The Best Home Gym Equipment
Find the best pull-up bar for your home gym that will suit your space and your needs as well as loads of other home gym equipment reviews.
Avoid Pull Up Injuries
Don't let an injury stop your training goals. Learn the best techniques and ways to manage injuries.
Pull Up Guide Training for Females
If pull ups are your goal, I've got the training tips to help you get there.
Welcome to my obsession with Pull-Up Training:
The pull up is one of the most effective strength exercises you can do, working back, shoulders, arms and core. Once you can do them, the best part is that you can perform them easily with minimal equipment (or none if you’re lucky enough to live near a park or something with a horizontal bar you can work with!) Getting better at pull ups is a simple as doing more pull ups, but he hardest thing is mastering the first one. The pull up gets a bad reputation as causing injuries, but the real reason is due to underlying weakness or lack of mobility through the shoulders or poor training technique. Stick around to learn the common mistakes beginners make when performing pull ups, the best way to progress through your training and of course, the best type of pull up bar for your home.
I’ve dedicated a decent section of this website to pull up training for females. I’ve worked with and known many women over the years who have struggled with doing pull-ups, despite having good upper body strength. Check out my tips and strategies for women who want to learn how to perform pull ups.
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