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Pullup/Chinup table

Postby baldy » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:34 pm

The Rules:
- chinup, pullup, hammer grip, whatever they all count the same as long as you dont switch during the set
- chin needs to raise above or touch the bar to be consistent ( I know some people touch chest to bar, good for them).
- try not to kip, probably expectable for the last couple of reps.
- if there is a tie with number of reps the heavier person gets the top position.
- each rep from a dead hang

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JohnBarleycorn 76kg 15
Lordmuppet 67kg 15
marina.levai 54kg 15
vegan hal 90kg 14
hardcore iv 90kg 13
chewybaws 85kg 13
baldy 98kg 12
hoffmeister 74kg 12
knackers 95kg 11
talyn 68kg 11
vegieburger 54kg 11
thestoatyone 88kg 10
muchluv 74kg 9
Alistar 70kg 9
Johnstuff 69kg 9
soniczip 67kg 9
Fallen_Horse 85kg 8
benzilla 90kg 7
shellie 59kg 6
downhillingdemon 53kg 6
Linnéa76 60kg 5
Giulia 55kg 5
bronco 107kg 3
KC Masterpiece 111kg 1
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby baldy » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:39 pm

Much has been said about pullups and chinups, so we need to start a table. What kind of rules would everyone like to see.

My recommendations would be
- chinup, pullup, hammer grip, whatever they all count the same as long as you dont switch during the set
- chin needs to raise above or touch the bar to be consistent ( I know some people touch chest to bar, good for them).
- try not to kip, probably expectable for the last couple of reps.
- if there is a tie with number of reps the heavier person gets the top position.

Lets see videos!
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby Konstantin » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:47 pm

11, dead hang, chin. I can do 12, and WILL at some point.
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby xrodolfox » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:57 pm

wow. Awesome. I might try this.
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby baldy » Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:45 am

[quote="Konstantin"]11, dead hang, chin. I can do 12, and WILL at some point.

Very good point, they must be full range of motion from a dead hang.
Your added to the table, I assume your bodyweight is lower than mine as you a skinny marathon runner :P
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby baldy » Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:46 am

[quote="xrodolfox"]wow. Awesome. I might try this.

Do it, I remember being surprised how many dips you did before.
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby vegan hal » Sun Mar 27, 2011 7:36 pm

<== 10
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby vegimator » Mon Mar 28, 2011 4:47 am

17, chin-up style. I think I'm at 63 kg.

edit, I started from dead hang but will go again tomorrow to make sure I'm going dead hang with each rep.
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby downhillingdemon » Mon Mar 28, 2011 7:45 am

4 chin-up style - bar touching upper chest, from dead hang for each rep. BW 53 kg
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby baldy » Mon Mar 28, 2011 8:04 am

All updated!

With some quality trash talking on a few training logs :)
[quote]Probably about 20, given that doing 3 sets of 10 from a dead hang every session, with Fat Gripz, is a piece of piss. Deload next week so maybe I'll see if that's actually the case. I've done 25 before back when I was doing 3 sets of max reps once a week.
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby Johnstuff » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:18 am

I can do about 7 but then I do weigh a massive 69Kg.

I'll try and do more this evening.
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby tal » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:27 am

My best at the moment from a dead hang is a massive 3 but I am working on this :oops:

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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby chewybaws » Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:09 pm

by dead hang do you mean elbows locked out, or do you mean you have to pause at the bottom?
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby baldy » Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:21 pm

[quote="chewybaws"]by dead hang do you mean elbows locked out, or do you mean you have to pause at the bottom?

Elbows locked out is fine I reckon. Shouldnt be much different from dead hang as long as you have full range of motion.
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Re: Pullup/Chinup table

Postby baldy » Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:22 pm

[quote="Johnstuff"]I can do about 7 but then I do weigh a massive 69Kg.

I'll try and do more this evening.

Go for 10!

[quote="Talyn"]My best at the moment from a dead hang is a massive 3 but I am working on this :oops:
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82kg! no wonder you can only do 3. :wink:
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