hekkate wrote:Good job mate :) keep on posting to motivate our board.
compare 2 my self impressive numbers.
L1 u do x3 then me
L2 u do 5 round in my 1 round :)
L3 well ignore it since i cant do a single pull up :twisted: Any suggestion for me to make a single pullup.
Welcome a board.
Hey Hekkate thanks for the post :P i would say try doing a normal chin up get as far as you can and hold it, try how ever many reps you are comfortable with then increase over time.
The best thing I would say though is you have to get your mind right before, during and after training. At boxing I would see loads of people come and go because it was so hard but the ones that stuck it out where the ones with a deep drive within themselves. It may of been to loose weight, become a great fighter or get fit etc. That's how people get truly fit its the reason you go up to the gym earlier than everyone else because of your deep desire to be fit/loose weight/do a single chin up it drives you to get up there even though you hate the training.
I hated training in everything I have done (I'm sure Muhammed Ali said that as well) but I wanted to be better than everyone else I was sick of getting destroyed in the ring or being to slow running so I would run the hardest route I knew of even if I ended up walking round.
So when you next come to do your chin up be brave, be strong, grab that bar and pull as far as you can when you get to the point you can't go no further hold/hang and drop shake yourself off be strong mentally and jump back up and keep going till you cant even hold on to the bar by next week/2 weeks/3 weeks or even a month you would of got there because you put the effort in.
Remember to have rest days for your muscles to recover but make sure you doing the training for the need to rest.