We are pleased to offer a wide selection of high-quality handstand training equipment, including wooden parallettes.
Parallettes are a popular and versatile piece of equipment that can be used to improve strength, coordination, and balance. They are especially useful for handstand training.
Our wooden parallettes are crafted with care and attention to detail, using high-quality materials to ensure durability and longevity. They are lightweight and portable, making them easy to take with you wherever you go.
Handstand on parallettes vs floor
Performing a handstand on parallettes and on the floor are two different ways to train and develop handstand skills. Here are some of the key differences between the two approaches:
Wrist angle: One of the main differences between handstands on parallettes and on the floor is the angle of the wrists. When performing a handstand on parallettes, the wrists are angled slightly, which can help to reduce the load on them and make it easier to maintain proper wrist alignment and hand placement. In contrast, when performing a handstand on the floor, the wrists are perpendicular to the ground, which can place more weight and strain on them.
Support: Another difference between handstands on parallettes and on the floor is the amount of support provided. When performing a handstand on parallettes, the bars provide a stable base of support, which can make it easier to balance and control the body. In contrast, when performing a handstand on the floor, there is no external support, which can make it more challenging to maintain balance and control.
Overall, both handstands on parallettes and on the floor can be valuable tools for improving handstand skills. It may be helpful to incorporate both approaches into your training routine to benefit from the different challenges and benefits they offer.