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Wide Neutral Grip Pull Up

When it comes to building upper body strength and developing a toned, muscular back, pull-ups are incredibly effective exercise. However, they can be challenging for beginners and require a proper form to avoid injury. In this guide, we’ll provide step-by-step instructions on how to perform a pull-up with proper form, along with tips for modifying the exercise and incorporating assistance if needed. Pull-ups are a highly effective exercise for building upper body strength and developing a toned, muscular back. However, for beginners, they can seem daunting and intimidating, especially if proper form is not followed. In addition, pull-ups require a certain level of strength and endurance that may take time to develop.

How to perform Wide Neutral Grip Pull Up

  1. Grab a pull-up bar with a slightly wider than shoulder-width neutral grip (palms facing towards each other).
  2. Exhale and pull your torso upward towards your hands as you contract your biceps and the muscles across your back (more so with your back).
  3. Continue to pull yourself up until your chest is as high as it can be.
  4. After a brief pause, return your torso back along the same path into its starting position.
  5. If you require assistance, you can set up and place your foot or knee on a resistance band. This will compensate for a percentage of your body weight.
  6. Remember to maintain proper form throughout the exercise.

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