It’s the dream we all have: pull-ups or more pull-ups.
One. Five. Ten. Twenty. Fifty. Strict. Kipping. Butterfly. Hummingbird.
(Okay. I made that last one up. Although, I’m sure there are probably Bulgarian and Romanian pull-up versions that are even harder, like seemingly everything in the gym with those designations.)
I don’t know a single person who says, “I’ve got enough pull-ups, thanks. I don’t want more.” Pull-ups are like top-shelf bourbon or New York cheesecake. They put the “voom” in the va-va-va-voom of fitness. (Read “What Is It About Pull-ups?”)
So, whether you’re on a quest for your first pull-up or five or ten more, listen up because (in addition to the great information contained in this fabulous article called “7 Reasons You’re Still Struggling with Pull-ups” and Dani Horan’s handy “Pull Yourself Together: How to Master Pull-ups”), I’ve got more for you!
Here are 10 solid tips for your pull-up game …
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