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  1. xagunos

    Bodyweight My favorite push-up variation at the moment Hopefully some of you may find this useful. All that’s needed for this exercise is the floor and wall. It’s much more difficult than it looks and does an excellent job working the delts, upper pecs, traps and triceps. You’ll have to play around with...
  2. Bajzath

    Kettlebell push up variation

    Kettlebll push up variation
  3. Bodyweight Combining GTG pushups with push ups training

    Hi everyone! For several weeks I have been doing GTG loaded push-ups 4 times a week and with one push-up training a week (5x12-15) and with each week I notice progress (in the number of push-ups or the time under tension), but I have the impression that only one training session a week is...
  4. Jacobcutt

    Daily Gung

    Ladies and Gentlemen, I am starting here a training log. What I will be programming follows. 1. Simple & Sinister - Swings and Get Ups. I am currently on the 1 1/2 pood. I will continue working 5-6 days a week until Simple is mastered, tapering down to 3-4 times a week. I want to master...
  5. Kettlebell Basic Program Adjustment

    Hello StrongFirst Community ! Short introduction: I started kettlebelling last year and reached Simple last week. I am quite happy with that but I am also happy that I can continue with something different aswell. After internalizing Dan Johns phrase “Sitting on a whale, fishing for minnows”...
  6. Bodyweight Can you grease the groove push-ups and bench press at the same time?

    My goal with push-ups is to gain reps and build muscular endurance, and while I've found success with greasing the groove, I have abandoned bench pressing so it doesn't interfere with my recovery. But I'd love to increase my strength on the bench press. Pavel Tsatsouline recommends only...
  7. mikhael

    Bodyweight 10/10 of Push-up - WTH effect.

    Nothing new to all of you StrongFirst Familly, but something I didn't expect. Here is the thing: I practice Push-ups in a 10/10 EMOM for a while, and my last RM was 36, or so, where 30 reps were completed without stop, and 6 more after 2 second pause. Today I retested Push-ups and the outcome...
  8. Jacobcutt

    Other/Mixed Muscular Imbalance in the Shoulder

    I'm currently experiencing quite a bit of pain, discomfort and range of motion issues in my right shoulder. I am no expert, but body awareness from approximately seven years of yoga, martial arts and exercise leads me to infer this is do to a gross muscle imbalance. I spent a great deal of...
  9. mikhael

    Bodyweight Hit The Deck! Pushup program and what to do after?

    Hi, I have a question regarding the Hit The Deck! program from Beyond Bodybuilding. I've been following the plan since last week, and so far I increased my RM by 16% from 45 to 52 reps. Not but, but there is one more test incoming after the second week with the plan. In the book, Pavel wrote...
  10. mikhael

    Kettlebell Vodka and Pickles Plan Structure

    Hi. I'm planning to start Vodka and Pickles and I'm considering how to implement upper body exercises. One of my conception is to add the following: Dips (weighted and unweighted) Push-ups (4-8-12-16-20-16-12-8-4 Pyramid performed 3-4 times a week according to this plan) Pull-ups Advance PIKE...
  11. Bodyweight Shoulder position in OAPU

    A few weeks ago I tried a few one arm one leg push ups and managed 3 between both hands. I found though that I struggled to keep my shoulders packed and my anterior delta were very sore the next day (where my chest and abs and triceps were not at all). I do a lot of overhead press and pull...
  12. mikhael

    Bodyweight Fighter Push-up Program

    We all know the Fighter Pull-up Program and many of us used it to gain some serious strength, but my question is, is there an alternative version of the program with Push-ups?
  13. workout union

    Bodyweight Explosive Push Ups

    Do you work on your explosive push up? What do you think of the called "kuki push up" ?
  14. NoahMarek

    Bodyweight High volume bodyweight training

    I have been reading recently about Herschel Walker and the Great Gama’s training styles. Both involve very high volumes of bodyweight training exercises (obviously a bit extreme but the principles can still be applied). I am gonna give this a go and focus on push up variations, squat/lunge...
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