You have a knack for finding the best!
Thank you! I look forward to progressively bringing the time down further!Fantastic! I can't wait for your SFG I. You are in great shape! But don't worry, there is no such thing as "too ready".
Your log is a great example of scaling this SFG Prep program for an average/strong male. So, thanks for that! I still get inquiries about it, and I will provide a link to your log to those who may benefit.
The great thing was twice a week double cleans & Squats really made a difference. About half way through the program 2 x 24kg went from challenging to feeling a bit light. I upped the weight and progressively felt better as I went on too. I feel I could squat heavier, but it's the Clean to rack which is the biggest challenge as I upped to bellsCongratulations on such great progress! I am also interested in progressing my double kb lifts so maybe I will give it a shot
Solid work! How do you feel going from 2x24 to 2x32 Lee? I have these pairs and 24s are quite easy on swings, cleans and presses and medium on squats. Double 32s are heavy on swings, cleans and presses and very heavy on squats for me. A big jump. I am looking for a program to progress from 24s through DYI 28s to 32s. In other words I want to make 24s very easy and 32s just medium-heavy - this way I can start RoTK program confidently. Do you think that this SFG prep program can make it or there are better options?DBFSQ 25 total reps @ 2 x 32kg
Double kettlebell Swing 70 total reps @ 2 x 24kg
It was great for me yesterday to meet another Master SFG yesterday (Jason Marshall) who was familiar with the program from the article. He also thinks highly of it and said he had used it on a trainee himself. That's in addition to Master SFG Lance Coffel, my SFG II team leader, who was also familiar with it and called it brilliant. That's some pretty high powered praise for Al's program!I first of all was unsure when I started as I had just started ROP, but this program similarly hits the press well, with the added benefit of working all the other qualities along the way! I believe I've achieved more with this than I would have with running ROP