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    Spikeman1444 is offline Senior Member
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    I'm curious, After completing the RoP, I mean the 200 snatch and 1/2 bodyweight press. Would it be a good idea to move on the VWC or Power the the People?

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    Either would be a fine program. You could also do Return of the Kettlebell, or kettlebell muscle. Just don't try to do all of it at the same time!

    These are all different programs with different goals; pick the one that best matches your goals, equipment (without regular access to a bar, pttp won't work; rotk and km need doubles of bells, etc), temperment, etc and do that.
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    Thank you!!!! I've been wondering if it's possible to use both Naked Warrior and the RoP program?

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    Sure, several ways to do it, the best starting point is probably to follow the guidelines in ETK. And if its cutting into your recovery, then back off from it. Don't try to add too much. Are you doing the pullups with the pressing ladders?
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    It's going to depend massively on your goals. What do you want to get out of your training?

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    I am doing Pavels Fighter Pull Up program in addition to the RoP. I want to get stronger and build muscle as my main goal.

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    I think I want to start dead lifting so PTTP is going to be my choice.

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    Just keep in mind that strength is a long journey, and not a sprint. Exercise sustainably friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pk13 View Post
    Just keep in mind that strength is a long journey, and not a sprint. Exercise sustainably friend!
    I will keep that in mind!!!! Thank you!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikeman1444 View Post
    I am doing Pavels Fighter Pull Up program in addition to the RoP. I want to get stronger and build muscle as my main goal.
    If you're doing the ROP, I would follow the book's guidance and superset pullups with your presses rather than do the Fighter Pullup program - best to follow only one program at a time, IMHO.

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