Raising the Bar Cover

There it is, guys: the cover of my forthcoming book, Raising the Bar: The Definitive Guide to Pull-up Bar Calisthenics (click the image to enlarge it).

The release date of the book is still to be determined, but I expect it will be available in the next several weeks. I’m currently working with the guys at Dragon Door to finish up the interior design of the book. I can’t wait for you guys to see this thing! I will let you know when an exact release date is set.

In other news, my first book, We’re Working Out! A Zen Approach to Everyday Fitness is now available in Kindle format from Fitedia. You can use the drop down menu on their product page to select a variety of e-book formats.

If you want a paper copy of We’re Working Out!, I recommend you order one soon. I only have about 100 copies left in my inventory and once those sell out, the only way to get the book will be as an electronic download.

37 thoughts on “Raising the Bar Cover

  • By warren -

    In your book will dip training be done on the pull up bar?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      This book goes over many different dip variations including straight bar as well as parallel bar versions.

  • By C.J. Brown -

    Can’t wait…exciting.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, CJ!  The wait is almost over!

  • By Kane Augustus -

    Sweet! I’m gonna have to set aside some quid for this.

    Cheers!
    Kane

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Kane!

  • By John Du Cane -

     It should be out in e-book format in about a couple of weeks if all goes to plan–John Du Cane

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks for stopping by, John!

      Patrice –  Thanks!  Like John said, you’ll be able to download the ebook real soon!

    • By Plinius -

      Hi John, I am living in Germany and have already spent a fortune on shipping and customs for my Dragondoor books and DVDs after giving in to all you seducing marketing mailings (thanks by the way , that’s how I found Al). So please make the stuff easier available for us guys on the continent. The frogs and huns need to get in shape too. We are not going to war against England, promised!

  • By Woodpt -

    Very excited to see what is inside….Is it going to be similar format to CC where there are progressions?  I have been practicing my hand balancing getting ready for this!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      It will be a similar format to CC, but not exactly the same.  The progressions in RTB aren’t as linear as the CC progressions.  My program leaves a lot of personal freedom to do what you want with it.

  • By Claus -

    Don’t judge a book by its cover… but in this case I really hope the content inside is just as cool as the cover! It’s looking cool:-)

    Can’t wait to check it out.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Haha – thanks, Claus!  The inside is gonna be even better!

  • By Etienne -

    stoked!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Me too!  🙂

  • By John Doe -

    Hi Al!

    In your opinion, which one is better to build core strenght – abs or planks?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Hey John – There is a whole chapter in Raising the Bar dedicated to core training.  I’m gonna keep you in suspense for a couple more weeks – the ebook will soon be ready for download!

  • By Raf -

    Hi,

    I’m interested in training methods (eg. do x% of your max pullups, then rest for 2 minutes, then go to pushups … etc). Do you cover such training methods in your book?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Raising the Bar will include a few sample routines as well as a “make your own workout” section.  The focus of the book, however, is on the exercises themselves, not the amount of time you should be resting between sets.

  • By Mark1971 -

    Hi Al,
    I got a lot from your last book, and am looking forward to putting idea’s from your new book into practice.
    Will you be making the physical version available through DD’s UK seller? Or producing a kindle version?
    BW, M:-)

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Mark!  I’m honestly not sure about the answers to your questions though.  I would hope the paper book is available internationally, but that is up to the folks at Dragon Door.

  • By Rich Mohr -

    Proud to report I finally got to 3 sets of 10 on my Australian pull ups, palms facing me and away (6 sets total)!!!  Those last few reps are tough but I think in about a week I’ll try to move on to a regular pull up!
    CHomping at the bit for this new book Al… releasing it this month I hope? 🙂
    Keep strong!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Congrats, Rich!  Yes, I expect the ebook for Raising the Bar to be released this month.  The paper version will be available late April/early May.

  • By Adam -

    !!! Just in time to break in the playground they are building in my neighborhood!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Right on – good timing!

  • By Primal Rick -

    So when do we get to see this new book? The anticipation is too much to handle, and I don’t usually get this excited about things.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Hang in there, Rick!  The ebook will be available in the next few days.  The paper book will take about six more weeks to print.

      • By Claus -

        I’m looking very much forward to study and apply your workouts:-)

        • By Al Kavadlo -

          Right on, Claus!

      • By Primal Rick -

         Just got it!

  • By mike -

    Are you going to have a paper copy?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Yes.  In about a month.

  • By Pull Up Bar -

    Yes I have that and so far I am learning a lot..would recommend.

  • By Rich -

    Hi Al.

    Will this book be available to purchase in the uk? Rich

  • By jay -

    hi, i am 39 years old and an underweight.. will it be too late for me to start on this?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Jay – You’re definitely not too old to start!  Check this out: https://alkavadlo.com.gridhosted.co.uk/2011/09/never-too-old-to-workout/

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