Following on from part 1 (if you haven’t seen it, click here to go back and read it) in part 2, we will take you through two variations, the pull-up and chin-up.
By now you should have been working on your ring row and eccentric pull-ups for a few weeks. Today, we will be covering the main differences between the pull-up and chin-up, how to use them in training, and how to maximise your pull-up volume by incorporating the 30 second eccentric onto the end of your sets.
In fitness we have two different types of pulling movements, there is the pull up which is the over-grasp grip, which is also referred to as pronated (Pictured below is an alternate grip, the hand with the fingers facing you is pronated/over-grasp). If, both hands we
The second type is called a chin-up which is an under-grasp grip, and is also referred to as supinated. (Pictured below, the back of the hand facing you is under-grasp).
See the Video below, to see how you can improve your pull-ups today! (Video courtesy of our owners Pat and Brendan Dunn).
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Part 3 in our series on the pull up will take you through weighted pull-ups, ways you can to do them and how to incorporate them into your training.
keep your eye out for part 3 in the series.
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