Thanks robby, as far as handstand go I think the reason I got it so quickly along with the HSPU is because this is what I really wanted to be able to do when I started calisthenics. You know how about 90% of people when they start calisthenics want to learn the muscle up, for me I really didn’t have that desire, my desire was purely the handstand and HSPU so I trained religiously everyday until I got it, as most people would do with the muscle up. As far as my core goes, along with the core workout above, I also do multiple sets of dragon flys hanging leg raises as well as l sit, and v sits, but I reserve these exercise to Saturday. I perform the workout above Monday-Friday and every Saturday when I have some free time I perform dragon flys and l sits/v sits to handstand variation on the parallel bar along with planch push ups. Basically during the week I do my routine and afterward on Monday and Tuesday I practice for my front lever, Wednesday I practice tiger bend and on Thursday and Friday I practice for my muscle up. I think I’ll take your advice and implement the free standing handstand push ups into my routine. Also what do you mean by bridging? My pistol squats are in the works but I’m having a hard time lowering myself down without falling backwards lol, I think I have to either practice them more (I honestly practice them once a week but I work my lower body 3 times a week) or build up more strength in my legs.