The Turkish Get Up (TGU) is a common exercise in the kettlebell world. It is a great exercise/movement to have in your training program. Benefits include a stronger core, stronger/more stable shoulders, and improvements in your hips and upper back.
An issue I have seen with the TGU is in the lunge portion, both on the way up and on the way back down to the ground. It looks very awkward and unsteady for some people.
Here is a way you can work on solidifying that portion of the TGU.
Add in positional isometrics.
On your way up in the TGU, once your knee leaves the ground, hold that position for 5-10 seconds and on the way back down, before your knee touches the ground, hold that position for an additional 5-10 seconds.
I understand jumping straight into training is a big step. If you want to take a small step, let's start with a chat. Everyone always has a few questions before starting, let's get those out of the way!