Bob Sanders Posted August 16, 2009 Share Posted August 16, 2009 Hi. Right now I don't really have any training plans, routines, or protocol. I just training my skill to get better at it even if it means doing it for all day long or have a day. I guess that's the right way to go right? If not can someone point that out to me right now? Thanks.Anyways. I am training for the handstand and eventually be able to get a free handstand. So I got a question. I see some people doing it with their backs on the wall. And then other people does it their face and front torso up the wall.For example here is the way I usually do it cause if I fall I just put my feet forward and down.This is how some other people do it:I understand it may be a preference thing but is there any benefits from doing the latter? I don't even know how to get into that position and if I fall back I don't know if I can counter it. But if there is a benefit dong the latter I will give it some practice with some mats. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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