5 Total-Body Moves to understand Handstands (and Beyond)


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5 Total-Body Moves to Master Handstands (and Beyond) 1. GOBLET SQUAT. Holding a dumbbell vertically in front of your chest, stand with your feet just greater than 2. HIP THRUST. Sit on the floor with your back pressed against the long side of a flat, sturdy bench and your feet flat 3. PLANK.

USA champion gymnast and CrossFit coach Dave Durante demonstrates how to perform a handstand the right way, using a set of progressions to teach you to master the move. Handstand holds agains the wall, pike push ups and basically any pressing move will help you get stronger on the shoulders and triceps. In the other hand, legs raises, boat holds and hollow body holds will strengthen your core.

“Mastering Handstands and Beyond” Learn The 5 Keys to not only handstands, but also unlocking your greatest strength, skill, and maximum potential! Regular Price $19.99. And when you do move onto the handstand with this base of skills you’ll actually find it easy to do.

These five moves are: In the course I give you all the details you need to master these movements, plus many additional variations that build even more skill and strength. Recharge your tired routine and sculpt total-body strength with 5 fresh moves. Help save lives. “The pause increases the strain on your triceps and pecs at the hardest part of the move. Steps to perfecting one of the hardest moves of all the handstand.

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Strength training Workouts. a handstand is practically a total-body workout in and of itself, says. Handstands may seem like a move best left to gymnasts and super-yogis. But really, you don’t have to have Olympian genes or spend all your free time in a yoga studio to learn how to do them.

Recommended Practice: Maintain this position for a total of 2 minutes on training days involving handstands, front/back levers and human flags. Use as part of a warm-up, or superset with the aforementioned moves as active recovery during a workout (e.g., 8 sets of 15 seconds, 6 sets of 20 seconds, 4 sets of 30 seconds). 3.

Meaning your workout needs just five exercises, one from each of these categories: push (pressing away from you), pull (tugging toward you), hip-hinge (bending from the middle), squat (flexing at.

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The stabilization program has five levels of proficiency based on the ability of the athlete to perform exercises in eight categories: (1) dead bug, (2) partial sit-up, (3) bridging, (4) prone, (5) quadruped, (6) wall slide, (7) ball, and (8) aerobics.

“Spine Secrets E-Book” by Vincent J. Devlin
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by Vincent J. Devlin
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The most frequently performed gymnastic skills include front and back walkovers, front and back handsprings, and the handspring vault.

“Interventional Spine E-Book: An Algorithmic Approach” by Curtis W. Slipman, Richard Derby, Frederick A. Simeone, Tom G. Mayer
from Interventional Spine E-Book: An Algorithmic Approach
by Curtis W. Slipman, Richard Derby, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007

It is a very difficult gymnastics move, so expect this exercise to feel hard—or even impossible!

“Training for Climbing: The Definitive Guide to Improving Your Performance” by Eric Horst
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by Eric Horst
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All of these exercises share the key challenge of maintaining stability of the spine and pelvis, with the spine in a neutral or slightly arched position while one or both legs move through space.

“Pilates Anatomy” by Rael Isacowitz, Karen S. Clippinger
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by Rael Isacowitz, Karen S. Clippinger
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The moves —a blendof strength, flexibility, balance, and body­awareness exercises — are intended to promote the union of the mind, body,and spirit.

“Fitness For Dummies” by Suzanne Schlosberg, Liz Neporent
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by Suzanne Schlosberg, Liz Neporent
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Common mistakes when performing the kickback include rotating the spine, hunching the shoulders, locking the elbow, and using momentum.

“Methods of Group Exercise Instruction” by Mary M. Yoke, Carol Armbruster
from Methods of Group Exercise Instruction
by Mary M. Yoke, Carol Armbruster
Human Kinetics, 2019

Handstands and somersaults were sometimes seen and the top dancers could combine many of these moves in the course of a record.36

“Between Marx and Coca-Cola: Youth Cultures in Changing European Societies, 1960-1980” by Axel Schildt, Detlef Siegfried
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If you can do all of that, you will certainly be able to do the headstand.

“Anatomy of Hatha Yoga: A Manual for Students, Teachers, and Practitioners” by David Coulter
from Anatomy of Hatha Yoga: A Manual for Students, Teachers, and Practitioners
by David Coulter
Motilal Banarsidass, 2004

The acrobatic and balancing tricks of these men—such as swinging into a handstand position from a seated lotus pose (254)—are increasingly associated with yogins in the early modern period and continue to be features of modern transnational asana practice today.

