One of the things that feels so uncomfortable about going inverted is getting yourself into that neutral zone – that point of no return where your center of gravity is directly over your hands and shoulders, and you are actually balancing on your hands. To get here – the key is your hips – getting them up and over your shoulders. Wes, below, is demonstrating one way we use to practice getting into that position while still supported on a box. This position also makes for a slightly easier handstand push up.
How often are you practicing getting inverted to get comfortable in that neutral zone?
Complete as many reps as possible for 1 minute of each movement.
At the end of all five movements, take a 1 minute rest.
Repeat 3 times.
Score is the total number of reps.
Good Mornings (45, 30)
DB Thrusters (40/25)