I've been doing some assisted handstands (with a wall/door/any large immobile upright object) the last couple weeks and figured, hey why not make it a fun little challenge. Since my PICC line is out and I'm now clear of the whole "don't do any inversions" phase, let's have some safe inversion fun. Also, for me at least, it involves getting over a minor fear. I don't have a problem with falling (well, at least I didn't used to), but there is just something about the handstand that can be intimidating. I could do headstands all day and have some fun with variations but handstands just feel different to me, mentally. So, it's time to overcome this minor fear.
If you would like to join me, please post a comment below. The challenge will start on Sunday, February 9th and end on Monday, March 10th. I'll be posting a picture of my day's handstand either here, on Instagram (seedie), or on Facebook...all depends on my mood. If you're the hashtag sort, you are welcome to include that as well (#handstand30). Throughout the challenge, I'll also try to offer some tips and info on handstands, if you're into that. You are welcome to use props, people, walls, or whatever you need to work your way towards a handstand. Also, since I DO NOT expect perfection, be honest and if it happens, post a picture of a handstand fail. Because hey, that's an attempt too and it's the process of working on the posture that is most valuable. Happy Handstanding!