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  1. Sebastien

    Kettlebell Goblet Squat with Competition Kettlebell

    Hi Strong First Community, I am currently transitioning from the Timeless Simple challenge to the Timed Simple challenge from the Pavel Tsatsouline S&S programme. For the warm-up, Pavel suggests to replace Prying Goblet Squats with Weighted Goblet Squats. His advice is to aim to use the same...
  2. Minimalist

    Bodyweight What do you think about warm up?

    Most of the coaches are saying about importance of warm up before training. From Pavel's old books I remember that he was not a big fan of doing warm up. I'm training everyday (GTG) so I do not do warm up and i feel good. In exercesises like weighted chin-ups risk of injury is much smaller than...
  3. Barbell Easy Strength Warm up Sets?

    Hello all friends in strength! Forgive if this question has been answered on this forum. I am new to forums and still figuring out how to search for answers. I have decided to undertake the Easy Strength/ 40 Day challenge. After reading the book and DJ's articles many times I still don't...
  4. Bauer

    Kettlebell Warmup for split S&S sessions

    If you were to split S&S sessions, how would you do the warmup? Say, with GUs in the morning and swings in the afternoon or vice versa. I guess halos before Get Ups (+maybe an arm bar and rolling) and GSq and SF bridges (+ some rocking) before Swings? Or would you recommend another approach?
  5. Oscar

    Other/Mixed Warm up or no warm up, that´s the question

    I am a bit confused about warm ups. Are they needed or not? For instance, when doing GTG, we are doing pure strength exercises, and we are not warming up. We just lift one leg and do a pistol, without previous goblet squats, without doing light exercises before, etc. The way I used to see...
  6. Benedictine Monk

    Kettlebell What is the purpose of Goblet Squats in the warm up?

    I apologize if this has been covered elsewhere, but I am curious what's expected of the GSQ warm up. Are we supposed to actually progress in weight? Or is it just a prying movement?
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