I'm having trouble progressing with kettlebell military press for SFG1 cert at the end of the month. I am not solid with my five reps. Three reps are good, occasionally five come out good but not consistent.
How are you training your press?I'm having trouble progressing with kettlebell military press for SFG1 cert at the end of the month. I am not solid with my five reps. Three reps are good, occasionally five come out good but not consistent.
Tim is a great fellow. Tell him you got to chat with me hereYeah thanks for the great responses peeps,
I am currently training with Tim Bate, SFGll, instructor and using Brett Jones' program for the structure. Three days in there with pressing amongst the other skills. My focus now is on the areas of weakness being the Press and in the background the fear of the snatch test
Tim has also suggested and we have programmed the ladders in to the training, which I have started two days ago. Was interested in others strategies.
Here's the updated listUnder 60kg = 20kg
Over 60kg = 24kg
Then it goes to 28kg and 32kg depending on body-weight.
I like that much better for those of us on the lighter side. Although I've been using kettlebells since 2001, I refused to get certified years ago because everyone had to use 24kg (or more). At a body-weight of 125-132lbs, a 24kg is heavy for the Snatch test.Here's the updated list
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