Wide Grip Pull-Ups

Hands down - one of the most powerful bodyweight workouts to strengthen your back. Try mastering your pull ups - and you'll see the difference. 

The steps are quite straightforward, but here are some tips to make sure you get stronger each time:​

  • Use the full range

  • When driving up, pull your elbows down

  • Engage your core before pulling

  • Squeeze after the pull

  • Mix your grip around

The classic pull up too easy for you? Try these variations: Overhand grip, Walking Pull-up, Weighted Pull-up, Kipping Pull-up.

PROGLOVES: No Slip Grip

Close Grip Pull-Up

Instead of spending so much time blasting your biceps with dumbbell curls, try switching over to these pull-ups. These will get your back working and your biceps jacked!

Similar to the Wide Grip Pull-Up, there are some important tips to consider doing:

  • Use the full range

  • When driving up, pull your elbows down

  • Engage your core before pulling

  • Squeeze after the pull

Watch how Bebe does her Close Grip Pull-Up >>

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Although the Close Grip Pull-Up is slightly easier to do, don't forget to mix things around. ​

PROGLOVES: No Slip Grip

Chin-Up

Still want your guns to grow? Try these. 

They'll will get your back working and your biceps jacked!

Similar to the Wide Grip and the Close Grip Pull-Ups, there are some important tips to consider doing:

  • Use the full range

  • When driving up, pull your elbows down

  • Engage your core before pulling

  • Squeeze after the pull

Start off using your bodyweight. If that starts to get easy, add weights in and work your way up. 

Oh, and whenever you're feeling down, don't forget -  chin up!

PROGLOVES: No Slip Grip