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Deficit Handstand Push-Ups

G
Level: Technically Complex

Deficit Handstand Push-Ups is one of the technically complex exercises used in Crossfit training. It not only perfectly develops the strength of the entire upper shoulder girdle, but also develops the athlete's coordination well.

Barbell plate, Parallettes

Description

The technique of performing the exercise:

Deficit Handstand Push-Ups is one of the technically complex exercises used in Crossfit training. It not only perfectly develops the strength of the entire upper shoulder girdle, but also develops the athlete's coordination well.

Initial position:     

- You start in a handstand position with your arms outstretched, your heels are against the wall.

Performing the exercise:    

- Bending arms in elbows, gently drop to the touch of the head of the floor.

- Keep your legs and body in tension to hold the vertical position.

- Next, bring the hips to the body, while bending your knees.

- By extending your arms and pushing your tilted legs, your body is pushed upwards into a handstand position.

Contraindications:

- With caution, perform an exercise in trauma and destructive changes in the cervicothoracic (osteochondrosis).