“Yoga Body: The Origins of Modern Posture Practice” by Mark Singleton
from Yoga Body: The Origins of Modern Posture Practice
by Mark Singleton
Oxford University Press, 2010

If possible start with the body at a steep incline so you learn how to perform the movement correctly because it’s easy to waste energy trying to keep the body stable through compensatory rotary motion or body contortion.

“Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy” by Bret Contreras
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Human Kinetics, 2013

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  • Hope you enjoyed this video…Get 3 FREE Transformative Classes (Power Yoga, Yin Yoga, and Meditation) with Travis Eliot…Click HERE!

  • Yeah so I was just scanning through to see what the vid was about. 43:56 That statement was exactly what I needed for the day. Thanks man! Really appreciate it.

  • Definitely needs to be labelled as advanced! I do HIIT bodyweight strength and cardio workouts and kettlebells and smash them and have a strong body. But this? absolutely useless, I’m so inflexible and my balance is poor. OMG do you do any beginner classes??

  • Looooved this one, Travis! Definitely part of my top 3 favorites, extraordinarily balanced amounts of strong workout and flexibility, I will absolutely do this one again! Thank you. ����

  • Hi there from Philippines, thank you for this yoga class, a fuel to start the day especially during this pandemic.. stay safe everyone.. ��

  • One of the little things I live for: Really pretty people making really ugly faces, for whatever reason. I don’t know why I find it so amusing and yet relatable. I guess I just like seeing people be human, and not stiff-faced for the camera all the time. Maybe that’s why I like Keltie. Gorgeous face! Very derpy expressions while exercising. Lets me know she’s a person whose example I can follow.

  • Hats off Eliot…

    That’s all guys and this one hour video store it in your I pad / cell phone / laptop…. Your life gonna emerge in ways you want through out your life

  • This was my first class today followed by his Yin. Fantastic classes. I really loved the music in this class. Does anyone know the title? It would Shazam because of his dialogue.

  • Just did this one today. I love it!!! I was sweating like crazy and it’s such a good twisting and stretching practice! Love this and I love how Travis is leading the session, so easy to follow.

  • Thank you from Norway practesing on the seaside feeling the fresh seabreeze and the sun on my face while enjoying this beautiful class.

  • One of the best yoga classes here on youtube, the right amount of everything and I also loved the music in the background it goes perfectly with each movement and transition

  • Hola Travis, I do this “Flexibility” minimum 1xweek! It became my favorite Yoga practice!
    well, gonna start… see you on the mat! 😉

  • This is a really wonderful class, perfect mix for strength, flexibility and balance and so dancy, I loved it.
    But: I find the topless guy offensive. IMO the gender debate is at a point, where men should,in public spaces, show solidarity with women, regarding this issue.

  • Hey I love this!
    Been watching ever since I ran into this.
    But I’ve never been this athletic, just always tried to stay in shape doing different workouts. Now I’m 67 years old. Still small but not as agile because have to work and it takes a lot of my time. Also this body has been on the planet this long and has been through wear and tear and healing because of time. But I feel you never too old to hold onto and love health and physical well being. So I grab what I can do from you and run with that! Lol. Peace and Light!

  • Ur advert was really misleading I clicked the article and couldn’t skip the video I got about 7 minutes in and just clicked off all I wanted to know was what the exercise is that is bad for u but I’ll never know because it was too much talking.

  • What’s this training actually for? Jumping over park benches or jumping off buildings or climbing trees? I used to do that as a kid. Is it aimed at all the people who do shirt and tie jobs! Just join the military and you get paid for training and have a mega lifestyle type job.

  • It’s sooo funny to watch guys like you. Making very easy exercises very complicated. And all of you guys doing this is made in USA. The country that is full of disabled people, obese, and caged in fat and greed.

  • One of the most important things we can do in our 50’s (not much problem doing it when we are younger) is to get up off the ground without any assistance. These moves are going to change my life.

