Handstand From Sitting

The following, going to a handstand from sitting position, is an intermediate skill though it can be made easier or harder.

This video shows you a good example of how you can do this move.

Handstand From Sitting

This is probably the easiest form to do this skill in.

1 – Start in an L-sit position
2 – Tuck your legs
3 – Come to a tuck planche or bent arm tucked position.
4 – Press up to a handstand

You can reverse the positions and come back down from a handstand to sitting position as well. This skill is just slightly harder then the frogstand press.

To make this more advanced keep your arms straight then entire time. This may take a little less strength but more flexibility.

To make it much more advanced keep the legs straight the entire time. This requires much more flexibility to bring them through your arms, plus compressive ability.

To make this skill easier try it from parallel bars.

How to do the One Hand Handstand by Professor Orlick
ow to do the One Hand Handstand on Amazon

The handstand from sitting is a great hand balancing press skill no matter how you do it so start working on it.

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2 Responses to Handstand From Sitting

  1. Jean-Luc July 2, 2012 at 9:24 pm #

    Thanks for this, it really motivates me and make me look forward to be able to do it myself. 🙂

    • admin July 6, 2012 at 9:47 am #

      @Jean-Luc: Not an easy move, but not so difficult you may never get it. A good one to make a personal goal.

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