... have never been my thing. Gyms have never been my thing, either. Nor yoga classes. Nor anything that requires purchasing of equipment. But, needs must. Thank deities for YouTube, I guess. I do a combination of HIIT (high-intensity interval training) and core (because my core is lousy) for all of 15-20 minutes, followed by wall walks (to handstand), five mornings a week. Sometimes I go for a run (locally, while the lockdown is on - running round back alleys of my neighbourhood is a bit shit).
The following videos are the ones I use most frequently right now.
What the hell is a tabata?
This is a new discovery, I tried the workout for the first time today (17 April 2020) and found it sufficiently difficult, but achievable with practice.
The workout I've been doing the longest.
Then I started alternating this workout in when I started getting a bit bored.
It is what it is, I walk backwards up a wall into a handstand, so I am facing the wall, i.e. I'm not kicking up into a handstand. I try and work on my body shape (which is why core strength is important), and I am currently trying to shift my weight from hand to hand. All this will hopefully make me more stable when I'm in handstand.