A Practical Guide to Walking on Your Hands

The first thing that you need to do when you want to start walking on your hands is to decide which way you are going to go. You may choose either the right or left foot. If it’s the right foot then you will have to learn how to balance yourself while standing on your hands. However if it’s the left foot then all you need is practice until it becomes second nature.

You can start practicing walking on your hands with just one hand. To do so, simply place both hands on the ground and try to move them up and down. After some time you will get used to doing it without any assistance from other fingers or thumbs. Once you feel comfortable enough, you can add another finger or thumb into the mix.

The next thing that you need to do is try to move your legs as little as possible. While you are trying to master this art, you will be able to get away with some leg movement, but when you want to reach expert status, you will need to keep your legs perfectly still while your hands move around a lot.

Another thing that you should bear in mind is to keep your abdominal muscles tight at all times. This will help you remain in position as well as prevent your back from arching, which can be quite painful after some time.

We have above some tips that will help you learn how to walk on your hands. Remember that you will need to start slow and practice every day in order to master this art. It won’t be easy, but it definitely will be worth it once you reach the other side.

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