CLOSE GRIP (HANDS 3 INCHES APART)
PARALLEL (HANDS FACING EACH OTHER)
You can use an indoor pull up bar, a bar at the gym, a bar at the park or a strong tree branch; basically anything strong enough that will allow you to pull up. I recommend doing these in the outdoors to enhance the effect of "ahhhh, this feels great!". The "change for a 100" references that you can break these down in as many reps as you need to. Just be sure not to rest for too long or you'll fade into that workout abyss called "uninspired". Challenge yourself and only give up on a rep if you can no longer pull yourself up for a full rep. Take a 1-2 minute break and get back to the bar. I usually do 1-2 rounds of this workout depending on how much time I have. Pull ups are a great and effective way to strengthen your back, arms, core (if you remember to keep your core engaged) and overall cardiovascular health.
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