Handbalancing Feat #1

Posted on Sunday, August 17th, 2014 by John Wood

Months of handbalancing practice will make you pretty confident, in fact, after enough time passes, you’ll eventually reach a point where you only underbalance (falling back toward your feet) coming out of your handstand and rarely, if-at-all overbalance (fall forward overhead,) Practicing your handbalancing on a stationary object or set of handles is also a useful tactic since it will train your skills in a much different manner than holding a “free” handstand.

In either case, this feat, accomplished by amateur handbalancer Miles Hayes, of Mansfield, Ohio, is still quite impressive (but definitely don’t try this one at home folks.)

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