The more you can turn your legs into airplane wings the easier it becomes to balance your handstand on 2 but especially on 1 hand. The more active you can open into the full straddle the easier it becomes to pull the legs around and up during the press to handstand and the wider you can open your legs the further you can move your cente of gravity and the bigger your mechanical advantage becomes when doing planches and levers in Calisthenics.
Being flexible is only half of the deal. Now you need to learn to tame this beast, get controlled and strong. The unique combination of glutes, adducteur and oblique work is what makes middle split conditioning so desirable. Additionally you need strong hamstrings in order to keep your knees locked in the middle split.
Lots is happening at the same time with muscles pulling in different directions. First understand how, then practice until you get it.
Only the best drills are good enough for your active middle split. Together we will make sure you invest your time and energy only into the right exercises.
Build coordination, strength and awareness to look better upside down and get more stable.
Handstands, martial arts, yoga, calisthenics, dance. The list is endless and active middle splits will help you everywhere.
Being flexible is only half of the game. Now you have to learn to tame the beast. Develop end of motion strength and control.