We give you the tips and tricks to start the training well and to make progress throughout the year. Consult your doctor before starting handstand training if you are sedentary, if you have significant health problems or if you have not done an annual medical check-up for a long time.
Find a training center that suits your needs along with study some fitness tutorials. Visit the facilities before registering and meet the staff on site. Make sure there are kinesiologists or physical activity professionals on site who can help you and correct your movements if necessary. The feeling of belonging and your contact with the staff will play a big role in your long-term motivation. You can also ask for a test at the center before registering.
Meet a physical activity professional or kinesiologist to structure your training. These will give you tips and help you reach your goal. In addition, they will be able to carry out an initial assessment of your physical condition and suggest the most relevant exercises for you according to your condition.
Consider your injuries and physical limitations. It is essential to find a sport or training that meets your needs while respecting your physical condition. The kinesiologist has the knowledge to help you find suitable exercises for your injuries or physical restrictions.
It is important to start each workout moderately and increase the intensity gradually. It is recommended to do a 10 to 15 minutes warm up at the beginning of the session to prepare your body for the effort that will come later. You can avoid injuries. Reading some fitness blog can help you out.
We suggest you start with 3 training sessions per week lasting from 45 minutes to about an hour. Increase the number of training after a few weeks if you wish. It’s better to start quietly if it’s a new way of life for you. Too much of it at the beginning could be demotivating in the long run, because you may have trouble keeping up.
Set realistic and precise goals
It is important to have an achievable goal to keep motivation and enjoy our experience. A goal that is too high may make you demotivate more or less long term. A common goal with a training partner can also help motivation.