I couldn’t tell you the exact year, but I’m pretty sure I was around 10 years old or so What I do very clearly remember was that it was on a Saturday afternoon. Hand-balancing is one of the most effective exercise programs you can do to develop Bill Hinbern is the unquestioned expert on the subject of hand- balancing. friends have excellent hand-balancing courses available. Bill Hinbern has a killer course on hand balancing. It’s a hard-copy course, and it’s off.
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Despite the recent surge in popularity of bodyweight training, I find a curious lack of one form of training that I was sure would be making a comeback in a big way. What I am talking about is the lost art of hand-balancing which used to be a big part of the training routines of many ablancing the greatest strength names of the 20th century: The art of hand-balancing, of course, goes back centuries before that.
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Sure barbells and dumbbells were a part of their training, but they were also masters of boxing, wrestling, gymnastics, and several other components of oldtime physical culture. Many were as adept at performing bodyweight feats as they were at lifting any barbell.
Jowett was one of the strongest men of all time; he would know… Of course, it should be obvious hibbern the incredible wrist power and stability built from hand-balancing would be very valuable for EVERY athlete.
As you can see, the information found in this course is extensive, and along with a lot of practice will help you become a master of hand-balancing in no time flat. Click the order button below and open a whole new world of strength and development.
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You will find very little, if any, modern sources on hand-balancing available anywhere… until NOW that is.
Hand-Balancing for Muscular Development by Bill HInbern
InStrength Legend George Jowett wrote this about hand-balancing: I have found that hand balancers on the whole have a more perfectly formed arm — particularly the forearms and wrist — than the weight-lifter. The hand-balancer employs the hand and wrist much more than does the lifter of weights and what is more interesting, he employs the arm muscles as well as the grip in many unusual ways — ways not possible to the exercise fans who handle weights only.
No doubt knowledge of this diversified method of development is what makes the mass of European strength athletes so partial to the practice of hand-balancing. The average American strength athlete could practice this valuable pastime of hand-balancing more consistently than he does.
No need to worry about those excuses EVER again. Thanks to strength author, historian, and publisher Bill Hinbern, the lost art of hand-balancing lives again.
You probably know Bill Hinbern best because of his high-quality reprints of classic training guides many of which we feature on our various websites. The very specific and exact ways that your body maintains a sense of balance and why understanding them will be critical to your hand-balancing success.
How to solve the common problems of unbalancing and overbalancing.
Hand-Balancing for Muscular Development – Bodyweight Training Products
The best way to fall correctly. How your hands and fingers must be positioned for the perfect gand. The 16 preliminary exercises with and without equipment that you can use to build a solid foundation.
The 4 basic parts of the perfect hand balance and why you will end up flat on your face if you leave out any of them. Where to properly position your gym mats when you practice. The 2 keys to practicing hand balancing with or without a partner.
Twenty Advanced Handbalancing moves guaranteed to impress anyone.
Seven different methods for progressing to the one armed hand stand. Mastering the Press-Up from Planche to Handstand. How to walk up and down stairs on your hands. The handstand from the seated position.
The most difficult part of the Backward Roll up into The Handstand and how to conquer it easily. How to train for the MOST impressive hand-balancing feat of all. Four different stretching exercises for maintaining strong, flexible shoulders. The ONE most important thing to remember above all else for hand-balancing success. A full resource section for all equipment described and used in the course.