That's very close to Dan John, as Robert said. I think he uses KB Swings with those get-ups as well. That's one bloody crazy goal to reach. Is there a reason for this weirdness? You can get better on TGU's even if you do other stuff as well. Is there a reason for such limited workouts? It will work, but this seems like it's for a person that has NO time to workout
I wanted to choose exercises that will develop areas of my physical well being that I have neglected over the last couple years - specifically, general athleticism, explosive power, flexibility, and mind/body connection. I also wanted exercises that address my anatomical weak spots; thoracic mobility, cardiovascular capacity, and shoulder health.
Also, as you read again and again, form follows function. I am just a little bit curious what an incarnation of me that could do 200 consecutive TGU's would look like. I'm hoping to be a bit more "bulletproof" and to undo some of the damage that my long-time sedentary lifestyle has caused.
I can't image that a me that can do 200 TGUs would be anything other than significantly more awesome that the me that is right now. And I don't mind being labeled bloody crazy, either...it takes a little bloody-mindedness to accomplish great things.