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  1. godofarts is offline

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     Style: studying jujustu/gi/nogi

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    alright! thanks for the lead guys wish me luck.
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     Style: ATA TKD, Hapkido

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    Quote Originally Posted by godofarts View Post
    alright! thanks for the lead guys wish me luck.
    Also realize that gymnasts use a lot of momentum and body motion in addition to the strength.

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    I am curious as to how many of the guys on here that are in the 190lb range can do a pull up? It is quite a bit of weight. I am not saying it is impossible I am sure a few people here can do it.
    I second the concept of keep doing negatives, and also dropping down to 170 will help quite a bit as well.
    I currently work a strength routine that involves adding a 16lbs weight vest to my 165-170lbs body weight for a 5x5 with pullups, so thats a 186lbs 5x5, not quite 90lbs but i'll be there soon. For my routine I basically work all the major groups with a push and pull exercise for a 5x5, it sucks but takes less time which works great with my current schedule.
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     Style: Judo, MT, BJJ

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    oh you wanted muscle-ups! got any rings or suspension trainers? i hear its easier on those:

    YouTube - Muscle-ups progression

    Otherwise use that beast skillz website someone linked earlier.
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    I am trying to do the exact same thing at the moment I am doing what this guy is doing YouTube - Basic Parkour Progression: Wall-Climb and its working so far I think havent tried it yet but my chest muscles are certainly more defined and if you need some inspiration check out these Chechen dudes aceing the pull up and over YouTube - Chechen Mujahideen Training 2007 (skip to 0:25 to avoid the intro). All the best
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     Style: BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    I am curious as to how many of the guys on here that are in the 190lb range can do a pull up? It is quite a bit of weight. I am not saying it is impossible I am sure a few people here can do it.
    I second the concept of keep doing negatives, and also dropping down to 170 will help quite a bit as well.

    I weigh 245 right now and can do at least 5. At 190 I could do 15 or more pullups. It's just a matter of practice.
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