Barbell Reverse Lunge

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1. Hand placement: place hands about 6-12 inches away from the wall and slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Make sure palms are facing forward, or slightly turned out 5-10 degrees.

2. Kick up into a handstand, with your heels touching the wall. If you have trouble kicking up into the handstand, try practicing this donkey kick drill.

3. Once you have kicked up, establish a strong, rigid midline position. (see above photo)

4. While maintaining this position, lower yourself until the top of your head touches the floor/mat. Try to keep your elbows at a 45 degree angle as you lower.

5. Once your head touches the floor, press up with the same tightness you had lowering yourself, until your elbows reach full extension.

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