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Y Gymnastics - Handstand Video

18 May 2020 - Y GymnasticsY Kids

Did you know that Handstands are the foundation skill of gymnastics? They are a part of so many skills in gymnastics so it is really important to get them right and learn them correctly from the start.

Working on the fundamentals of your handstands technique, this video is designed for our Recreational "Stages & Foundations" programs (intermediate-advanced).

Make sure you work hard at all the steps below and practice them at least 2-3 times per week. 

Here are some tips below to make sure you are working on, each time you give them a go:

  • Legs together
  • Squeeze legs (like you need to wee)
  • Tight buttocks
  • Core engaged
  • Hollow body, straight spine
  • Shoulders fully extended
  • Push the ground away

Clear a safe space, and click play to train along! 

Love this video? Watch more by clicking below:

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#theYathome Activity Disclaimer

All participants must ensure they have a clear area to perform all skills and activities prior to commencing the activity.

All child related activities must be conducted under parental supervision.

You are responsible for you exercising within your limits. Only perform exercises and skills and repetitions that you are currently capable of performing. If you do not do it at the gym or in your regular Y program, do not attempt to do it at home.

Do not attempt skills, exercises or activities displayed if you currently sustain any injuries or illness that excludes you from physical activity.

If at any time you feel you are exercising beyond your current fitness abilities, or you feel discomfort, pain, dizziness or nausea, you should discontinue exercising immediately and seek medical assistance/advice where necessary.

To the extent permitted by law, The Y and its affiliates disclaim any and all liability in connection with the exercises in this video and any instructions and advice provided.

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