginner Handstands course to get started with your handstands today!
Watch the short video above for a demo of each of the exercises, then find a wall and get working!