Gymnastics Corner with Coach Vahid: Handstands
Here’s some food for thought.
Elbows bend in, not flared out (think about your shoulder press)
Triangle between hands and head
Full leg/hip extension, followed by push through upper body
Try to keep feet off the wall until the very top of the push up (this may mean you need to be a little farther from the wall)
The less arch, the better. Focus on tight core/butt.
Legs together, or at least close, and straight is always better and more efficient than apart and flailing. It may get you going a little faster in the beginning, but it’s not nearly as sustainable as maintaining more of your weight over your hands, shoulders, and hips
A little arch is okay and even preferred. Legs lead the way.
Try to maintain locked arms as much as possible. The more bent, the quicker you’ll burn out.
Start with smaller steps, work into bigger steps as you get more comfortable.
Hope these help. What else would you like to work on?