1.) 6-10 rounds
2.) Complete the handstand walks in 3 attempts or less.
3.) Substitute step-ups instead of box jumps before scaling to a lower box
10 Box Jump (30/24”)
30-ft Handstand Walk or (:45 Hand Stand Hold)
10 Box Jump (24/20”)
:30 Piked Shoulder Taps (on box) or (:30 Hand Stand Hold)
10 Box Step-ups (24/20”)
100′ Bear Crawl
:30 Rollout / Foot
:30 Rollout Upper Back
Rest, Stretch, and Recover
Target: 6+ rounds. Choose a handstand walking option that you can complete in 3 or fewer attempts. Use a higher box today than you normally do. Consider modifying to a step-up before reducing box height. There are many ways to improve your handstand walking ability. You can target the skills portion of the movement with shoulder taps, or you can target the strength portion of the movement with DB overhead walks and hand stand holds. You can also use the wall walk as a balance of both strength and skill development.
There isn’t any accessory work today, but make sure you get the stretching in as well