High 5 and Twist

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Jeremy Klinkhamer

5 Responses to “High 5 and Twist”

  1. Your fitness instructons is most valuable.

    Do you offera DVD or DVDs that can be purchased or can any of the presentations be downloaded?

    Is there a possibility that you can work in convert with Paul to generate such DVDs to offer such a program?

    Thank you

    • Hi Robert,
      Thanks so much for the kind words and encouragement. We’ve actually been discussing this lately. What kind of things would you find most valuable?
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  2. August 2, 2018

    NormanKline

    The “ High 5 and Twist” is exactly the kind of exercises I need. I am 72 years old. Along with other nicks and bruises, I’ve had both shoulders replaced. There are many things I can’t do if I want my shoulders to last. I am doings “gyrotronics”. I get stengh and flexibility though movement. I bet there are many people on this web site that have similar situations. Since you understand what we are trying to accomplish in our golf game I think a DVD with movements that produce strength and flexibility at the same time would be great for everyone. Your video that demonstrates adductor and abbductor is also a great one.

    Norm Kline

  3. March 26, 2021

    JohnFieler

    You indicate 2-3 sets of 10 repetitions. How often? Is this something to be done daily as stretches are done, or 3 times per week, like every other day, as strengthening is done?

    At what point should one increase the weight of the kettlebell? I bought an 8 kg kettlebell after doing 10 reps in the store with each side, 1 set only, without any straining. It will obviously help for awhile but should I be just working with this weight for a long time, or should there be an increase in weight along the way?

    Like the previous gentleman, I am 72 years old, have recently resumed a stretching routine (flexibility is my poorest physical characteristic), practice or play 3-5 times per week in Tucson.

  4. March 31, 2021

    JohnFieler

    I would also like to ask:

    Since a kettlebell is not adjustable, might it be preferable to start with 2 sets of five repetitions, then slowly add repetitions to build up to 2 sets of 10-12 repetitions?

    Otherwise, If one starts with a single set of repetitions and builds to 10-12 reps, how does one continue to gradually build to 2 sets of 10-12 reps each? Seems that going from one set of 10 to 2 sets of 10 would be a big jump.

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