Upside Down

The simplest adjustment to a headstand or handstand is amazingly difficult given the fact that you’re upside down. It takes practice, practice, and more practice until your nervous system and proprioceptors start recognizing your body’s orientation in space, and your motor nerves begin to activate the right muscles at the right time to keep you in balance, AWAY from the wall. Try this: Hold a handstand for 100 cumulative seconds in as few attempts as possible (any handstand less than 1 second doesn’t count toward your 100 second total, but it does count as an attempt).

Today’s Workout
5 rounds for time of:
400m run
25 Thrusters, 45 lb bar
25 Dips



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