  • soy residente de Argentina he comprado el programa RPF 4 y me encuentro con que luego de 4 días de uso me han bloqueado del acceso y no obtengo respuestas. Hay alguien que haya pasado este problema. Por favor si alguien tiene solucion. Gracias

  • This is great thanks. so much better than causing loads of inflammation getting big muscles we need to feed and never need. I’m 56 yro female, chipping away at fitness post cancer and have ME/fibromyalgia but I think other stress changes that’s a thing I can also beat. Thanks for your inspiration keep well, from an Aussie sub

  • I’m so happy you did that challenge and I really hope you’ll continue it. Flexibility is gonna help you so much in all the other sports too! Take it from a girl that did 10 years of competitive gymnastics, basketball, volleyball, baseball, mountain biking! Plus it improves your posture so much ����

  • Will this strengthen the back muscles in the lumbar region. I have a slipped vertebra level one been working on it. But this looks like it could be good.

  • I’d forgotten how important it is to get onto the ground and just move about. I can see how this will be a great workout for me. Thanks!

  • I’m 57 and can still do the advanced primal movements. Looking back, the key is never stop moving. Most guys my age gave up mobility exercises twenty years ago. You see older strong men walking around everyday. Rarely, and I do mean RARELY does one ever see an older man who can do primal movements, handstands and flips. My 22 year old son keeps urging me to make videos doing my thing. I just might do it.

  • My physiotherapist told one should spend more time on the ground do various movements and exercises because it primal and it increases body strength 10 fold

  • Why does this skinny clown keep popping on my ad notification? Pointless 5 minutes ad on something that can be put out in 10 seconds.

  • Love your tutorials, I’m 56 years old and I really understand the importance of getting and gaining mobility through all the ages.

  • Can you say how to modify it for a rehabilitating knee or do you need to let the knee return to normal range of motion and strength?

  • It’s funny, because this was all normal stuff, we had to do every week in elementary school in Germany almost forty years ago. But looking at kids today, I doubt such basic things are still taught.

  • I can personally vouch for these moves. Being a member of the academy I’ve had the pleasure of practicing these exercises. I’d never done any of them before, but I found great benefits to them all.
    The inverted tabletop was my biggest challenge. I worked at it and I got it. And it’s a skill that opens up so many other skills also. And it physically opened up some tight body areas that were keeping me restricted in certain movements. I know that these are not the typical crunches and sit ups we are all used to. But I remember catching my reflection in a mirror one day and thinking I’m getting a ripped core from theses. Added bonus. Love you guys. Stay safe and ROCK ON!!!!

  • You guys have mentioned theses exercises before in previous videos and I have been doing them on and off for years now.
    Started parkour in 2016 and your channel has been the biggest influence on my journey, now I have my channel and hope to inspire some other people too…
    Funny thing is I can’t seem to influence my twin brother and its been a solo journey all along ����
    Keep up the good work though! ��

  • Yay, my second Tappbrothers appearance. I’m proud �� Seriously, your training rocks and the results speak for themselves. And you keep on learning too! Very amazing. ������

  • I used to do all of these exercises when i practiced capoeira as a kid, now i can barely touch my feet and can’t do more than 5 pushups. ��‍♂️

  • Maybe the most fantabulous film-idea that’s ever been conceived predicated on Parkour is ‘One Last Kick at The Can’. I know this, because it’s a screenplay my father wrote. (Bonus: It takes place in a post-pandemic world.)

  • I love watching non-meathead guys do functional training with a testosterone-minimal, non-nonsense, encouraging tone. My new favorite channel. Thanks guys

  • I know a martial art which includes all of this and endless more amazing stuff for the body.
    Its called capoeira and these are basically a little part of the fundamentals of it, very similar, animalistic primal movements. thats also why its so great. I love how incredibly much it has to offer and how many people are sleeping on it:P

  • I realize I’m heelllaaa late but idk just Incase lol it took me almost a year to get my splits and I did dance and cheer. I felt like trying to do my splits against the door frame sped up the process. I also put a yoga block under my front or back legs while doing them but that’s also how I lost my split after pulling my hammy so be careful. I’m proud keep pushing itself! ❤️

  • I agree totally with you, yoga and stretching changed my posture, everyone noticed that,I feel more open in my upper body,I’m working too on my split,hope to get it soon��

  • You kept going into your split while standing maybe try sitting and then going into a split starting from standing is really difficult

  • I love seeing this! Splits is SO body dependent. It took me 8 years of dance when I was a kid to get them practicing daily. Posture improvement is huge! Keep going <3

  • A good stretch for the split is laying on your back and putting your legs up against the wall with your bottom against the wall as well (like an L) and open both of your legs and the gravity pulling on your legs will help stretch out your hamstrings hold it for a minute or two. I know this focuses on the middle split but for me it helped with them all.

