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Mats Trane

This is beautiful!

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Mats Trane

Yuval. Look at those traps.

 

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Bobby Bogdanovski

very nice

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Joshua Slocum

His movements are very graceful. Beautiful indeed. 

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ZRX38

Whats the hardest part of OAHS ? strength or balance? excuse me for my ignorance, i cant even do a free hs lol

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Joshua Slocum

Whats the hardest part of OAHS ? strength or balance?

Yes.

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ZRX38

Lol so i guess thats a 50% 50% ? :)

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Biren Patel

Lol so i guess thats a 50% 50% ? :)

100% 100%

:)

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Joshua Slocum

Lol so i guess thats a 50% 50% ? :)

 

 

Which part is more difficult will depend on the person. Either way you need a lot of both. 

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ZRX38

His youtube channel says "I have now been practicing handstand for more than 30 years! First as a Gymnast, and in the the last 9 years as a handbalancer and circus artist."

 

incredible dedication

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Vagabond

Honestly, I'd say it's the balance and the level of skill required to control it. You need enough strength, but the strength is easier to get compared to the skill itself.

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yuri marmerstein

definitely balance. 

 

the balance is achieved easier with the right combination of strength and flexibility.  Too much of either one and not enough of the other can be a deterrent

 

and Yuval is awesome

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Vagabond

Yup, it's all about control. Yuval is a great example of that, and I love his videos because he almost always shows single movements, but does them extremely clean, so much that the technique can be understood better by watching him carefully. In any case, I know that watching him helped me.

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