Missing Double Rack Reverse Lunge Tutorial
Thanks, @David… It’s in there and updated now.
double rack reverse lunge tutorial video is missing in Phase One Kettlebell Training
@Len – can you please check again? I just updated it. Let me know please, Len! Thanks, Chris.
One thing I found very helpful from Geoff Neupert’s online programs was the inclusion of video demonstrating a complete rep(s) of the complex. This greatly helped with pacing as well as making safe/efficient transitions between the various parts of the complex.
@David – that’s a great idea. I’ll go ahead and film those tomorrow and get them uploaded.
A1 and A2 are supposed to be performed as a complex? Without putting down the kettlebells?
@Adriano – it depends on your level. I would start with separating them in the first 2 or 3 sessions and then accumulating volume as a superset later on.
“***NOTE ? For the See Saw Press, ?Sets of 2? means 2 reps per arm, NOT 1 rep per arm***”
For clarity? is the same true for the reverse lunges? 1 lunge per leg= 1 set?
Hi Paul – yes, that’s correct… 1 lunge PER LEG.
For double rack lunge one should use the same kettlebells of seesaw press or it’s a better choise to find the actual 5RM?
@Adriano – either is fine. As with FOY, this program was designed to use only one pair of KBs. But if you access to another pair, then by all means use another pair that reflects your true 5RM.
Hey Chris, Just signed up!
I’ve not used one of your courses before so could you talk a little on how to work out your 5RM?
Also, when will the other courses be available to view? I’d like to check them out and see where i want to start.
Hey James – Just filmed a Members Only Video for you about this. Check it out – https://alphadadproject.com/5rm/
Day#1: 35# bells 20rounds
Tougher than anticipated
Finished up with 10TGUs @55#
Not my best idea
Hey Joseph… If you were able to do 20 rounds AND THEN another 10 TGUs… YOU NEED TO GO HEAVIER! You’re strong man… use your strength for the main event, not for the after party 🙂
I’m seeing a slight inconsistency between this page and the calendar page. This page recommends session 1,3,5 to use 2 reps, sessions 2,4 to use 3 reps, and 6 to use 4 reps. The calendar recommends sessions 1,2 to use 2 reps, sessions 3,4,5 to use 3 reps, and session 6 to use ladders of 2,3,5 reps. Am I seeing it wrong, or are they using different recommendations?
Hi Chris. I’ve noticed that there is no hinge movement in this phase except for cleaning the kettlebells before presses and lunges
Problem with the sound .
I can hardly hear what your’e saying
in youtube I can hear fine
adjusted settings, its better now.
@Barak – Perfect!
Chris calendar has a different loading protocol then the one you posted in this module. Which is the right one?
Chris can we get this program in pdf format so I can load it as a documnet on my phone, please
Hi Greg – yes for sure. I’m just uploading Phase 2 now, so I’ll be able to take care of that by the end of the week.
For calendar, week 4 KB should be sets of 4, not ladders.
There’s another thing
I think that one should alternate between HD sessions and LD sessions during the week
Somewhere else you recommend checking out “The Double KB Master Class”. By clicking it you’re taken to Courses section (following Blog on top black line). The Table of Contents opens but you can’t open on any of the sections.
Hi Edward – I’ve just added you to the access group. I’m not sure why you weren’t included. Please check now as you should have access.
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