Practice A Lot!
But Stop Wasting Your Energy!
Stop doing additional training routines, just do handstand-related movements and muscle education. Through muscle education, you have plenty of chances to build up your strength for necessary body parts. For handstands, you need to go on your arms as much as it is possible for each session.
Move Mindfully & Move Slowly
You need to practice carefully with each attempt to go on your arms. Otherwise, you are wasting your energy. I don’t suggest doing a bunch of strengthening workouts besides the handstand practice because if you will be able to handstand, you need to go upside-down as much as possible. To make your practice meaningful, I encourage you to move mindfully, carefully, and with full attention each time you go upside-down and don’t just try, kicking up, moving fast without any attention, struggling a bunch of times. You will end up getting tired quickly and cannot keep your handstand practice a longer time.
Here is my approach: Instead of trying only to go in straight shape (you cannot achieve as a beginner anyway and it is full of struggling), mix a low balance position. You will be better holding longer and can strength your weakness more efficiently because you can take time to feel, move and explore.
Low balance position means you stay in a halfway such as L-shape (legs together), Straddle (legs apart), Tuck (bent knees to the chest), or Headstand (on your head instead on the hands). Because you are not able to stay for a long time in full handstand position yet. To improve your handstand skills you need to hold a handstand longer to adjust fine missing pieces, but if you cannot hold for a long time and fail often, then the chance you can explore with your body for new shape or adjustment, or practice new movement patterns for your new skills is limited. The low balance handstand is one of my favorite drills and that is an amazing tool as strengthening purpose for handstand skills.
Excercises like below are waste of energy
Instead, Do a lot of "Low Balanceing Drills" for Your Strengthning
The Best Way to Learn Handstands is very simple. “Being Addicted”
If you are willing to learn something new, do it again and again until you CAN achieve your goal.
The first thing you need is the BELIEF that it is possible for you.
And the fact that you are here means you already get a chance to achieve your goal.
Practice a lot, practice every day, and recover every day. As I always say, handstand practice needs tremendous energy and you cannot practice a lot per day. Practice on fatigue is not a good idea. That’s why you need to practice every day, maybe a couple of times per day, which I do. Between handstand training, you can work on lower body or dynamic stretches to give your wrists and shoulders a rest to practice on your arms again. Or you practice hours later and start over from warm-up.
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