  • So proud of you Keltie!! As someone who coaches level 3s and 4s (and used to coach cheerleading), you should know you have made HUGE improvements in a month. Splits are hard to get, especially as you age (or this is from what I’ve seen with adults versus teens versus kids). Mobility requires continuous work, even if you’re hypermobile. Keep pushing yourself! I hope you keep trying for those splits! They’ll happen, it just may take a few more months than you anticipated ♡♡♡

  • You’re so beautiful and humble!! thankyou for inspiring my fitness journey… I’m so excited and you’ve given me the confidence to tackle my fitness goals.

  • So happy you posted this! I’ve been trying to get splits, a handstand and a pull-up for about 2 years now. I’m fit I workout 5-6 days a week and look like I should be able to do it but still no! Ugh! But not giving up! This gave me the push to keep trying

  • You are such an inspiration, I cannot wait to watch the rest of your videos. I always wanted to be an Olympic gymnast as a child but for me it was financial reasons I couldn’t pursue that dream. As a child I was able to master splits so easily, but as I grew older and gave up on that dream I lost the ability and now at 32 trying to stretch again after 30 days I still cannot do it yet either. DO NOT GIVE UP, some people are more flexible starting some stretch all day, some thrice a day and some no matter how frustrating still need more time. it gets easier and it will come, Ballet bars also work well to get that deeper hamstring stretch needed. It’s okay to get emotional and cry when it’s something you are trying really hard to achieve, it looks less silly to cry than to quit, so cry those tears and then start tomorrow fresh. I SEE PROGRESS!

  • Great video Travis! Bravo!..I wish you & your students join Yoga Olympic Games…pls have a look…great event on August the 1st!���� https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWazX-4GKdFM7kTiRxxLlJA

  • Splits take at least a year. but also i just recently learned that you need really Strong thigh muscles because in the splits youre rotating your leg muscles to open up. so the stronger your muscles there the lower you can go. Also some people have loose adductors and tight hips annd thats what they need to work on I’m the opposite I have super open hips and really tight adductors so thats what I’m working… Hope that helps!! You made massive progress!!!

  • I got my splits in a year (and something something..)some people are just not flexible so it takes more time that’s it,but think how much character you build after you fail 421 day’s and you keep trying ����

  • Thank you for showing all your references, even if you don’t make a instructional video of these stretches. ���� I just discovered you and I’m proud of you too for your flexibility too. ��

  • Hmm I’d rather have less of the fun, perky, motivational, kooky stuff, more of the actual routine with one excercise after another and how to do them!

  • That’s such a strange workout for an Olympic gymnast tho…

    In gymnastics, we used to just sit in over split and had trainers correct our position and push us deeper

  • I love this! Thank you for posting your result, I could never do a split, not even when I was a child, you just give me the motivation to keep trying ❣️ it’s really really hard, been trying for months…

  • Don’t feel discouraged! I am a former gymnastics coach. For your age and considering you never regularly did splits before this your improvement in one month was huge! The younger you are the faster your flexibility can improve. It’s harder the older you get. I think you did amazing! Also great job on your handstands and cartwheels! I have only one tip for youit’s all about good form! Make sure you’re pointing those feet and engaging your leg muscles to keep your knee straight! This applies to stretching, handstands and cartwheels! I hope you keep up the good work. I’d love to see your progress with all this 3, 6, 9, and 12 months in!

  • Thank god you uploaded it even if you didn’t get the splits, I’m stretching for 2 years several times a week (more or less). Keep going and you’ll do it just like you said it ������������

  • Love this!! That was literally me growing up too! and I’ve always wanted to get the splits and have watched stretching video after stretching video!! I found videos on Academy for Dance and a couple years ago I bought one of the stretching videos for myself because I was determined and for me it was totally worth the $47 because I actually got my splits after following the video for a few weeks!!!

