A. Handstand skill work, in addition to 3 max effort handstand holds.
B. 5 rounds of ME ring dips and Pendlay rows. Rest working time (or alternate with partner). Ring dips will be modified if necessary — which will be most people at this point.
C. Mobilize. Tight shoulders/hip/ankle/forearm? Still working on good squat form? (Aren’t we all?) Check out our Mobility WOD posters or ask for some pointers, and work on your tight stuff. Make mobility a part of your daily routine. If you have time before a class, mobilize. If you have time after a class, mobilize. Sitting in front of the tv and thinking you could do something more useful with your time? Mobilize. You get the picture.
Another fun workout today! It felt good to get up into the handstand, even if only for a very brief time. But now I know what it feels like to do the handstand, and I can practice that at home. I really do feel much more stable in the wall stand when my hands are shoulder width apart, instead of wider as I had been doing. And doing part B as partners so we could cheer each other on was a great way to pull/push a few extra reps out of each other!