That’s right EGG HEAD, the key is consistency.
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While on the topic of consistency, it needs to be distinguished that CONSISTENCY, as it relates to SKILL acquisition, is completely different than that which pertains to muscle-building.
If I had only dedicated 2-3/days a week to handstand work, I would not have gone far. You have to give your nervous system a reason to adapt to a technical movement pattern and this means CONSTANT exposure to that specific stimulus. The degree to which you expose yourself to it can vary (i.e. volume) but it needs to be often. What do I define as often? 7 DAYS/WEEK!
Too many people out there throw in the towel when attempting to learn a skill maneuver because they don’t dedicate themselves to it. Not even remotely.
You have to IMMERSE yourself in it even if that means going to extremes. It’s skill-building, not muscle-building.