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Three rounds for time of:
Walk on hands, 100 feet
Hold handstand against wall for two minutes
15 Handstand push-ups

Post total time to comments MINUS the six minutes of static handstands.

Instruction:  100 feet= approximately 3 wall to wall lengths in the training facility

Scaling for walking on hands:  If walking on hands isn't happening at this juncture of your training have a spotter hold your legs as you "walk".

  If unable to hold a handstand at all then Bear Crawl.  Bear Crawling is "walking" on your hands and feet….like a bear on all fours.

Scaling for handstands: Keep knees on box, with hands on the floor, close to box. Arms and torso should be vertical, resembling a handstand.

Scaling for HSPU: HSPU with knees on box as described above or feet elevated push-up.

Caution:  Those performing "walk on hands" must have the ability to foward roll smoothly and efficiently.


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