StrongFirst Bodyweight Course - Available Now

Carl

Level 5 Valued Member
Excited for this but have one question.

Does this online course include the PDF course material downloads, one would receive if attending an in person course?
 

Adam R Mundorf

Level 5 Valued Member
what kind of downloadable materiel ?
@ibonhomme and @Sean M

There's a downloadable pdf that has a breakdown of the lessons with all of the regressions and progressions. For example, the one arm pushup begins with power breathing -> plank -> etc. Pretty much will take you from zero to hero.

Then there is a programming pdf at the end of the course which provides you with different options.
 

Gepet

Level 4 Valued Member
Is the programming advice offered different to the suggestions included in the Naked Warrior? If this is an inappropriate question to ask let me know and I am not asking for detailed information on what the programming section includes. Just whether it's similar to a resource I already own. Thanks!
 

Adam R Mundorf

Level 5 Valued Member
Is the programming advice offered different to the suggestions included in the Naked Warrior? If this is an inappropriate question to ask let me know and I am not asking for detailed information on what the programming section includes. Just whether it's similar to a resource I already own. Thanks!
It's allot different for sure.
 

Brett Jones

StrongFirst Director of Education
Master Certified Instructor
Beast Tamer
Thank you Adam for your great answers and hope you have gained a lot from the course.

Yes—there are downloadable workbooks with each module and the programming module is unique.

Brett
 

Anna C

Level 9 Valued Member
Elite Certified Instructor
@Brett Jones Has there been any discussion of creating "follow along" session type modules as part of these courses? I can tell you that people look for that -- My S&S video has almost 30,000 views and I think it's because people use it that way. Like old time fitness DVDs...
 

ibonhomme

Level 6 Valued Member
Hello, I have invested in the bodyweight course with complete confidence since I have already bought the kettebell fundamentals.
Comparatively and to bounce back on @Anna C remark, I find that it lacks the equivalent of the "putting it into practice" demonstrated by Fabio Zonin who proposes drills in follow along tri sets.

But of course this is still an excellent online training course and I don't regret the purchase.
 

Brett Jones

StrongFirst Director of Education
Master Certified Instructor
Beast Tamer
ibonhomme
Thank you for your feedback.
RE: the Tri-sets
In bodyweight training there are more "variables" to putting together the tri-sets and selecting the drills that target skills that need to be improved to progress toward to goal.
With KB training the progressions are (or can be) more "set." Hence the difference in the putting it into practice.
 
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