35 thoughts on “Al Kavadlo – Pushing The Limits!

  • By Sean -

    Just found the site- love it. Question- how many tattoos do I need to do these exercises and will I need to shave my head? Kidding- but great site. Any plans to make an app with workouts?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Sean! No tats required!

      • By Leo -

        Hey Sean and Al,

        Got my first tat a few weeks ago, I’m almost 58 but I feel like a 22 year old. BTW my head is pretty near shaved, I like the stubble feel.
        Al, love you great videos, you’re an inspiration…

        Thanks,

        Leo

        • By Al Kavadlo -

          Congrats on the new ink, Leo! And thanks for the comment!

  • By Mick Schwartz -

    Al,
    My son (9 years old) and I will see you for the release! Coming at you from Rhode Island. He is excited and so am I. Its going to be awesome!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Looking forward to having you guys there! Thanks for the comment!

  • By J-Lewt -

    Just ordered the paperback. I am very much looking forward to reading it.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, J-Lewt! Hope you enjoy it!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, J-Lewt! Hope you enjoy it!

  • By tbone -

    Is it hard for Danny to keep a straight face when you always have that s#!7-eating grin?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Yeah he cracks a smile occasionally. 😉

  • By mc70 -

    Ordered the paperback Monday just waiting on the FedEx truck. … where is that dam guy

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      I hope it arrives today! Enjoy!

  • By patrizzi -

    Ordered it when I got back to the hotel. Thanks again!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Right on, Roger! My pleasure!

  • By dzzank -

    Your nooks are great!
    I have both of them Raising the bar and Pushing the limits and I can say they’re the best bodyweight training books.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks! I appreciate your support!

  • By patrizzi -

    Got the book in the mail last night already on chapter 6. AWESOME stuff! Great read and some amazing artwork also!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks! We’re Working Out!

  • By Mick Schwartz -

    I’m picking up my copy at the release. However, a buddy of mine got his in the mail yesterday and let me scope it out. You should be commended for the work. Visually stunning as well as a wealth of knowledge and inspiration! To put it simply, it is awesome. Rock on, Al!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Mick!

  • By mc70 -

    I own both books raising the bar and pushing the limits these are by far my favorite books on bodyweight training great job Al. m/

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, mc70!

  • By Mick Schwartz -

    It was awesome and sureal to meet you and Danny last night. My Son, Aiden, couldn’t stop talking about it the whole way home. Thanks, again. We truly felt we were in the presence of greatness. It was an experiance we will never forget. I didn’t get the chance to thank Rachel for taking pictures, could you tell her I said thank you.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      It was great to meet you and Aiden, too! Thanks!

  • By Felipe Passolas -

    congrats Al for the new book!!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Felipe! Definitely get in touch if you’re ever back in NYC.

  • By Matias Page -

    Hey Al, I’m waiting for the book to arrive. Currently I’m progressing and following one of the programs in Convict Conditioning. How would you say Pushing the Limits differs from it? By the way, the design of your book is clear and bright. Cheers!

    • By Matias Page -

      Please ignore my question regarding CC. I just read your reply to a nearly identical question in the Pushing the Limits ebook post… Thanks again!

      • By Al Kavadlo -

        No prob – glad you were able to find the answer to your question. :)

  • By dhairya -

    HI Al, I watched your recent video about handstand.

    The first step to learn this is to do hand stand with support to head. I feel pressure on my head but I can do frog stand for 20 sec and working progressively on it. Can i skip first step or any idea to make my head strong??

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      It’s just a suggested progression. Use whichever path works best for you. Also, you may want to place a towel or other soft object under your head when first learning a headstand.

      • By dhairya -

        Thankyou v.much

        • By Starpool -

          This may sound strange, and of course I have no way of knowing if it applies to you, but people who were born prematurely cannot stand any pressure on the top of their heads. Anyway, whether you were a premature baby or not, my advice would be to avoid doing headstands if you can’t stand the pressure on your head.

          • By RobbyTaylor -

            That’s a generalization; I was born 6 weeks prematurely and I don’t have a problem with pressure on my head. There are many possible reasons for this; typically, though, I believe it can be resolved with proper conditioning. I originally found it discomforting to do wrestler’s bridges on hardwood, tile, or concrete, but now it’s not a problem at all.

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