Handstand, freeze, position supported by only the arms with the entire body upside down.
Handstand variations are sometimes referred to as air freezes.
Also hollowback. Handstand with back arched and legs extending backward.
Also pike. Hollowback with legs piked.
Invert with the waist rotated to one side.
One-hand handstands are also called air freezes. While the one-hand handstand position has been part of the 1990 since the 1970s, the idea to hold it in a freeze seems to have arisen much later.
Also flag. One-hand handstand with legs leaning to the side of the supporting arm.
One-hand handstand with legs in an "L" shape. Similar to the aú batido from capoeira. Done by Swift Rock in 1989 .
Also Air Jordan. One-hand handstand with legs pointed upward in a V shape. Often, the leg on the side of the supporting arm is bent. Named for its resemblance to either the Nike "Swoosh" or Air Jordan/"Jumpman" logo. Developed by Easy Rock .
The Nike and L Kick are similar.
Also pike. Invert with one hand.