Until you reach "Simple", I recommend almost daily practice. Apart form floor presses and holds, do:Hi, Pavel -
I am still struggling with even a partial 32kg TGU, while I use that same weights regularly on 1A swings. I’ve worked in floor press static holds as you mentioned before, but so far no real progress.
I do train 3x/week due to some time constraints - do you think it may be a matter of overall volume? I noticed something Steve Freides mentioned in this thread and it has been running through my mind lately: https://www.strongfirst.com/community/threads/minimum-effective-dose.9537/
Thank you for any thoughts!!!
I was doing WHM for 3 months, every day. As for breath hold times, I had excellent results, plus many other positive effects - better calmness of the mind, cold tolerance... but I had many doubts (I felt "high", "intoxicated"), so I stopped doing it. To be able to make a better opinion of the method, I attended a workshop taught by WHM certified instructor - and I had even more doubts. Both Pavel (Second Wind) and Patrick McKeown explained the potential benefits (some) and dangers (many - heart, brain... !) of hyperventilation as practiced in WHM. It works - for for a price.Mr Pavel, you were at Wim Hof's, and you recommend The Oxygen's Advantage to McKeown's.
Aren't these methods opposed?