How to learn to catch up many times


I remember a gym in the sixth grade. At the beginning of the semester, all students took the test on physical fitness. One of the exercises of the test was a chin-up. I remember how nervous I was, standing in line. See, I was a fat kid. Mom tried to get me to keep and told me that I have boned, but I knew it was fat. Looking at the bar I knew that couldn’t lift its enormous weight.

I watched skinny guys moved up. It seemed a trifling matter, if you weigh a little. In front of me in line was a girl. She was a real sports car. I stood with my mouth open and watched her as she tightened. I’ve lost count of how many pull-UPS she she did.

When the coach called me to the bar I tried to calm myself mentally. At that moment I convinced myself that I can do at least 4-5 pull-UPS. With my newfound confidence, I jumped up and grabbed the horizontal bar. It was over before it even started. I tried to climb at least once, but my body fat was so heavy that I couldn’t pull yourself up. I never even got time to catch up.

Since then, I set a goal to get in shape and learn to catch up. A lot of times. Pullups, for me, represent a unique test of fitness.

The benefits of pull-UPS

Pull-UPS make the body strong. Only one pull-up strains muscles:

  • Fingers
  • Forearm
  • Biceps
  • Triceps
  • Shoulders
  • Tasks
  • Central

From pull-UPS not only your strength will increase, but also your upper body will be more. In addition, the power you get on the pull-UPS will help in other exercises.

How to learn to catch up many times

In my time I helped my friend advice on how to learn to catch up. It made me a real regular schedule. What do you think? It worked. After just a month of grueling workouts I already moved up 10 times with the coup in several approaches.

So if you’re ready to begin a regular training program for pull-UPS, take my advice.

If you have a very low fitness level and you may pull only once, start with 12 sets of one pull-up, with a break of 45 seconds between exercises. Do this twice a week. As soon as you can to catch up twice in a row, proceed to the following exercise program:

  • Week 1: 6 sets of 2 repetitions. 45 seconds break between sets. Arrange training twice a week.
  • Week 2: 5 sets of 3 repetitions, twice a week.
  • Week 3: 4 sets of 4 repetitions, twice a week.
  • Week 4: 3 sets of 6 repetitions two times a week. If you’re able to do more — don’t just stand there, go ahead. As I said, by this time I was able to catch up as much as 10 times.

When you get to the point that you can do more than 12 pull-UPS — it’s time to add more weight to your workout, like the guy in the picture.

Where to do pullups

Many men don’t do pull-UPS because they do not have access to the bar. There are several options where you can do pull-UPS: 1.on a good tree branch in the yard the sports hall 3.on the home bar that you can buy and easily install in the garage or doorway.

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