Pull-ups – the MOST commonly asked QUESTIONS!

Pull-ups – the MOST commonly asked QUESTIONS!

25 FAQ’s on the pull-ups that will resolve any and all doubts you have on this GREAT exercise

Dear Friend and fellow Pull-up Enthusiast,

This manual is a FAQ compilation of questions about the pull-up that I’ve received from readers over the “ages” (hehe).

The pull-up is the ONE exercise that everyone wants to do, and has many questions about – – and when I first launched the revamped version of “Pull-ups – – from DUD to STUD within a matter of WEEKS” – – I had no idea how much interest it would (re)
generate!

And when I launched my pathbreaking ADVANCED course on pull-ups “Pull-ups from STUD to SUPER STUD within WEEKS!” – lets just my server crashed instantly.

I wasnt just swamped. I was INUNDATED!

With questions.

With comments.

With “WOW’s! (and this is understandable considering some of the pull-up styles in the advanced course had NEVER been seen before – and aren’t likely to be either in the future).

With congraulations. Mucho respect.

And even the trolls couldn’t get their (little and big) heads around the “stud” part. They were all incensed, heh.

And it was truly one of those “barnstormer” “pocket dynamo” courses.

(That reminds of a team “pocket rocket” – which the erstwhile (and sadly no longer with us) cricket commentator Tony Greig once used for Sri Lankan batting genuis and maestro Sanath Jayasuriya. 

One of the features of his batting was STRENGTH – and wrist power. He was a fisherman before taking to cricket, and one look at those arms should tell you that he did a lot of pulling. A LOT!

And pull-ups, my friend, will achieve much the same for YOU)

The “master blaster” from Motera, Sri Lanka – Sanath Teran “forearm” Jayasuriya. Those arms look like they could take apart a whale!

Anyway … I was and still am swamped with questions on the pull-up, and so without further ado, here are the most commonly asked questions – – with answers that should resolve ALL your queries on this most magnificent exercise.

This book is meant to be read ALONG with, NOT in place of “Pull-ups – from DUD to
STUD within a matter of weeks!” and “Pull-ups – from STUD to SUPER STUD within weeks!”  If you have not yet invested in those courses, do so now BEFORE you invest in this course.

I’m PULLING for YOU!

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Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – In case you’re wondering what you can learn from this manual?

Well, for starters …

  • The SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT thing you should focus on getting better at in terms of pull-ups. And no, it ain’t the actual movement either, strange as it might sound. It’s something way more important.
  • Why the toughest form of pull-ups – -including CLOSE grip pull-ups – – are nigh on VITAL to your training if you want to improve, and not stay at “wuss” or “lily livered poltroon” level your entire life. (I’m well known for TOUGH exercises, and this manual carries on in that tradition, because believe me, TOUGH gets results, bro!)
  • The infamous and eternal debate – are parallel grip pull-ups better than regular grip, or are they both good? I address this once and FOR ALL.
  • Shooting past that “bugbear” of 5 perfect pull-ups per set, but no more … (and believe me, “5” is a mental block for many people in terms of pull-ups).   (THIS alone is probably worth it for most people!)

  • Why kipping and the “plague from china” are on the SAME plane in terms of “why you should avoid ’em”. Sure, this flies against the grain and what Crossfitters etc, but believe me now, and trust me later – there is a good reason and method to the “madness”.
  • Why you absolutely MUST get better at pushups before even attempting to get good at pull-ups. 

  • Use the thumb? Or not? Another one of those age old debates, and I address THIS one too. The answer may surprise you. Then again, it may not. You will have to decide this for yourself!
  • Breathing, and why proper breathing is key to gains and improvement in pull-ups.

… and much, much more you hadn’t thought of. 

Get this NOW. Truly one for the ages!

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