Muscle groupsBack, Core, Shoulders, Trapezius
DescriptionPlace your hands on the floor, about shoulder width apart, and several inches away from a wall, bar, box or any other stable structure. Take a split stance with your legs.
Actively push into the floor, arms straight and scapula elevated (shoulders up to your ears).
Kick your legs up against the wall, to enter the handstand position.
(Try to control your kick up use the minimum amount of force required)
Squeeze your legs together, and try to keep core braced and PPT (tuck tailbone, don't let your back arch)
Maintain straight arms and scapula elevated, driving yourself away from the floor.
Control your breathing and hold for time. Bend your legs to exit the hold.
Progressions And Regressions
Assisted Handstand Hold