Not a question per se about the TGU, but getting up in and of itself Majority of people I work with are 60+. They have trouble getting up and down off the floor. I work few the initial TGU progressions with them, however for most their is a big roadblock to kneeling, with it is arthritic pain, joint replacement, or other issues. Without teaching the actual Get Up, I'd be curious to hear how others coach older adults from the floor to a standing position without ever going into a kneeling stage. I've experimented with a chair or other supports to "hover" the down knee while using the upper body to support oneself but I am never 100% pleased with the outcome's quality. Any advice or experience with this is appreciated!