In this blog post, I will break down these two amazing tools so that you can see how they are different from one another. Both handstand blocks and yoga blocks have their own advantage to them. I will also recommend which item is best suited for what activity to get the most use out of your purchase.
As part of my movement journey, I regularly use both the Handstand and Yoga Blocks. Not only do they both assist with my handstand practice, yoga sessions, but they are also great tools to use for warm up and fitness practices.
Have you ever seen a gymnast do a handstand on the balance beam? One of their most important skills is to be able to do the same on a set of blocks. A handstand block can be made of any material (most commonly wood) with a size big enough for your hand to grip over it. You should be able to grip onto the block firmly to develop stronger fingers and wrist strength. The handstand blocks should also be sturdy and grippy enough so that you can balance with them on any kind of surface.
In this post, we will discuss everything related to gymnastics handstand blocks including what they are, how they work, and where you can buy them!
Handstand is one of the most popular practices in the world of movement. For many movers today, handstand practice is an important part of their regular training. Performing a handstand is only the fundamentals of inversion. Further progression includes straddle handstands, tuck balances and single arm handstand.
There are many ways to learn how to perform a handstand and every practitioner may teach you in a slightly different way. At the end of the day, they will all tell you that having a strong grip and perfect alignment is the foundation to a perfect handstand.
Here, we are going to go through 3 tips to improve your handstand.
Handstand blocks allow you to find your balance easier than balancing on the ground with just your hands. It provides better control during inversion and they also improve your hand grip. Performing a handstand with handstand blocks require less wrist flexibility.
There are a lot of different handstand equipment to help improve your handstand training. Each type of equipment will provide a different learning experience as part of your handstand journey. Today, we will be introducing Erthe Life’s Handstand blocks with a brief introduction on how and why you should start adding them to your practice.
There are all kinds of body weight training and exercises. Today, we will explore one of the most feared and challenging body weight exercise: handstand and hand balancing. A handstand is performed by placing both your hands on the ground while balancing your body vertical position and keeping your legs straight pointing towards the sky.
The one benefit of performing a handstand is most people will tell you that it looks really cool (especially on your social media profile)! But did you know that there are plenty of health benefits associated to handstand training?