Question End S&S workout with push-ups?

Marc

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I would say yes! Maybe alternate with pullups i.e. one day pushups the next pullups and so on
 

offwidth

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Can I add at the end of the S & S training a pump, press or pull exercise?
Welcome.
To answer your question... it all really depends on what your goals are, and what your current level of fitness is. For some folks I would say no. For others yes. As @Oscar and @Marc have said, pull-ups are a popular and in my opinion a complimentary option.
 

Marcin K

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Thank you for your answer. I am a person who is athletic. I practice 4-5 times a week. I've finished ETK (and ROP) with 16 KG Kettlebell. Now I try to slowly go through Simple and sinister, starting from 24 kg.

Are pump ups and pull ups up as an accessory suitable for me? What about the press?
Welcome.

To answer your question... it all really depends on what your goals are, and what your current level of fitness is. For some folks I would say no. For others yes. As @Oscar and @Marc have said, pull-ups are a popular and in my opinion a complimentary option.
 

offwidth

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You still haven't indicated what your training goals are. So it's hard to say. Are you training for a sport, an event, job performance? Weight loss? General fitness? How much time do you have to dedicate to training?
It all depends.
In general terms I think that pull-ups are very complimentary to S&S
 

Sean M

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Thank you for your answer. I am a person who is athletic. I practice 4-5 times a week. I've finished ETK (and ROP) with 16 KG Kettlebell. Now I try to slowly go through Simple and sinister, starting from 24 kg.

Are pump ups and pull ups up as an accessory suitable for me? What about the press?
Welcome to the forum. I am aware of others on this forum who pair S&S (at 3-4 days a week) with alternating days of push-ups, pistol squats, and pull-ups (3-5 sets of 3-5 reps with maximal tension and precision).
 

pet'

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Hello,

Why not ? It would depends on lot of things:
> physical & medical background
> ability to recover
> goal

Kind regards,

Pet'
 

Antti

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