HanndstandWatch any professional hand balancer and you’ll find them on some type of stands or hand balancing canes. Seldom if ever do you find them performing on the flat ground.
Why is this? Because these tools actually make balancing easier while giving the appearance of more difficulty. With more ease these experts can perform better with more confidence.
Having always seen these masters in videos and pictures I was always curious where you could get a pair of these stands. I wasn’t the only one either. I often received questions asking the same thing.
I never found the answer…until one day out of the blue a former professional hand balancer sent me an amazing gift.
I used that original pair of stands often. It’s hard to explain it but once you mount a pair of hand balancing stands you’ll notice how different the ‘feel’ is. I could ‘feel’ a better balance and all my skills ‘felt’ easier while gripping the blocks.
Since I wasn’t the only one who had been looking all over for these things, I set about the path to having them manufactured. Now they’re available to anyone, not just the professionals.
The stands are interchangeable allowing you to do switch the heights for different purposes which is shown in the picture, but extra pieces are used to display this.
Let me tell you about some of the unique benefits you’ll receive when you use the hand balancing stands.
One hand standSmooth and comfortable blocks allow you to grip hard (much harder than you can on the flat ground) giving you better control making balancing easier. Longer handstands and harder skills can be yours.
The grips actually provide less stress on the wrists allowing you to train more and need less flexibility.
Certain surfaces allow extra action based on the heights of the stands making balancing even easier.
Interchangeable Heights – Whether you want them low to the ground or raised high you can get the benefits of using the stands. Raise them high to pull of exercises that could only be done on parallettes before.
Since your palm is still flat on the blocks any work done on these will transfer over to normal balancing on the ground and vice versa unlike working on parallel bars.
Train the one hand handstand by using the different heights of the stands. A full progression can be made getting you balancing on one hand in no time.
Easy Portability – Because of the design all pieces can be disassembled which means you can take them anywhere (and shipping isn’t outrageously expensive.)
If you’re serious about hand balancing at all, you’ll add this vital tool into the mix.