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post #886 of 1010

that right,going to bookmark this and post every damn pullup i do in here. thanks

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post #887 of 1010
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Originally Posted by CoffeeDudeGuy View Post

78513 + 30 = 78543
+88 = 78631
post #888 of 1010
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post


+88 = 78631

78631 + 50 = 78681

 

Sorry guys.  A medical thing sorta came up, and I'm going to be at half strength until I recover fully.  tbh, I am probably capable of pushing through, but every medical person I talked to advised me to not do anything that could aggravate things.  Right now, it's a nuisance, but I really increase risk if I do my usual hard workouts.  Sucks.  I feel really lame going into the gym and not really pushing it, but that's life.  

post #889 of 1010
^^ yikes take it easy and feel better. A quick 75 for me tonight

78681+75= 78756
post #890 of 1010
u pussy
post #891 of 1010
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Originally Posted by bucksfan View Post

^^ yikes take it easy and feel better. A quick 75 for me tonight

78681+75= 78756
I'm pulling hard for my standards. Any of you doing Kipping pull-ups? Still trying to learn the technique.
78756 + 100 = 78856
post #892 of 1010

No kipping for me - just ol' fashioned, full-extension to chin over the bar, pullups (or chin-ups, depending on the day).  I actually tend to keep my legs fully extended (down) most of the time.  Last night's workout was 5 sets of 12, with 45 seconds rest between, then a nice long 2 minute rest, and 1 set of 15. 

post #893 of 1010
Kipping is easier but more technical, I would keep doing strict pull ups, as you get limp doing Kipping.
post #894 of 1010

78,856 + 100 = 78,956

post #895 of 1010
78956+ 50= 79006
post #896 of 1010
edit: Oops, I mean 79006 + 55 = 79061
post #897 of 1010
How much do 20 45lbs weighted pull-ups count for?
post #898 of 1010
79061+ 54 = 79115
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Originally Posted by BillKillgore View Post

How much do 20 45lbs weighted pull-ups count for?

Probably depends on how much you weigh. If you're 180, that's adding another 1/4 of your body weight on, so 25, maybe?
post #899 of 1010
+50= 79165
post #900 of 1010
79165 + 100 last night = 79265
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