how to do your first pull ups
Is your goal to be able to do pull-ups?
Do you just try and try and no matter what it seems like you aren't getting close?
Well its not your fault
While yes you need to have a certain amount of strength to be able to do pull-ups you also need skill.
Pullups are a skill just like any other bodyweight movements and that skill requires practice.
I have developed the perfect pullup routine for you to do from the comfort of your home It requires a pull-up bar and a chair and thats it!
I want you to follow this routine every other day consistently for 2-3 weeks and I promise at the end of the time you will be able to do 1 pullup!
I know what you are thinking...pullups are super hard no way I can do them! I promise if you follow this routine and eat your protein it can be done!
This is the routine:
Negative Pullups- 5 reps
Scapular Pullups- 5 reps
Dead Hangs (build up to 60 seconds)
Inverted Rows 10-15 reps
Planks- Build up to 60 seconds
Side planks- Build up to 60 seconds each side and thats it!
You can add this routine on top of your current one and I promise pull-ups are going to come!! Make sure you drop a comment to let me know that you are now doing pull-ups!
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