WHITEBOARD – 30 March 2011


Max Dumbbell Turkish Get-up

Notes: For the weight to count you must successfully complete 1 rep on each the left and right.  Take a look at Zac Even-Esh’s video to see how to complete.  The only thing I would note is to push the hip up a little higher to transfer the leg under.  Also, if you have a TGU over 100lbs use the barbel to complicate the movement.

Be safe, and think about packing the shoulder during the whole movement.  You never want the elbow bent or any pain in the movement.  If the weight moves away from you and you can feel the rep failing, please do not try to save it as this can cause some nasty issues.

9 Responses to “WHITEBOARD – 30 March 2011”
  1. Freddy says:

    So is it a TGU and a get-back-down on each side, or just ground to standing?



  2. Kevin Olds says:

    dumbell 45 55 65 75 ( PR )
    barbell 85 ( left check, right f )

  3. Dedik says:

    barbell 105 (PR)

  4. grzm (Michael) says:

    dumbbell 45# 50# 55# 60#. failed on 65 with both arms.

  5. kemm says:

    dumbbell 80#

  6. Robin says:

    dumbbell 30# 35# 40# 45# 50#(pr)
    55# right check failed left

    2.5 mile run

  7. Shawn says:

    Dumbbell 25, 35, 45, 55, 60, 65 R, L (f)

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