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Chin-ups and pull-ups show practically identical lat activation; grip doesn’t matter in that regard. And since people can typically do more chin-ups, that makes it better for lats, all else equal. In other words, the trade-off between biceps and lats is not the correct way of framing it: the real consideration is whether your biceps or.
Step up and grab the bar with an overhand wide grip (your hands should be slightly wider than shoulder with apart). Tighten your abs, and try to focus on pulling the bar down towards you (instead of focusing on pulling your body up). Best Back Exercise, How to Build a Big Back with Pull Ups This video from Victor Costa explains the best way to do pull ups. Top trainer Victor Costa explains the pull ups exercise and how to best. Let’s say you can do 7 pull ups.
You will do 1 rep, then 2 reps, then 3 reps, then 4 reps, then 5 reps, resting between each set. Then go all the way back to the 1 and repeat 2x. So it’s 1-2-3-4-5 repeated 3x total. This style of training allows you to do a ton of volume without burning yourself out. Here’s how to increase Pull-Ups exponentially.
During the eccentric portion of a lift, you are 20 to 30 percent stronger than on the concentric portion. Your muscles lengthen as they develop. To do this you pick a top number, for a beginner it may be ten. You start by doing one pull-up, then rest 30 seconds, then do 2 pullups, then rest 30 seconds, then do 3 pullups, and so on until you get to ten, then you start heading back down the pyramid by doing 9, then 8, etc. Pull-ups Can Give You a Really Wide Back.
One of the best exercises for achieving a wide back is the close grip pull-up. Contrary to popular belief, close grip pull-ups do more for your width than wide grip pull-ups. The range of motion is longer, and it’s easier to activate the lats with a close grip. Related article: The Most Complete Pull-up Tutorial On The Internet.
Consider it a test to see if you should increase your reps per training set. If yesterday was relatively easy, add 1 rep to each set. If you make it through all 9 sets, then the following week, add another rep and use this new number to reach your 9 sets. For athletes, any sport that involves pulling, climbing, or physical contact will undoubtedly benefit from building a stronger back.
Finally, in the real world, a big strong back is highly functional. Anytime you pick up something heavy, the back is doing the majority of the work, so when you lift a heavy box at work, it’s your back strength. The easiest, most sure-fire way to improve your pullup strength is to focus on negative reps.
Hold on to the bar, and assist yourself up (you can use the sides of the machine or a step) to the top position of a pullup. Your shoulders should be depressed, and your chest should be up.
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