@Tobias Wissmueller pop and chop is basically a naked swing. There is a youtube of it below except the way the SFG demonstrated it to me had more intensity at the top - start standing straight up with arms straight out and hands as if they would "chop", then burst your hands back slapping your thighs as they go back and burst into your hinge position, then explode into the hip thrust with arms back in front slapping your thighs again on the way up.
All of the drills focus on tensing the glutes, thighs, abdomen and lats and help groove the motion. It is helping my swing - now less of a squat + arm raise and more of a hip thrust with floating bell (still very amateur but much better than it was before).
*More difficult fitting S&S in this week. I am trying to apply S&S to professional life and spent the 5 am to 6 am hour on reading. Usually it is not hard to get the workout in in the evening. My son has youth boxing 2-3 evenings per week and sometimes I can get some workout done there depending on how much help the kids need. But it isn't kettlebell. If I can get at least 4 S&S sessions per week I'll keep doing this schedule. If not I may return to morning workout.
S&S warm-up with 16 kg
TAS with 16 kg 8x10
Arm bar x3 with 16 kg