You might leveling your reps on this. Instead of 20/12/13 for 52, try 18/18/18 for 54. Then try to add a rep to one set or 2 sets, etc. This has worked well for me on pull-ups.
That seems like good advice; I will definitely start doing that thanks.
Due to time constraints and family commitments I have been out of the house lately and have been unable to train. I've been thinking though and come to the realisation that the freehold handstand press up will take me at least half a year to achieve.
I'm no quitter so I've set some milestones I would like to tick off on my journey:
1. Push Press Bodyweight
2. Press Bodyweight
3. Military Press Bodyweight
4. Hold Static Handstand Position with Feet against wall 30seconds+
5. Hold Static Free Handstand Position 30seconds+
6. Dynamic Handstand Press!
I need to incorporate more static holds to strengthen my abs to get ready for the stabilisation required for the free holds; so I'm incorporating the typical planche progression into the training. I figure if I can do a planche a handstand should be no problem!
Frogstand for 30 seconds -> Tucked Planche for 30 seconds -> Advanced Tuck Planche 30 Seconds -> Straddle Planche for 30 seconds -> Planche for 30 seconds --> Then move from static holds to dynamic holds such as straddle planche press ups
This is an undertaking which will I'm certain will take me a couple of years to achieve; but I won't rest till I'm able to do it!