Just the other day asked someone at the gym to help me record a video of me doing my power weighted pull ups. That was the same day I did the weighted dips and it was the same person that helped me record it (thanks!).
So, I started doing weighted pull ups about 2 months ago. My first weight was + 50 lbs on the belt. I could only do 3 clean reps. Next, I tried 65 lbs and I did 4 reps. And, before I knew it I could do 4-5 reps with 100 lbs.
I read somewhere that if I want to be able to do one-arm pull ups I have to be able to do pull ups with extra 70 percent of my weight. And, I can do the extra 70 percent, but honestly I’m far from being able to pull up, using one arm.
I will keep you posted on my progress with this.
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