1. Handstand.

This is the practice phase. If you perfect going into a handstand and then holding yourself in that position, then the tips following this one become easier. You need to get your legs all the way into the air. But this is not done directly. You need to get your hips on top of your head first. And when you are done with that, you will see your feet automatically following suit.

To achieve this, make sure you start with one leg. Make it swing for the other to do the same and then push your hips so as to get your legs in the air. Then you have to fall back down. You will want to squeeze your fingers, spread them out straight and then loosen your legs so that they fall back.2.

2. Alignment.

It is easier for beginners to start with handstands facing the wall instead of without any support. To start this, you need to go into the position against the wall. Walk into the position with your legs until they have been stretched out completely. And then stay in the position.

Then, straighten your arms and push your upper body a little bit away from the wall so that you are no longer leaning into it. And then make sure you are absolutely straight; close to the wall, parallel to it, but it in way touching it.

To exit this position, you’ll need to walk back down.

3. Hip and Core Engagement.

This basically is about hip movement and how you can activate your core doing so. This is facing away from the wall. You will need to place your hands a little bit close to the end where your floor meets your wall, swing one foot like in the first tip up, and then let the other follow suit.

Once your legs are up and your feet are touching the wall, you should practice a back and forth between your feet and the wall. This will activate your core and facilitate hip and core engagement.

4. Straight Arms and Legs.

A handstand requires for you to push your arms straight so that your feet, calves, waist and your arms are in absolute synch and are straight. To do this, you need follow the above tip and then work on straightening your arms so that your elbows are not jutting out.

5. Focus On One Point.

This is to maintain your equilibrium when you are in the handstand position. The trick is to look at a single spot between your hands on the floor. This will help you stay in your position for longer. Practicing will make your handstands even better.

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