#### getterupper

##### First Post

20-24-28-24-20

or

24-32-40-32-24

If using equal weight jumps, it always comes out to less average work than 5x at the middle weight. For example, 20-24-28-24-20 is 116 kg total compared to 5x24 = 120 kg; and 24-32-40-32-24 is 152 kg total compared to 5x32 = 160 kg. So it's marginally less total work, but it provides a few opportunities in the practice session that you don't get from five equally weighted get-ups:

1. A peak rep at slightly higher weight

2. An opportunity on both ends to dial in form at an easy weight

3. A natural "warmup" on the way up which helps to mitigate the need for prior shoulder work

Anyone tried this as a part of S&S practice? I like to do my TGUs first in the session, so a pyramid or ladder feels like a natural fit.