Have you been struggling with mastering a strict handstand pushup? Do you have kipping with 2 ab-mats (yikes!) but can’t seem to get passed this point? Do you have neck pain after you do hspu in wods or even struggle with pushups?
Then you need this program!
Building the right strength and form is important to build longevity in your sport and a foundation of strength to keep you injury-free.
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of achieving your goals.
Whether you’re getting ready for a competition or just want to get stronger, we’ve got the step-by-step guidance you need to build the strength towards your first strict hspu.
The strength is necessary to protect your spine and neck and to build the necessary tricep strength to not only help with hspu, but also help with other skills that use this strength like barbell presses and ring dips.
Join leading gymnastics expert Pamela Gagnon and Dr. of Physical Therapy Zach Long. Pamela is an experienced CrossFit games athlete and a leader in the world of gymnastics technique. Zach covers prehab and strength expertise to get stronger while avoiding injury.
Equipment needed: PVC pipe, box, and wall space