Muscle groups

Triceps, Core, Shoulders


Achieve mastery in the L-Sit to Handstand in calisthenics. Begin in the L-Sit position, with your legs extended in front. Transition smoothly by lifting your legs upward, progressing into a controlled handstand. This exercise demands significant core strength and shoulder stability, emphasizing a seamless flow from the L-Sit to an inverted handstand. Execute with precision, focusing on controlled movements and a stable handstand position. Refine your technique to build upper body strength and enhance the coordination required for this advanced calisthenics exercise.

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