Superior Workouts Tips to Master the Pullup

Superior Workouts Tips to Master the Pullup

Pullups are the ultimate test of relative body strength.Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, here’s how to do more and see progress.

Unfortunately, when it comes to their training and choice of exercises, most people suffer from workouts that do not give the best results because they perform exercises beyond their abilities.

If you perform exercise variations that are too advanced for your current fitness level, or if you try to advance those variations too quickly, the result is a catastrophic sequence of events: body misalignment, lack of control and limited range of motion, reduced muscle tension and ultimately blunt progress and results.

Your goal is to perform the right exercises for your current fitness level – not the most advanced – and work slowly and gradually over time with proper technique.

As part of an ongoing series, you will learn how to become superior with each exercise. This guide will teach you how to master the pullup.

Choose the right exercise variation based on your current fitness level, then build your way to a stronger body.

Level 1: Chin-ups

How to do

Stand at a bar on top, palms facing you, with a handle shoulder width apart. With a dead blow, bend your elbows and pull until the upper chest touches the bar. Pause for a full second in the contracted position, pull your shoulder blades into your back pockets before lowering yourself under control to return to the starting position. He’s a representative.

Where to start?

Start with 5 sets of one half of your current maximum. (For example: if you can perform 6 full pull-ups, start with sets of 3 repetitions), rest 2 minutes in the middle of sets.

Level 2: Mixed Grip Pull-ups

How to do it

Hold on to an above-ground pole, one palm on you and one palm on you, with a handle slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Bend your elbows at a blind angle and pull them back until your chin releases the bar.

Take a full second break in the contracted position, pull your shoulder blades into your back pockets before returning to the starting position under control.

He is a representative.

Where to start?

Suppose you have mastered level 1, start with 6 sets of 3 repetitions (alternate your catch in each series) and rest in the middle of sets at 2:00.

Level 3: Pull-ups

Description

Hold on to an above-ground bar, the palms of which point away from you (overhanging), with the handle slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Bend your elbows at a blind angle and pull them back until your chin releases the bar. Take a full second break in the contracted position, pull your shoulder blades into your back pockets before returning to the starting position under control. He is a representative.

Where to start?

Once you have mastered level 2, first perform 5-6 sets of 3 repetitions and rest in the middle of sets at 2:00.

Goal

Work up to 5 to 6 sets of 5 to 6 repetitions and rest 2:00 in the middle of sets.

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