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When it comes to bodyweight workouts, few exercises are as well-known as the pull-up and the chin-up. But what's the difference? After reading this article, you will know!
When people hear gymnastics, they tend to think about the Olympics. Well, the truth of the matter is that you don’t have to be a professional athlete to do gymnastics. In fact, doing gymnastics can help you in several ways throughout your training. In this article we will be covering ten exercises that you can do by using gymnastic rings.
Ouch! That’s the result when people usually start working out without knowing all to well what they are doing and getting themselves into. Luckily there are blogs such as these to help guide you in the early days of your workouts. Fitness mistakes are quite common but don’t always need to be made. In this article we will be looking at 9 common fitness mistakes that people make when they start to work out. So be sure to read all the way through in order to be aware of these potential pitfalls.
Every now and then you might feel like trying something new during your workout exercise. When it comes to doing pull-ups, there are various techniques available for you to try out and master. However, there are also advanced pull-up variations for those who want to take their training to the next level. In this article we will cover ten of these variations, including: Weighted pull-ups, Archer pull-ups, Typewriter pull-ups, One arm pull-ups, Muscle-ups, Clapping pull-ups, L-sit pull-ups, Towel pull-up, Around the world pull-ups and Kipping pull-ups. In the following section we will cover each of these in detail.