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Many of you are practicing your handstands, handstand pushups, and want to be able to hold your handstand so I have a few tips on how you can do that... better.
It took lots of practice holding on to things before you were able to stand on your feet without help, so first things first, practice against the wall to get your bearings. Gradually, you can kick your feet off the wall and try to hold it on your own, but before you really start working on that, you need to focus on your form.
Go back to standing on your feet. There are a few hinges your body has that we need to make sure are in the correct angle. Mainly straight. It would be difficult to stand up if you were hunched over or tried to stand with bent knees all day, so don't do that in your handstand. While you are against the wall focus on making your body as tall as possible. Push through your shoulders to get rid of any shoulder angle, keep your elbows straight, squeeze your butt to prevent any piking or arching of the back and stand up straight - on your hands of course.
When you are ready to do it more on your own, use your wrists, hands and fingers in a handstand just like you would use your ankles, feet and toes to stand on your feet. If you are on your feet and you lean forward, you use your toes to push on the floor to bring you back to center. If you are falling back, you can use your heels to do the same although you have less leverage so it's easiest to take a step backward. When you are in a handstand you can take a step back too, or to save it you can do a more difficult measure and push your shoulders over your wrists and use your shoulders to do a planche motion to save your balance and try to pull it back to neutral.
Here's a collection of videos with Jon Ham and Cari Ham using the TRX Suspension trainer. The TRX Suspension Trainer is a great tool for core training, balance training, strength training, and a great way to train your abs and total body. Although many professional athletes use the TRX to enhance their abilities on the field, the TRX can be used by anyone looking to get in better shape