    I was really close and Stacey’s video got me to that next level!! I know some of you don’t want to pay money and I can’t promise her video will get you the splits, but it worked for me so I wanted to share it with yall as another option to help you get that next step!!:)

    Proven Flexibility Solutions For Dancers

  • This is so realistic. I never understand how people say “oh you can get the splits in a week or a month.” Yeah. Maybe if you’re Gumby. It’s taken me 4 months so far and I have another 2 months to go before possibly touching the ground. Nice video. It’s all in how long you stretch PER DAY. For me, it was 30 minutes a day so it’s taking me a while.

  • Perfect time to focus on something new! During COVID. I’d love to see your video posted on plinkpop.com/foundry as a founding creator. Check it out and join us!

  • i have a general question. how come some people when they do butterflies their knees aren’t flat on the floor? is it because of flexibility or bone structure? ive always been curious because ive never done that when i do butterflies

  • Cool…kinda. Who could be you quarantined in such a nice tropical place? ha ha…viewers are always jealous. Thanks and cheers, indeed.

  • Honestly you got great results for like barely stretching before…. this is impressive tbh. Flexibility is easier when your not used to it

  • I was that sporty girl too and I always was in awe of the dance and pom gals flipping around doing splits. Can’t wait to try this!!

  • The open chest Moment was my personal game changer, since that moment I have fun stretching, just because I am sooo curious how it will improve my posture further.
    (I am 35, never did any sport and due to pending Corona madness which I tried to stretch away, I started aerial silks a month ago, moving on to the next course level this week)

  • I’ve been looking for videos to help me do this split thingy until I came across to your video! been laughing so much as I can relate to the struggles! My gwosh! Thank you for sharing your techniques!:)

  • This is amazing! I started my own stretching challenge at the beginning of quarantine and though mine isn’t as rigorous as yours, it’s made me so aware of my body and how wrong I’ve been sitting, standing and even walking.. Your body is a machine and every cog is connected. When one bit isn’t utilised as it should be, it gets rusty. I’m very active and even I was shocked at the tension I was feeling while stretching in certain positions. After a couple months, I feel like I know my body more and it’s easier to love myself because my body doesn’t feel like a stranger and the progress makes me happy. This is definitely something I recommend for everyone regardless of your fitness level.

  • I’m sure you didn’t mean it in a mean way, but gymnasts and dancers are certainly athletes. So they would have been those athlete girls too lol

  • I lost my splits after an injury and still don’t have them back after an intense 6 weeks of training but I know what you mean by hitting a wall! I’m there rn ��

  • I also consider myself an athlete, but am embarrassed by my lack of flexibility. I struggle with stretching, but I know I need to do it. Your improvements were phenomenal! My big takeaway is that I need to do it daily. Doing yoga twice a week is insufficient. Interestingly, I’ve also always wanted to be a gymnast. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to find adult instruction where I live.

  • My sister took like a year to get her splits. You did great, just trying is good. Stretching and yoga like activities are my favorites and what got me into moving my body everyday. It just makes you feel good overall and seeing those small improvements really motivates, much more than looking a certain way, just like you said.

  • You did fantastic. So people just didn’t either have the training or worked other areas of the body more often as you did. Keep it going and I can’t wait to see your journey into whatever challenge you choose and even gymnastic yeah.. thanks for sharing and keep. Going

  • What is the name of the exercise at 4:55? I tried it out and ohhh boy, is that a tough one. I just want to make sure I’m doing it right though

  • You are so close. Keep going and update❤️. I Am a retired competition gymnast and you really did change. Your arm muscles are different. Your splits are close. Keep it up❤️

  • I was a cheerleader as a teenager, and it took me a YEAR of heavy stretching to be able to accomplish one with the right leg. Some people have tighter hamstrings than others. We believe!

  • nope i am worse at stretching…. if i stretch to much my leg mussels would get so tight after stretching i can’t move and then be to pain full to move.

  • We should call this THE MONKEY MOVES. Now I know why monkeys are so strong and flexible. I will definitely add this moves to my exercise routine. Thanks

  • Thank you for making this video (it is funny too:D ) and showing the struggle. I’m going thru exactly the same things and sometimes it feels like I’m not making any progress, but then I notice small changes. Thank you for showing honesty and being real:)

  • I personally relate to this in SO many ways. I’m a ex basketball player myself who still can’t do the splits on a handstand. I feel ya with, it’s a personal accomplishment because doing sports is such a ‘boy’ thing and to do dance, gymnastics is so ‘girly’. I still want to do those things and you’ve inspired me to do it for 30 days straight. PS: you’re hilarious and just got yourself a new subscriber! Love from Hermosa Beach:)

  • You are wonderful. This video was super motivating to me. I love watching someone so positive and real. Please post your full stretching routine! I want to do this challenge too!

