The Pull-Up

@article{Ronai2014TheP,
  title={The Pull-Up},
  author={P. Ronai and Eric P. Scibek},
  journal={Strength and Conditioning Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={36},
  pages={88-90}
}
THE PULL-UP IS A MULTI-JOINT UPPER-BODY EXERCISE THATCAN INCREASE SHOULDER GIRDLE STABILITY, UPPER-BODY MUSCULAR PULLING STRENGTH, AND PERFORMANCE OF ACTIVITES REQUIRING HIGH LEVELS OF RELATIVE STRENGTH. THIS EXERCISE AND ITS VARIATIONS CAN BE PROGRESSED, REGRESSED, AND PERFORMED THROUGHOUT A TRAINING YEAR. THIS COLUMN PROVIDES A DETAILED DESCRIPTION AND FIGURES OF THE PROPER EXERCISE TECHNIQUE FOR A PULL-UP. 

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