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Back when I got started seriously training with bodyweight exercises I had one goal above all others. And that was to do a handstand pushup against the wall. I had grown up as a scrawny kid and my upper body strength was probably the weakest link.
At that time I could barely hold the handstand position.
And this wasn’t balancing on my own. I hadn’t even started with that yet. I relied on the wall. Nor was my goal to do a real full-range handstand pushup where you dip down between two chairs.
All I wanted was to touch my head to the ground and press back up. Just once. I knew if I could do this ultimate exercise I’d be on my
way as few people in the world can even do one.
I worked hard for a few months and eventually hit my goal. Since then its been a matter of adding more reps. Of making it more difficult. Now my personal record is 15 reps at a weight at 170 lbs. and that was awhile back. But that number is deceiving and let me tell you why.
I remember one day in 2005 when I was working out in my garage in San Luis Obispo, California. I was doing a circuit combining chinnups and handstand pushups (an awesome combo, by the way). I thought I was ready to start adding some height to extend the range of motion of my handstand pushup reps.
I was wrong.
You see in order to increase the height, I had to do a new setup which ended up changing my position in the handstand. When I tried I couldn’t do a single rep in this new form when I was suppose to be doing sets of three.
Even after I eliminated the new height and replicated the same position I still found these handstand pushups dramatically harder then the version I had been doing before. What was going on here?
Quite simply, my new handstand position actually had me taking on more of my own bodyweight.
Now I’ve come to realize that there are a bunch of small things you can do to make any handstand pushup harder or easier to do, without adding height or weight, simply by changing your position slightly.
|Which Position Makes Handstand Pushups Harder?|
Take for example this idea. It’s a way to add height without elevating your hands at all. When most people do handstand pushups against the wall they lower down to the top of their head. Go ahead and do a few reps like this if you can. Seriously try it out now…
Good. Now I want you to do a few more handstand pushups except this time you tilt your head back so that you touch your nose to the ground. Give it
What did you find? Almost certainly you’ll find that touching your nose to the ground is a lot harder. This position not only adds about two inches to your range of motion but its happens to be right near the hardest part of pressing.
You might also find that your back tends to arch more as the body follows the head. This isn’t to be avoided at all costs like some people would have you believe, but it must be done correctly.
This is just one example of many I could give you to change the handstand pushup. I’m talking about hand positions, arms and hand positions, the head, back and even where the legs are – These change up the exercise BIG TIME.
People speak of the handstand pushup like its one move, as if there aren’t hundreds of ways to make the exercises easier or harder. That’s why when someone says they can do 20 reps you should look at how they’re doing it.
Maybe the previous example was beyond you like it was for me when I first began. Maybe you’re thinking I just want to get started and do that simple handstand pushup for one rep.
Well you’re in luck. Cause the same principles apply. Not only can your positioning be used to make reps harder but it can be used to make them as easy as possible. I can lay out everything you should do to make the handstand pushup as easy as possible for you to do.
And from there you make it harder as you get stronger.
On top of that there are a few non-handstand pushup moves you should be doing to build your strength to get to that first rep. And a couple special techniques that can help you blast through this or any plateau you get stuck at. This is…
This volume gives you everything you need to get up to your first handstand pushup to doing full-range reps with added weight and tons in between. Here’s what it contains:
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 -Before You Begin
Chapter 3 – Lead-up Exercises
Chapter 4 – Handstand Positioning
Chapter 5 – Basic Handstand Pushup Exercises
Chapter 6 – Advanced Handstand Pushup Exercises
Chapter 7 – Extra Tips and Tricks
Chapter 8 – Progression
Chapter 9 – One Hand Handstands
Chapter 10 – Freestanding Handstand Pushups
Chapter 11 – Common Problems
Chapter 12 – Workouts
Read below to find out the many things you’ll find out about doing handstand and handstand pushups.
If its concerning handstands or handstand pushups against the wall then this course covers it. It is by all means the most complete course there is on these exercises.