  • Wish I was more flexible in the center splits but I ma stuck at the 3/4 point and progress has stopped. i would love to try your program but just don’t have the money, any tips would help thanks

  • I never seen anything like the Super Human Workout before! And I have to say that I am totally impressed. To be honest, that’s some incredible stuff! I’ve just become a fan of THENX Super Human Workout. I’m gonna subscribe too! Can’t wait to try this stuff out. It’s awesome! Thanks!

  • @THENX, what is the best workout to grow my chest, I am a Bboy, so holding my body weight is recruited, but I normally use my core so I wanted to use my chest too. Should I do normal pushups to grow chest or planche exercises? Obviously both but what should I dedicate time to

  • WoW soy español, y no entendí casi nada��, pero nada más vi la parte práctica y me quedé estupefacto, lo intentaré, gracias por el vídeo ����

  • Bro i truly love you and your vedios.
    I love people like you.
    This vedio is good lesson for me.
    Btw i want to know that do you have gf.
    I’m curious to know

  • eso no es fuerza es maña tu confundes conceptos.cualquier hoy profesor y profesional cuantos años tienes???jamas entregaría con niños todos flipados y lleno de tatuajes como un delincuente común increíble pero cierto!!!!

  • Man I´m sorry if I offend you, but these tattoos make you look like a cyborg. A little like those guys in “Alita Battleangel” if you´re familiar with that movie.

  • Work smart, exercise dumb! I get it!!!:) Stress is the best! Followed by Rest! John 3:16 True Rest for the True Fight!:)
    Keep pressing on toward the goal!:) Super Human Strength will require superhuman resistance as in, resist the devil and he will flee! And you will prosper! Spiritually speaking!

  • I just want to say thankyou for this video, I’ve been doing it every morning for the last week. And I’ve gone from struggling with the kick up and balance, to being able to kick up and hold for over 30 seconds. Looking forward to your next video.

  • If you don’t mind me asking are you Asian or Oriental?you have a great physique.God bless I hope you continue to encourage those who are seeking themselves…

  • hi, can weighted belt with chain used for weighted pull up put pressure on the urinary nerves around our waist and can it lead to problem in urination and sperm count. can it lead to hernia. how should we prevent herrnia

  • Hey Chris
    I just wanna really say thank you for all your videos…….I just regret only discovering them this year……..I have been trying really hard to master the superhuman pushups…..and honestly speaking I really have no idea what I am doing wrong…I just wanted to ask how you first felt when you started out with all ur training and how did you get passed the tough times during your training

  • Que tremendo video! Felicitaciones!, aprovecho de invitar a tu comunidad a seguirnos, somos un canal de Audios medicinales para meditacion, sanacion, concentración y mucho mas. Los cuales pueden ayudar al descanso muscular en tiempos de reposo.

  • Qué tal. Chris te saludo desde Guatemala.. lo único que me gustaría es un chaleco de pesas para salir a correr.. en verdad estoy pasando penas por esta crisis en comprar una ya que trabajo por mi cuenta y no gano mucho para comprarme una por el momento.. espero poder aplicar a una o a mitad de precio por favor

  • I need this guy as a roommate. I need him to bang on my door and get me out of bed. I need him to tell me to get going. I need him to workout with me. I’m serious….

  • Move power to the middle. I subscribe to channels like these that don’t jerk you around till the end, waiting for a punchline based on the title.

  • I want to see him punch through walls not spit out lies and do a few simple exercises! Where is the proof?!? I want to see him lift a car up! �� ��������

  • Thank you for the motivation. Others will post nonsense but if you can touch one, your mission was accomplished. Thank you brother

  • I follow all your episodes and recommend your channel to all my family members and friends and almost all my relatives and I manage anyhow to go frequently for 10minutes yog and then I pause your video to relax and like this I am moving on please keep it up like this do make videos they’re really damn amazing and effective

    Loads of love ❤❤❤❤ from India

    Asalaam mo alaikum and Namaste❤

  • I have been practising handstand 10 min daily for past 3 months,,, but i am still in the beginning stage where I started 3 months ago. I use wall as support, when I keep one foot on the wall I am able to balance,,, the moment I Don’t use the support my legs are falling forward.
    I will try this video from today and let u know the progress I observe

  • It was so nice I didn’t even realise the time passing and then at the end I was like ‘that’s it?’. Not to say,I’m not exhausted, haha

  • Wow! Loving your videos! Just starting to do yoga 2/3 times a week and already feeling stronger, so great for relaxation too. Thank you!

