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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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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

Konstantin wrote: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

xrodolfox wrote: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 :)
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 Talyn » 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

chewybaws wrote: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

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

I'll try and do more this evening.

Go for 10!

Talyn wrote: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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