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How to - Stralder Press

How To Stalder Press. In this short tutorial I show you 6 exercises you can do to work on your stalder press. Before you start working specifically on the stalder press, you should have a decent handstand, a normal handstand press, straddle L-sit and pancake stretch (check my other tutorials regarding these topics). Really focus on pushing your shoulders down to lift your legs up above your elbows. It's a lot easier to press from there. Exercise 4 (the stalder press cheat) helps a lot if you are not yet strong enough to get your legs above your elbows but you still want to get a feeling of pressing from the bottom up. Please make sure to warm up and prepare your wrists, shoulders etc. for these exercises! Let me know what you want to see next. If this was helpful for you and you'd like to support me, feel free to save this post and share it to other friends who could need some stalder press exercises or put it in your story. ๐Ÿงก Music: Paranoia - Alt Rock/Trap Style Hip Hop Beat / Prod. Riddiman x Joe Leytrick @matmcguiree . . . . #handstand #handstands #handstandpractice #handstand365 #handstandlove #howto #stalderpress #strength #calisthenics #calisthenicsworkout #acrobatics #acro #yoga #yogagram #yogapractice #yogahandstand #yogatutorial #yogainspiration #Fitspiration #fitnesstutorial #gymnastics #gymnasticstraining #bodyweighttraining #movementculture #fitnessmotivation #gymnasticbodies #mobility #mobilitywod #flexibility

tobias.bolliger
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How to - Straddle Sit

How To Straddle Sit. The Straddle Sit is one of the key elements when working towards the stalder press. In this short tutorial I show some exercises you can do to work on your straddle sit. Flexibility is an important part of it but one thing that's often overlooked is shoulder strength. By strongly depressing and protracting your shoulders you will be able to bring your hips/legs up above your elbows which makes it easier to continue the press into a handstand. Let me know what you want to see next. If this was helpful for you and you'd like to support me, feel free to save this post and share it to other friends who could need some straddle sit exercises or put it in your story. ๐Ÿงก Thank you and have fun! Music: Mortal - Alt Rock/Trap Beat / Prod. Riddiman x Joe Leytrick . . . . #handstand #handstands #handstandpractice #handstand365 #howto #straddlesit #lsit #strength #calisthenics #calisthenicsworkout #acrobatics #acro #yoga #yogagram #yogapractice #yogahandstand #yogatutorial #yogainspiration #Fitspiration #fitnesstutorial #gymnastics #gymnasticstraining #bodyweighttraining #movementculture #fitnessmotivation #gymnasticbodies #mobility #mobilitywod #flexibility

tobias.bolliger
Free
7:07

L - Sit Tutorial: Complete from Beginner to Advanced!!

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Sid Paulson
Free
18:40

Shoulder Strength and Flexibility

In this 20 min video, Michal will discuss the different directions we can move our shoulders, the common issues we encounter when moving into shoulder flexibility, and ways we can strengthen our shoulder girdle so that we can move into end ranges of motion with more ease, stability, and confidence.

Michal Shapir
$5.00
4:27

Hamstring Stabilization

The hamstring group of muscles can often be challenged by movement practices that involve both deep hip extension or flexion. These exercises emphasize encouraging hamstrings stability in deeper ranges of motion of both forward folds and backbends.

Emily
$5.00
4:37

Prehab for Low Back Stability

In this video Emily gives a breakdown of the importance of lower back stability for different areas of your movement practice. We also explore a few options for prehab conditioning to help your lower back feel great when you practice!

Emily
$5.00
7:15

How to get the most out of crawl position

The crawl position is an excellent movement that trains your body to work synergistically. It involves the entire body: developing scapular stability along with core and leg strength.

John Boyd
Free
4:42

Prehab for Hip Stabilization

In this video Emily shares a few targeted exercises for preparing your hips to be able to strong through their full range of motion. These include targeted strengthening for the rotator muscles that stabilize the ball and socket joint of the hip. These are great exercises to prepare you for a practice that involves deeper leg flexibility like splits, acrobatics or handstands.

Emily
$5.00
7:54
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Perfecting Your Line

Are you stuck in a Banana Back Handstand? Do you wish you could stay balanced in a straight line? Achieving better alignment in a handstand is not a quick fix but a continual process. This video establishes the correct direction to begin or accelerate this process. We breakdown the role of each individual body part while in the handstand position. We then add the weight of gravity and the control of balance to challenge the whole body's coordination while maintaining its position. Exercise Breakdown 0:09 Belly/Prone Elongation 1:29 Back/Supine Elongation 2:11 Transferring Balance Upright 3:40 Transferring Balance Upside Down

Tara Quinn
$5.00
5:44

Hands for Handstands

When in a handstand don't overlook your hands. Your hands are the first point of connection, the first point responsible to help you balance. If your foundation is off, even the slightest bit, maintaining balance gets infinitely harder. Use this video to create good habits if you're new to handstands or to fine tune your line, if you have been practicing for a while. Balancing a handstand is a fluid process of making continual subtle adjustments with your open, active, intelligent, alighned hands. Exercise Breakdown 0:20 Wide Base of Support 0:48 Open the Palm 1:34 Weight in the Fingers 2:11 Wrist and Elbow Alignment 2:19 Hyperextension 3:14 Bent Arms 3:58 Downward Dog Walks 4:41 Arch of the Hand

Tara Quinn
$5.00
6:01
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Shoulders For Handstands

Handstands uniquely require shoulder strength as well as core integration with the arms in an overhead position. In this video we use elbow stand exercises to isolate the actions at the shoulder joint, break bad habits of compensating in the lower arm for shoulder weakness, and build handstand specific strength and stability in the whole chain. These techniques are great for beginners gaining confidence being upside-down or experienced hand balancers looking for new a challenge. Exercise Breakdown 0:09 Should Blade Slides 0:53 Dolphin 1:28 Single Leg Lifts 2:21 Walk Up the Wall 3:25 Single Leg Tuck Press 4:53 Elbow Stand Balancing

Tara Quinn
$5.00
4:36

Forearm Stand (Pincha Mayurasana) Basics

This video covers a details description of how to position your arms and shoulders for this pose, including drills to learn how to safely kick up into forearm stand, and several ways to use the wall for safety and to train new skills. This video is perfect for anyone looking to improve consistency with this skill, or for someone learning it for the first time.

Juliana Burkhart
$5.00
3:34

Handstand Kickups

Build a strong handstand with these simple easy progressive drills for mastering a kick up entrance to handstand. Great for beginning and intermediate students to practice alignment, and improve balance during transitions. These foundational movements are the building blocks of more advanced tumbling. Exercise Breakdown See Saw 0:57 Back Leg Kicks 1:23 Hops 1:48 Toe Touches 2:10 Arm Position 2:43

Tara Quinn
$5.00
5:51

Headstand Basics

This video covers two different variations of headstands, including how to place your head and arms, and safe self-spotting using the wall. This is a great video if you are just learning how to do a headstand or you want some tips on how to make them feel more stable and less scary!

Juliana Burkhart
$5.00
3:39
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Cartwheels

Detailed progressions for learning or perfecting your cartwheel. A cartwheel is a foundational skill in more advanced tumbling and also a useful tool for falling safely from any handstand. This video is appropriate for absolute beginners and also useful for intermediate acrobats refining skills. Exercise Breakdown Jump Side to Side 0:27 Add a Lunge 0:46 Lunge to Lunge 1:10 Same Side Hand to Same Side Foot 1:33 Where to Look 2:18 Hand Position 2:47 Knee Cartwheels 3:08

Tara Quinn
$5.00