If you feel confident in the double swing form, go lower rep. You'll sometimes need to adjust the rep counts to fit your ability and the weight selection you have, so don't feel that you have to complete exactly what is prescribed if it is too much. The advanced programs have a wide array of movements so it is okay to dial back if you aren't confident in one of them.
The great part of our programs is that you complete each class twice and the programs build, so you can practice the double swing and improve technique over time if you choose.
You also always have the option to regress it to a two-hand (regular) kettlebell swing.
In the pyramid, you will start over after every movement as in the video. There are five steps to get to the standing position of a Turkish Get Up (the x4 to get back down, not including the standing position at the top). You'll do back to the bottom starting position after each step and can go down as normal and start a new rep of the get up once you are at the top standing position.
Here are the steps:
1. elbow roll, back down
2. elbow roll + straight arm, back down
3. elbow roll + straight arm + leg sweep, back down
4. elbow roll + straight arm + leg sweep+ hinge to lunge position, back down
5. elbow roll + straight arm + leg sweep+ hinge to lunge position + stand up, back down fully and start a new rep one other side
*you also have the option to continue working the steps in reverse order via the pyramid on the way down. If you do this we recommend a light to moderate weight, as your time under tension will be long.
6. standing position, back down
7. bottom position to half kneel, back down
8. bottom position to leg sweep, back down
9. bottom position to straight arm seated position, back down
10. bottom position to elbow roll, back down (x1 rep is finished)
Hope this helps!