Hmm definitely going to be an insta purchase but i was hoping it would have more strong endurance protocols than just the swing and pushup one. At least a snatch protocol in addition would have been nice.
@Juri think full body maximal tension with an explosive execution. A clapping pushup does not necessarily translate to a powerful pushup. However, a strong push where your hands just barely leave the floor (or not at all) could be. To really understand what this means and how to execute it properly you should see an SFB/G or attend the StrongFirst BW course. Naked Warrior definitely addresses the tension portion, but I cannot recall if it discusses the explosiveness, homework for the weekend.
A couple thoughts on the swing and pushup coupling:
1. Both free weight and bodyweight balance.
2. No overhead room needed (this is actually something that matters in some homes - I like my basement for working out but it has low ceilings, so no TGUs possible but swings are fine)
3. A push and a pull, full body both
4. A bend and a rigidity
5. Only one kettlebell needed at a time - I've got two sizes for S&S, one for swings and one for TGUs
6. TGUs are epic and heroic, but I think the good ole pushup loads more weight onto you