Translation of handstand in Spanish:

handstand

Pronunciation: /ˈhan(d)stand//ˈhændˌstænd/

noun

  • 1

    to do a handstand pararse de manos
    • I've been a gymnast since I can remember and I've been doing random handstands since before I was a gymnast.
    • These range from the not-so-simple cartwheels and handstands, to the sinew-stretching Pyramid Formations and Basket Tosses.
    • I had discovered that I could kick up without fear, and I loved the feeling of flying up against the wall into a handstand.
    • She had to do cartwheels and handstands, but was perfect.
    • One of the instructors then broke into a flurry of breaking moves that included vault-like leg swinging and inverted human pretzel handstands to make a gymnast blush.
    • This action is key for pushing movements in the shot put, the press-up to a handstand in gymnastics, pushing in football and the final push-off to clear the bar in the pole vault.
    • Well I was fairly reserved; my mum was super excited and I was internally, so it wasn't like I was jumping around doing handstands or using the trampoline or anything like that.
    • They spin on their heads, do back flips, handstands and capoiera moves.
    • They are doing handstands, cartwheels and back flips in San Diego for a team that was 1-15 last season.
    • She did everything, but on one of the handstands she was short and they devalued it.
    • When you see physical strength and ability like that, it's really inspiring - it makes me want to do handstands and backflips.
    • You are astonished to discover the man can do cartwheels, handstands and back flips.
    • Ikeda, who won the gold medal on balance beam at the 1954 World Gymnastics Championships, amazed the audience by performing a handstand after mounting the podium to accept her award.
    • He feels like he is caught in a permanent handstand, feet to the heavens, hands to the earth, swinging free.
    • After a year attending classes at the Montreal circus school, Corinne was doing wheelies on a unicycle and holding handstands.
    • Chen, who is now playing elder sister to many of her younger classmates, has already accustomed herself to the endless backward somersaults, handstands and horse vaults.
    • On bars, I have to make sure the handstands are perfect.
    • We see one monk do a handstand balanced solely on his index fingers.
    • I tell my gymnast daughter not to do handstands on the settee, while remembering the times I did just that.
    • Considering the twins were already doing handstands and backflips while blindfolded on the top of a revolving 16-metre high wheel of death, it's difficult to imagine how the Russians might have gone one better.