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Old 11-14-2006, 02:39 PM   #5
Nicki Violetti
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Specifically I'm wondering is if it's reasonable for someone with kyphosis to ever be able to do a full depth handstand push-up. I've got a client who has this as a goal, but getting him in a handstand against the wall is a bit dicey. Tight shoulders in addition to the kyphosis produce a very poorly stabilized handstand. We are working on his shoulder flexibility, but I am wondering if the kyphosis will ultimately prevent his attaining full shoulder ROM, and therefore a good stable handstand and hspu. Thoughts?
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