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This is a great puzzle to solve, and I think it is solvable. The basic recipe I would follow is: do what you can until you can do a "reverse" Turkish get-up, starting from the top -- a "Turkish lie-down"? With that in hand, the get-up is not far behind. You'll want to prioritize a few specific areas: general strength overhead stability ...


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Given lack of information in your question, I'm going to make a couple of assumptions; a 40lbs kettlebell isn't a significant portion of your bodyweight, it's the initial roll to elbow that you're struggling with for the TGU and you can do a set of 10 single arm swings with it. For the Turkish Get Up, this is almost certainly a technique issue. A lot of ...


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Without knowing your weak points specifically since turkish get-up is a whole body exercise, here is a list of exercises you can do with a kettlebell that will target every part of your body(you can pick and choose). The bolded ones are the most important, especially for snatch but they will all help contribute: kettlebell swing glute bridges (use a ...


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I would say pike pushups first is likely ideal because these are callisthenic movements. Compound first is typically something people say to people lifting weights. You don't want to do isolation work and tire out a muscle required in a lift or the rest of the muscles required in the lift won't get as much out of the session. Worst case scenario you tire out ...


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A few tips here, if you are wanting to stay at 5kg or use more reps and build bigger biceps: muscles need 48 hours to recover from a workout. stick to 3 times a week. I know it seems counter productive but if you do more, you will actually make your biceps stop growing, or even get smaller! Once a day! Slow down and do 2 seconds to lift the weight, and 2 ...


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It sounds like you're misusing the term "mobility". That usually refers to the range of motion that you can put a joint through, like a dynamic (moving) type of flexibility. What you're describing ("using my muscles in various angles and different movements") is "exercise variation". Your idea basically seems to be doing ...


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