Why This Move Is Awesome: It’s seriously effective for your biceps because you have to use them to move your bodyweight upwards, says Gaddour. Plus, the close grip makes this move even more challenging. If you can’t quite do a chinup, use your feet to assist you or jump up to the top position and take at least five seconds to lower down to the bottom position, he says.
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How to Do It: Grab the chinup bar using an underhand grip with your hands placed six to eight inches apart. Hang at arm’s length. You should return to this position—known as a dead hang—each time you lower your body back down
- Pull your chest to the bar. Once the top of your chest touches the bar, pause
- Then slowly lower your body back to a dead hang.
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