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01-16-2010, 02:15 PM
Hey guys, I've tried to get away from the "talking into the camera" style video blogs and up them to more quality productions, but every now and then I see some questions on the forum that can be covered very quickly and I don't really need a whole Certified He-Man style video. So I'm starting a new type of series called Certified He-Man Quickies! Pretty basic, point and shoot instructional videos.

My first one has to do with some hand balancing questions I've seen. If you are interested in doing a handstand and hand balancing stunts be sure to pick up a copy of Balance Of Power. In it, John Peterson give you all of the exercises and instruction you need to build up the strength required for hand balancing. Once you've got the skill down and can hold a handstand against a wall, doing a free standing one is just a matter of practice.

With that said, there are are few drills that I did (and still do) that will greatly accelerate your learning curve. In this Certified He-Man Quickie, I demonstrate those drills.

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BTW, I don't recommend you fall into a bridge at the end of a handstand the way I did, kick down to your feat instead. The only reason I did was because it's part of a stunt I'm working on and I just did it out of habit.

Let me know if you have and questions!

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