Handstand Push-Up Asymmetrical

HOW: Begin with one hand on the ground and one hand elevated on a plate/small elevated elevated surface with a wall in front of you. Push yourself up into a handstand position with your heels on the wall behind you. From this position, lower yourself down into a push-up position by bending your elbows, tapping your head in a controlled manner on the ground. Return to the push-up position by straightening your arms.  FEEL: You should feel your core, hips, glutes, back and shoulder muscles working to perform the handstand push-up motion. Use the asymmetry to play into any deficit you may be experiencing.  COMPENSATION:Do not excessively arch your back when performing this exercise. Push through your shoulders and allow your body to adjust to the deficit you have provided it.
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