• How To Do A Handstand

    How To Do A Handstand
    English | 2014 | mp4 | H264 854x480 | AAC 1 ch 189 kbps | 6 min | epub, mobi | 36 MB
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  • Secrets of the Handstand

    Secrets of the Handstand
    English | ISBN: n/a | 61 pages | PDF | 33.4 MB
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  • The 15-Second Handstand: A Beginner's Guide

    The 15-Second Handstand: A Beginner's Guide by Chris Salvato
    2014 | ISBN: 0692232605 | English | 184 pages | EPUB | 26 MB
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  • Eddie Baran - Gymnastic Handstand Training
    ENGLISH | 720x480 | XVID | 29.97fps 1498kbps | mp3 128kbps | 1.03G
    Genre : video training

    Dear Friend,

    If you've ever wanted to gain elite physical mastery of your ENTIRE body from your fingers to your toes, where you're so strong and balanced that you could do a perfect, rock solid handstand then this is your lucky day.

    Of all the questions that I get as a fitness coach and author, the most common is, not surprisingly, how to do a freestanding handstand. It's a great question, and it's not surprising because it's a well-known fact that the freestanding handstand is the best upper body exercise you can do. People know that if they can train this type of handstand they have reached a level of physical mastery that few others have. This question I always get stems from the desire to want to do the most important of all physical skills that encompasses strength, conditioning, balance, coordination and artistry. That's why I consider it the most important question I get. And you know what, I have NEVER given an answer, other than to my personal coaching clients.
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  • Gold Medal Bodies- Handstand Module | 282.30 MB.
    Type Health-Fitness-Sports

    Basically it is from Gold Medal Bodies, it is a small group of athletes who does all kind of training programs with movements which are based on gymnastics.
    This torrent is a Module for people to train the handstand.

    "Here at GMB we are all about getting strong by train­ing move­ment skills. And this is something we do very well, thank you very much…

    However, it really saddens us when people who haven’t spent the time prac­tic­ing these skills offer advice about how to perform partic­u­lar gymnastic-related movements. For example, the hand­stand. Sure, there’s a lot of advice out there on how to do them. Unfortunately, most of it is bad advice.
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