So, it is like this, let’s say X is warming up and I notice that “out of nowhere,” he is stiff in the Thoracic Mobility stuff, say Opposite Bird Dogs. This happens with athletes and office workers. So the deLorme workout is this: A: that 50% weight, for me, like a 16 K Kettlebell B:….
I had a good question come up recently about how to train post-Kettlebell Certification. If you don’t understand the terms, clearly, you missed something in the Cert. I would also recommend that you do Push Ups and Planks and “this and that,” but here is a nice way to take what you learned and run….
When the second pull is weak, look to the first pull. The body positions of the second pull are so favorable, that you should always feel strong when the back starts to whip… so, look to the weight coming off the floor.
Dick Smith from the old York Barbell Club was the one who really understood the rack work, in fact, to quote Dick “Hoffman NEVER understood the rack work.”
A couple of quick suggestions: first, the role of hypertrophy needs to be addressed. One of things that starts to mellow out is the “passion” to train. Honestly, I don’t have the answer there, but a few years ago, DHEA was argued to be the answer here. So, whatever it takes to reignite the spark,….