THE HANDSTAND BOOK
This program contains an 8-chapter eBook and 8-episode video series that covers everything about the handstand. We break down key concepts, mobility routines, starting position, alignment and anything else you can think of.
Chapter 1: Get to know the end position. This provides you with a reference point you can compare your Handstand against.
Chapter 2: Linday breaks down the optimal range of motion for each of your 'Handstand Joints'
Chapter 3: How to build Handstand specific strength as a beginner using the assistance of a wall
Chapter 4: How to build a consistent handstand with three different entries
Chapter 5: Learn which directions you are most likely to fall during a handstand and the best way for a graceful exit.
Chapter 6: Best practice strategies to get good at Handstands.
Chapter 7: How introducing variety into your training can help you better understand the golden rule of Handstands; centre of gravity over base of support.
Chapter 8: Lindsay identifies some of the weak links which are often overlooked when Handstand-ing
If you don’t read about something that will change your workouts forever, we will provide you with a full refund.
“A well thought out product with a clear and easy to follow progression to take you from zero to handstand hero.”
GO FROM BEGINNER TO BALANCED
We focus on building a solid foundation and introduce more advanced concepts each chapter. Progress forward by completing the workout at the end of each chapter.
We’ve identified the skill learning strategies that will give you the most bang for your buck. Each episode, we highlight two to three of the most important concepts that will change your Handstand.
EPISODE #1: END GOAL
Lindsay Camerick (@lind.slaaay) was a powerlifter, diver, dancer and yogi. Four years ago, the art of handbalancing swept her off her feet (literally). With a background in Psychology, she understands that being strong involves both your brain and body. Her unique style will show you how to Get Good using a mix of skill acquisition strategies and basic and not-so-basic progressions.