HANDSTAND JOURNEY – PART 1 | Beginner Handstand Tutorial

HANDSTAND JOURNEY – PART 1 | Beginner Handstand Tutorial

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    Long Pham

    Hi, can you give me an advice on how long shuold i train anh my routine, and had basic on gym so i dont know that if a beginer like me in handstand and my wirst feel hurt when i keep only for 5s.Thank you.

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    Gisele Branger

    Excellent step by step instructions on proper practice and proper form — not only in this video but in every demonstration I have watched on your channel..Subscribed!

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    Malte Persike

    Hey Gabo, such a great video series on the handstand. I can do many of the basic progressions like the wall handstand. Alas, I have one problem. After doing the handstand, fingers on my right hand are kinda numb and tingle, sometimes for hours. I'm aware this might be a carpal tunnel issue. Is there anything you would recommend to alleviate such issues, such as stretching, mobility or strengtheing excercise?

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    Bunnydragon

    Decided to challenge myself and practice handstand every single day following your guide. I'm 11 days in and making good progress. However I was wondering if there is any merit practicing headstand along handstand to let my wrist have a small rest for exemple? Thanks for being an inspiration Gabo, hope you have a great day!

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    Arjun S Saud

    Hey big bro…i want ask you..one thing ..i m. confused about first should i lose my weight …or start to do hand stand …
    Tell me..plz ..should i train to hand stand becoz i m overwieght …
    So tell me plz what should i do first?

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    Jesse Parbhu

    Thanks for being straight and up front with us about training handstands if you don't practice almost every day it won't happen, really appreciate that thanks

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    hooman kharaz tavakol

    Hi Gabo! Thanx for your informative videos. Which posision of shoulder do you recommend in Handstand? In external or in internal rotation? It is conterversial in above head push presse in pro wheightlifting too (handstand is the up side down version of an old push press nä?)

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    moustafa mortada

    I have enough strength and alignment but I struggle with balance and how to fall down… could you help please?

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    raul corona

    Gabo, you are the man! I’ve been practicing and have everything down besides my alignment, this video (beginners or not) helps incredibly and concepts are explained perfectly. Thank you Gabo!

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    Lee Buchanan

    Love the music but can you turn volume down a touch please, realise your outside but still quite hard to hear voice at times

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    Max Kiriakidis

    Mate I really like your videos and how you make everything easy to understand but there is something about your look that radiates arrogance that doesn't come across very nice, no offense just a feedback.

    Good luck with your channel!

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    Bence Keresztury

    I love your vids man! Could you do a one-arm handstand tutorial at some point? I am really working towards it since a year now, but I still don't fully have it. I would be really curious about your tips regarding OAHS 🙂

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    Maria Schumann

    I love your dedication for handstands and how it shows in your videos! Thanks for sharing all this knowledge about the amazing journey of handstands!

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    Mar & Luis Salud

    Gracias por los subtítulos en español¡¡
    Por favor, puedes compartir técnicas seguras para caer cuando se pierde el equilibrio?

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    Stealth Man

    Good Morning Gabo
    Before I made this comment, I trained for a few months on my handstand with the help of your videos, so thank you. Anyway I'm able to only do it walking up the wall, because I feel more secure, however kicking up against the wall for me is intimidating, because I don't trust my arm or shoulder strength enough. The funny thing is, I'm able to do headstands without any wall or support of any kind. Do you have any suggestions?
    Thank you

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    Sam Mujkic

    Great video one of the best thank you explaining static and dynamic, put next time negative movement before positive moments, I bean teaching over 22 years ,and u my friend have gift to teaching pep…. amazing work yes ,mobility, balance ,agility, endurance and strength 5 elements to become Avatar lol ,keep it up great job again I'm so happy to see u video ,cheers

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    Aatil Wahid

    Your so honest. Thankyou for letting me Know it's not happening over night but rather with consistency and determination. 😊

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    Joost Kamphuis

    Hey Gabo. I have a lot of trouble with the Crow Pose balance test. I have a hip problem and cannot bend 1 of my hips to my chest enough or perhaps i am doing something wrong?. Do you have another suggestion to train my balance or should i just skip it and move on for the normal handstand is doable.

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    jorge perez

    Gracias en verdad lo pondré en práctica, y espero me sirva, ahora áre un entrenamiento inteligente, gracias por los subtítulos en español, ojalá pongas subtítulos en los demás videos, los compartiré con mis amigos !! Saludos desde México

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    Alex Zhu

    Your channel deserve more views, I have been following your routine for two weeks now, the progression that I made is tremendous. Thank you!!

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    J H

    thank you for your closing remarks. I have been training 3 hours, 6 days a week for over 8 months and the progress is incremental. Sometimes I feel disappointed in myself that I haven't achieved a sufficient level but your words of extreme patience and dedication are probably the most encouraging and resonant.

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    Arvind Bhave

    Fantastic series. I am a beginner and I have been going through the drills for 6 weeks now. I watched your video today and got my first handstand off the wall for 3 seconds- twice!!
    Thanks man.
    I love your videos. I am sure they'll help me in my journey.

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    Flavio Angelini

    Why nobody talks about the way to get on the handstand, i mean the little feet jump that brings you to the hs position. I definitely consider it crucial, it's the input, the base, why didn't you talk about it? Could you?

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    Kevin Burgess

    Thank you! This video taught me exactly the level I am at. I can do handstand facing the wall, but I cannot fall. I am reluctant to do handstand against the wall frequently in case I fall backwards.

    The twist -cartwheel fall technique you teach is great, but you move forward with your right hand. If I were to try to move backward with one hand while facing the wall, I fear I may hit my head, possibly hurt my neck, as I cartwheel out.

    Can you teach us how to practice falling from facing-the-wall handstand position, preferably without a friend to spot?

    Great videos!

    Kevin

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    sennalotus12

    Wrists and Tendonitis with straight elbows, hurts, but I would like to keep practicing and if you could show videos how to proper fall out of handstands for beginners – very interested and I belong to your group here….also, tough to hit bridge pose from handstand cause I cant get my feet beneath me fast enough, so I hit my back like a falling tree – Timber! lol

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    Aditya Purwanto

    Thanks for beginner tips, it is kick in at my head to start my journey there. Your video is an encouragement for me

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    Md. Islam

    I just cannot move from 1.1 to 1.2, it is just too scary for me to do a handstand not facing the wall, any tips for that? BTW, I can do crow pose and headstand (against the wall as safety backup) for 30 seconds.

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    Adam Fripps

    I'm struggling with strength progression 2 ( Handstand against the wall) , when I apply pressure to my fingers to take my feet off the wall I can't find my balance and feet fall to the floor what should I do to prevent this?

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