About straight line handstand.
This is my biggest strength. I am tall, have decent shoulder mobility and have a relatively athletic musculature and fat percentage. Therefore it looks the way it does.
There are a lot of benefits with learning to straighten up the handstand. BUT, it is by no means the end all be all. I think "The Line TM" is given a bit to much credit on social media (Im guilty here). For regular practise it's a fundamental handstand position. Stand tall, be as straight as you can, and when it's easy move on to more challenging stuff. "The Line TM" is not something that should need to be a really big part of the practise in itself. It should be just your regular, standard. The way you do a handstand, before tucking/straddeling/bending, whatever. When you move on with your practise you will gain more relevant mobility, strength and endurance that will improve the way your straight line looks as well.
I am happy with the way my line looks. Therefore I use that in my "art" and put up a lot of pictures where I try to make it perfect. This is my OCD having fun. It's actually not much more to it then that. It have evolved a lot over the years without focusing much on it.
My point: Yes, try to make the straight position good. When it is, move on to more difficult stuff. Don't waste all your time, energy and focus on just this move.
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