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Increasing Chin-up Repetitions

Posted by Mike Gittleson on Apr 10, 2016 8:07:13 PM

Kinematic analysis is used to find the range of motion and muscle activity of a given mechanical movement. When comparing a chin-up with a lat-pull down exercise you find there is variability to the response of the latissimus dorsi, bicep brachii, tricep brachii, pectoralis major, rectus abdominus and erector spinae muscles during the concentric and eccentric phases of the action. Because of this variability inclusion of an exercise such as the Pendulum Lat Combo Pull as part of a chin-up program will be complementary and you will quickly find the number of chin-ups that can be done will increase rapidly. A great way to Get Strong.

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Pendulum Lat Combo Pull

Topics: Strength Training, Muscular Strength, Pendulum Combo Lat Pull

Washington Court House

Posted by Mike Gittleson on Mar 15, 2016 12:34:24 PM

Washington Court House

Washington Court House High School is located in Washington Court House, Ohio. The students embrace training and the school built it's athletes a facility that allows them to excel in their chosen endeavor. In addition to the excellent equipment former Washington C.H. native and former San Diego Charger, Mark Bihl runs the Strength and Conditioning program. They Get Strong in south central Ohio.

 

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Pit Sharks, Pendulum Squat Pro and Pendulum Seated Squats

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 Pendulum Shoulder/Incline and Pendulum Chest Presses

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 Pendulum Combo Lat Pull and Pendulum 3 Way Rows

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 Pendulum Hip Presses

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 Pendulum Head and Neck Machines

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Topics: Pendulum Seated Squat, Pendulum 5 Way Neck, Pit Shark, Pendulum 4 Way Neck, Pendulum Shoulder/Incline, Pendulum Hip Press, Pendulum 3 Way Row, Pendulum Squat Pro, Pendulum Combo Lat Pull