Pull ups are the king of upper body exercises. Here are 5 ways to jack-up your performance to levels befitting royalty.
Get stronger on pull-ups and you'll get better at just about everything. Here's how to do it, whether you can crank out a dozen or you're working on your first strict rep.
These aren't just workouts, they're also strength and stamina tests. Grab your best friend or your worst enemy and see who comes out on top.
Gain an inch on your biceps while building a rock-solid upper body with simple chin-up progressions.
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Not a pro at pull-ups? Double your reps in just a few weeks. Here’s how.
You need to be able to do multiple pull-ups with your own body weight. Not there yet? This should help.
Stuck with only a straight bar to use in gym? Try these training tricks.
Do more pull-ups and do them with more weight strapped to your body. How? Use this cool training method.
Build and strengthen your back, chest, and arms with these two training methods.
Can you do three measly reps using this training method? Maybe. Give it a shot.
No pull-up bar? No problem. Try this.
Fresh off the playground: A tutorial on how to do a little-known pull-up variation from the master of bodyweight exercises.
It'll make you look like a ninja warrior and it's just plain fun. Master this bodyweight exercise.
So you can do 8 decent pull-ups. Big deal. You're still not ready to do the weighted version. Do these instead.
Find out how strong your biceps and lats really are.
Do this simple exercise a few times per week and watch your grip strength skyrocket.
The fastest way to boost your chin-up strength. Check it out.
Most assisted pull-up machines will NOT make you better at regular pull-ups, but there is one that will. Check it out.
Most smart lifters do some variation of the pull-up or chin-up, but not many have tried this one. Take a look.
This movement is often used as a regression in functional fitness classes. Problem is, it doesn't do much of anything. Here's why.
These classic upper-body exercises are making a comeback. Here's a quick refresher on both of them.
Instead of using crappy form and wrecking your elbows to get more reps, use these techniques to make the strict pull-up tougher.