Not only that but the book contains three bonus reports. Many people like to have everything laid out for their training plan. No thinking to be done, just work. If that’s you, you’ll love these bonuses.
All you have to do is add the sweat and effort and the results will come.
This is your handstand pushup game plan.
1. Step-by-Step Plan for Your First Handstand Pushup
2. Trainings Schedules to Reach the Full-Range Handstand Pushup
3. How to Build Parallettes
In addition a final bonus report will show you how to cheaply and easily build your own pair of parallettes used to add height to HSPU’s and more. These extra reports could be worth the value of the course of itself.
5 Good Reasons to Buy
1. Handstand Pushups are one of the best exercises you can do to build incredible strength. And The Ultimate Guide to Handstand Pushups gives you more detail on this amazing exercise then you can find in any other place.
2. Not only do you have all the possible handstand pushup positions described, but a bunch of exercises ranging from easy to super difficult.
3. There is no stone left unturned from the common problems addressed in Chapter 11, stretching for your hands and shoulders in Chapter 2, why handstand pushups and pullups work great together in Chapter 7 and so much more. Whatever your problem you’ll find an answer.
4.Perhaps you want to work all the way up to One Arm Handstand Pushups. Or maybe balance out in the open and do Freestanding Handstand Pushups. This book covers those too!
5. You’ll discover how to progress quickly with handstand pushups on your own or leave behind the thinking and just follow along the many workouts inside the book including the step-by-step training plans to hit your goals.
When you put these exercises into action you will get stronger. There is no doubt about it. When so few people can do a single repetition you’ll be busting out several with ease. All you have to do is follow the game plan as its laid out.
With 83 pages of handstand pushup information, filled with tons of pictures this really is the Ultimate Guide.
Guaranteed to Make You Stronger
Look, I have always offered a 3-month guarantee on my products. If for any reason you don’t think this book is worth what you’ve paid let me know within three months and you’ll get a full refund.
The truth is, I don’t want your money if you do not get at least twice the value out of it from this information. If you don’t get stronger (and I don’t see how you couldn’t, If you use the information) I want you to return it to get your money back.
I have sold this book for as much as $49.00 in the past and it sold well, plus people were very happy with it. But now I’m testing an extremely low price offer for a limited time and only on this site.
You have your choice between a physical book shipped to you so that you can hold it in your hands and an ebook for immediate reading on your computer.
You get the jam-packed book that covers all the positions, exercises, methods of progression, one hand handstands, freestanding handstand pushups, tons of workouts, training plans and much more.
This is the course I wish I had when I got started. But it didn’t exist so I had to find all the answers through trial and error and from many other sources. You have the luxury of getting it all in just one place.
Isn’t it time you used this ultimate exercise to achieve dramatic strength gains?
P.S. Don’t forget you’re backed by a 3-month guarantee. Get results or get your money back.
P.P.S. Handstand pushups really are one of the best exercises you can do for many reasons. Why not go deep and learn all you can about them?
“Overall, I think this is a great book, very thorough and it covers the topic very in depth. The concept of “stack progression” is money! This is by far the most thorough coverage of the topic I’ve seen. I was glad to see that you’re offering an e-book version of this at a lower price point, and I think it’s well worth the money. “
“Hey Logan…thanks to your book I’ve finally made it to full range HSPU!!”
“Logans Ultimate guide to handstand push ups is well… exactly what it says it is. I’m currently studying to be a personal trainer and i cant wait to put the information in this guide to use on my future clients. The plateau breaking techniques and explantions of different variations had sent my personal training into over drive. I now understand why my own training came to a halt and how to keep results coming. Not only that what ive learnt can help me help others attain crushing upper body strength. ANYONE serious about physical training needs this guide in their training library, the bonus section on building paralettes is an excellent way to really secure this book as the truly ultimate handstand push up guide.”
Mike A, Apprentice Personal Trainer