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rachaeldee:

How To Handstand
i get asked this question a lot, so i thought i’d make a picture guide to show how to kick into a basic handstand without wall assistance. my number one tip is to make sure you shift your weight onto your hands and engage your core before kicking up! notice the difference between the second and third pictures - your shoulders should already be square over your hands, not behind. this way you’re just bringing your legs up to the straight position, not shifting your entire body forward when kicking up. hands are shoulder-width apart.
holding the balance requires core, shoulder, and forearm strength. keep your core engaged and apply pressure to your fingertips or the heels of your hands to adjust and balance. being able to bend your arms (i.e. not locking your elbows) gives you even more control.
things to work on to improve handstands: planks, pushups, and handstand pushups (using a wall).
happy handstanding!
rachaeldee:

How To Handstand
i get asked this question a lot, so i thought i’d make a picture guide to show how to kick into a basic handstand without wall assistance. my number one tip is to make sure you shift your weight onto your hands and engage your core before kicking up! notice the difference between the second and third pictures - your shoulders should already be square over your hands, not behind. this way you’re just bringing your legs up to the straight position, not shifting your entire body forward when kicking up. hands are shoulder-width apart.
holding the balance requires core, shoulder, and forearm strength. keep your core engaged and apply pressure to your fingertips or the heels of your hands to adjust and balance. being able to bend your arms (i.e. not locking your elbows) gives you even more control.
things to work on to improve handstands: planks, pushups, and handstand pushups (using a wall).
happy handstanding!
rachaeldee:

How To Handstand
i get asked this question a lot, so i thought i’d make a picture guide to show how to kick into a basic handstand without wall assistance. my number one tip is to make sure you shift your weight onto your hands and engage your core before kicking up! notice the difference between the second and third pictures - your shoulders should already be square over your hands, not behind. this way you’re just bringing your legs up to the straight position, not shifting your entire body forward when kicking up. hands are shoulder-width apart.
holding the balance requires core, shoulder, and forearm strength. keep your core engaged and apply pressure to your fingertips or the heels of your hands to adjust and balance. being able to bend your arms (i.e. not locking your elbows) gives you even more control.
things to work on to improve handstands: planks, pushups, and handstand pushups (using a wall).
happy handstanding!
rachaeldee:

How To Handstand
i get asked this question a lot, so i thought i’d make a picture guide to show how to kick into a basic handstand without wall assistance. my number one tip is to make sure you shift your weight onto your hands and engage your core before kicking up! notice the difference between the second and third pictures - your shoulders should already be square over your hands, not behind. this way you’re just bringing your legs up to the straight position, not shifting your entire body forward when kicking up. hands are shoulder-width apart.
holding the balance requires core, shoulder, and forearm strength. keep your core engaged and apply pressure to your fingertips or the heels of your hands to adjust and balance. being able to bend your arms (i.e. not locking your elbows) gives you even more control.
things to work on to improve handstands: planks, pushups, and handstand pushups (using a wall).
happy handstanding!
rachaeldee:

How To Handstand
i get asked this question a lot, so i thought i’d make a picture guide to show how to kick into a basic handstand without wall assistance. my number one tip is to make sure you shift your weight onto your hands and engage your core before kicking up! notice the difference between the second and third pictures - your shoulders should already be square over your hands, not behind. this way you’re just bringing your legs up to the straight position, not shifting your entire body forward when kicking up. hands are shoulder-width apart.
holding the balance requires core, shoulder, and forearm strength. keep your core engaged and apply pressure to your fingertips or the heels of your hands to adjust and balance. being able to bend your arms (i.e. not locking your elbows) gives you even more control.
things to work on to improve handstands: planks, pushups, and handstand pushups (using a wall).
happy handstanding!
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Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
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Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
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Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
fitnessgifs4u:

Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
fitnessgifs4u:

Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
fitnessgifs4u:

Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
fitnessgifs4u:

Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
fitnessgifs4u:

Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
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Body Toning Workout…VIDEO
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"Surely every one realizes, at some point along the way, that he is capable of living a far better life than the one he has chosen."
Henry Miller, Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch (via psych-facts)