  • I’ve been doing this for over a month now and I can say that the changes in my core strength were outstanding! Thank you so much for this routine, Flo, I can’t wait for the next iteration of this routine (you said after all that our bodies adapt eventually to the same stress). I love your content and keep it up!


  • I thought you’d never stop for a few sec. recovery ’till the video reaches 10:21
    It had a very nice flow! Thanks for the much needed 7 min. work

  • I had my splits. I, now dont have them so now I’m starting get them back. I hope you know I felt this way also when I got my splits all the way down I was the happiest person. When I did the bridge I can hold it. So this video really helps people realize theres always a struggle

  • Thanks Flo for being so kind! Just started exploring options for yoga on youtube and really enjoy your videos. Thanks again for all your hard work on this!

  • Ur the really best ♥️♥️I have seen in YouTube. Really enjoy ur workout. Since the lockdown I got interested in handstand and searching the tutorial and somehow found you. Ever since am doing nearly everyday with ur workouts. Thank you soooo much!!! And pls teach more for handstand ��

  • Hi Chris I got to the point for doing push ups as close to my waistline as possible and now I am trying to do support all my body weight usinf my hands now, but when I try and do it, my body becomes a seasaw and I can’t stop it! Please help!

  • You’re right that the strength comes on fast! I’ve been using this as a warmup video before going into your other practices since you’ve released it. Made it through this one today for the first time without a break! Thanks Flo!!

  • Flow, hi. You core follow along routines are very good (as well as your yoga sessions)! How are you doing with the handstand routines? Looking forward to following along them soon. Cheers from Panamá!

  • hey Bre and Flo, it’s Nathaniel here. I’m wondering if you guys are going to post a tutorial video on a step by step how to do handstand or the routine to actually be doing the handstand? There are many tutorials on youtube and almost every one of them are different from the other. What do you guys think, do you guys have any tips for me or a video reference maybe?

  • Workout starts at 1:45 and ends at 7:40.
    Don’t forget to warm-up Your wrists before beginning;
    Cool down stretch afterward with sphinx pose.

  • Ok nice preparation flo but we want to see that intense handstand routine that you always talk about �� thx for all the videos though you guys rule

  • Hey Flo. I have a question regarding the Low Boat pose. My back has a significant arch to it and I’m never able to get my lower back to the floor during this pose, the only thing touching the floor is my glutes. Do you think I’m putting too much pressure on my lower back if I do it this way? Doing V-ups feels alright because my muscles are all engaged well enough. Thanks for the videos, they’ve transformed my practice!

  • Hi Guys” Great work on your channel and in your lives! I want to know if you guys feel that yoga in and of itself is enough to build muscle like classic weightlifting? Am thankful for your practice and direction

  • This was harder than i thought. Could i suggest that you make a tutorial with progressions to get the handstand? Also, a routine for the lower back would be nice as well, there are a lot of people(myself included) that suffer lower back pain, and yoga is wonderful for that. As always, thanks for your content, greetings from Chile!

  • I started following you about a month ago and I have to thank you so much for the yoga for men videos.I feel so much better since I started doing the work. Keep up the nice work Flo und Danke nochmals!! Rui

  • Amazing workout! Flo = Yoga Master! I never did any form of yoga until I was introduced to Breathe and Flo. I gotta say, I now love it and dont know what I would do without it! My body and mind feels amazing… I’m more in tune with my body now than I have ever been! Thank you so much B&F!!!!

  • Y’all are probably my favorite yogi vloggers just recently I saw one of your videos and it said that y’all used to live in San Francisco I’m from the east bay and It made me a little happy sad that you are now traveling the world when I could have gone to one of your classes while you were in the Bay Area. Thanks for always posting your videos y’all are helping a lot through this weird time ✌��✌��