Festive Season Survival Guide

Festive Season Survival Guide 101   The festive season, so often the time when people fall off the exercise and health bandwagon and succumb to the endless festivities and overindulgence. Its happened to us all and yet every year that we go into this period with good intentions we somehow fall into the same traps. It…Continue Reading

The journey to a handstand

  The 5 exercises you need to start your handstand journey   Learning to handstand can seem like a scary goal. But it doesn’t need to be. A freestanding handstand is achievable for anyone at any level provided that these exercises are followed with patience and consistency. It is a gradual process and the big…Continue Reading

Using Bodyweight strength applying length and leverage in the Human Flag

Bodyweight Fundamentals

Bodyweight training has recently become en vogue. In the fitness world it’s everywhere, it’s plastered all over social media, Functional Fitness areas are appearing in gyms, CrossFit boxes are employing Gymnastic Coaches, UFC fighters are employing Movement Coaches and doing Bodyweight training. Here at Movement Co. it’s particularly relevant. We have three Full-time Bodyweight Coaches,…Continue Reading

Finding Your Peace of Yoga

HAAAAAAAA, leading with pun’s in titles is always a good start. If you didn’t scope last week’s post I ended with the cliffhanger that is, ‘What do I think while I handstand?’ This I will answer before the post is out, I promise but first I would like to talk a bit about Yoga and…Continue Reading

Why Should I Learn to Handstand?

This week I was going to start writing up about another part of your handstands but I thought I would take it back for a bit after one of my students looked at me confused when I told them that only trying handstands for one hour a week isn’t going to be sufficient enough to achieve…Continue Reading

Happy Wrists, Happy Handstand

    Wrists When we first start with handstands (or any arm balance for that matter) we are hyper loading our wrists in a position that they truly aren’t ready for. It’s true that in our handstand we should be in one long straight line but what if you are to go out of that…Continue Reading