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airiholic
post Jan 16 2014, 10:09 AM

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QUOTE(Xccess @ Jan 15 2014, 02:22 PM)
Securing with wall plugs solve everything but precautions is a must. Floor type will certainly take up more space. I may consider a more complex pull up bar for my new unit 2 years later, just make do with what I have for now.

Can see a significant improved in upper body strength. Now trying to reach a total of 100 pull ups a day.
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I used to do close to 150 pullups a day. Didn't see much improvement in strength. Doing weighted pullups or more difficult variations is better for strength. Close grip, wide grip, typewriter, archer, uneven, bar to chest etc. The same formula for weight training applies to calisthenics. low weights + more reps = endurance. heavy weights (or more difficult moves) + fewer reps = strength

 

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