Do you have a press to handstand goal?
Are you working hard to build this foundational skill of strength, balance, and accuracy but not sure where to begin?
With the right drills, prehab exercises, and guidance, you can get there more quickly and injury-free.
Whether you’re getting ready for a competition or just want to get more #gymnasty, we’ve got the step-by-step guidance you need to take your bar muscle up to the next level.
The press to handstand is a seriously difficult skill. It takes determination, flexibility and hard work to master it.
But with the right guidance, anyone can work toward getting their first one.
Join leading gymnastics expert Pamela Gagnon and Dr. of Physical Therapy Zach Long. Pamela is an experienced CrossFit games athlete and a leader in the world of gymnastics technique. Zach covers prehab and strength expertise to get stronger while avoiding injury.
Prerequisites for this programming include:
What you get:
You don’t need to have an extra 2 hours to dedicate to press to handstand practice — on top of the training you’re already doing. You’ll only need 10 minutes a day, 4 times a week to complete these exercises and see results.
Press Handstands are an advanced skill and difficult. Depending on where you are starting from, it may take months to build the strength to achieve this skill, but this program will help you get started and build the confidence and knowledge of technique and strength.
Our step-by-step progressions will help you put together the pieces.
We’ve seen hundreds of people find success in our programs. But if you’re not happy, we’re not happy. We’ll give you a refund — no questions asked.