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Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge PRO - Build muscles

Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge is in the first place a very effective workout to perform at home

Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge is in the first place a very effective workout to perform at home

Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge PRO - Build muscles

by Cristina Gheorghisan
Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge PRO - Build muscles
Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge PRO - Build muscles
Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge PRO - Build muscles

What is it about?

Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge is in the first place a very effective workout to perform at home. Build muscles, lose weight, strengthen your body, practice daily - are you up to the challenge?

Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge PRO - Build muscles

App Details

Version
1.4
Rating
NA
Size
47Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Lifestyle
Last updated
January 31, 2017
Release date
August 29, 2016
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App Store Description

Pull-up Bar Workout Challenge is in the first place a very effective workout to perform at home. Build muscles, lose weight, strengthen your body, practice daily - are you up to the challenge?

Army bases, city parks, church gyms, and state prisons are full of guys with wide shoulders, thick backs, and big chests and arms. And if you asked them what they do to achieve this look, you’d always hear the same answer: pullups and pushups. These simple, timeless exercises work the entire upper body and can be performed virtually anywhere.

We’ll show you how to take full advantage of these moves, and some of their most effective variations, to build your back, arms, chest, and shoulders—no weights, or jail sentence, required.

How It Works
When you do a pullup, you engage your lats, mid-back, rear delts, biceps, forearms, and core. Pushups train your chest, shoulders, triceps, and core. So between these two movements, you’ve got the whole upper body covered.

Another benefit of body-weight training is that it’s low-impact. As a result you can train more frequently than if you were using heavy weights, and the more often you work out, the greater your potential to build muscle.

The only caveat to high-frequency training is the risk of overuse injuries, but you can avoid those by changing up your exercises so you don’t recruit the same muscles the same way every time. That’s why each of the workouts on these pages pairs up a different variation of the pullup and pushup.

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