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How can I improve my “bananeira” (hand-stand / walk head-down)?
This is a very common capoeira movement and I've seen similar things in some kung-fu styles. I can do it for a couple of seconds (or 2,3 steps) for about two years now, but never managed to go past ...
Apr 20 '12 at 20:33
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