Lack of pull-ups got you down? Fear not, there’s a training solution for you (and it’s free).
If you can do 100 pull-ups, you’ve got yourself a novelty trick for parties. You can probably win a lot of bets.
Most importantly, 100 pull-ups is an amazing physical feat that few people achieve. In fact, many people can’t do ONE pull up. Imagine doing 100. That would place you in the top 1 percentile of people in the world for pull-ups. Now that’s cool.
Now, the following program doesn’t guarantee you’ll hit 100 pull-ups. Nothing can make that guarantee because there’s too many variables. But if you follow it, you can radically improve your pull-up volume in a short amount of time.
The 3 Month Pull-Up Training Program
Do the grease-the-groove method. This involves doing as many pull-ups as you can throughout the day. It’s like mini-pull-up spurts. This will prime you for more formal training. Aim to do more pull-ups each day. Yes, take 1 to 2 rest days.
As you can see, it’s not all that time-consuming. After all, you can’t be doing pull-ups for 5 hours a day. That would be nuts.
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