How to do a One Hand Handstand





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Published on Oct 1, 2008

http://legendarystrength.com - An excerpt from The True Art and Science of Hand Balancing - http://tinyurl.com/c9xt3pf - Tips from Bob Jones on how to do a one hand handstand.

To make it easier, the first time I successfully performed a one handed handstand, I used a wall. I simply used a corner where walls meet which made it easier to balance since you can press into the sides. However, keep in mind the fact that even with a help of a wall, doing a 1 handed handstand is hard to master. It takes a tremendous coordination and a strong core, so try to spread your legs out wide to make it easier. If you need additional challenge, just keep them together.

One more tip for this tutorial on one hand handstand is to avoid lifting your hand instantly off the ground. As you shift more and more of your weight onto the one hand start using the other less.

For more information on handstands, acrobatics and bodyweight training check out these great books on Amazon:

• How to do the One Hand Handstad is your roadmap to this awe-inspirng skill - http://tinyurl.com/bv6yv58
• The True Art and Science of Hand Balancing was written by two of the best hand balancers ever, Professor Paulinetti and Bob Jones creators and innovators of many moves like the One Arm Planche and Thumb Stand - http://tinyurl.com/c9xt3pf
• Walking and Jumping on your Hands to take you first steps all the way up to stair climbing, dancing and more - http://tinyurl.com/bruyazs


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