Posted On:6/05/2007 2:34pm
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Aerochick, another trick you could try at home, work or the park (or wherever its suitable or convenient) are horizontal pull ups:
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Posted On:6/07/2007 3:06pm
Originally Posted by A.D.D
Great article, thanks.
I never used to feel the core doing pull-ups as i was rushing them and swinging, rather than tensing my core to keep my body stable.
The latter is so much better for building strength throughout the core as well as using the lats more efficiently.
I'm on a personal training course at the moment and learning proper technique has made me realise how badly about 90% of the average gym-goers techniques sucks. Everyone seems to be obsessed with rushing and jerking their movements and they are certainly not training for power.
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