Are you having issues with doing a single pull up? Wouldn’t life be much easier if you could have a simple solution to your pull up woes? Hey, it’s much simpler than you know. And all you need is an exercise that will condition your body before you conquer pull ups. Have you ever heard of an Inverted Row or an Australian Pull Up? Well, buckle up and get ready for some eyebrow-singing info that’ll ramp up your upcoming workouts.

Inverted Rows (aka Australian Pull Ups)

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  1. Get below a sturdy bar. Or use a Smith Machine and set the bar at hip height.
  2. Get underneath the bar and position it below armpit level.
  3. Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
  4. Tighten your midsection and forcefully breathe out as you pull your chest up to the bar.
  5. Pause, then breathe in as you slowly open your elbows and return to the ground.
  6. Pull up for a 3-count, pause, then release downward for a 3-count.

It’s really that simple! If you are lacking the equipment, then look around your neighborhood for park or playground. I’ve used monkey bars for this pull up variation. Make no mistake about it, though this exercise is a digressed version of pull ups, it is still effective for all fitness levels.

For those of you interested in truly mastering pull ups, I have a complete program for you. Check out my recent publication The Home Workout Plan: How to Master Pull-Ups in 30 Days to get one-month workout routine to have you conquering pull ups like a champ!

Well, that’s all I have for you today! Be sure to tune in again next Tuesday as I share another sweet exercise for you to implement into your routine right away. Be sure to scroll up and subscribe to this blog for post notifications. I promise, no scams here. The blog subscription is merely for blog notifications, that’s all.

Till later, get out there and rule your day!

This blog post proposes exercise recommendations and all readers should consult a qualified medical professional before starting this or any other health & fitness program. As with any exercise program, if you experience any discomfort, pain or duress of any sort, stop immediately and consult your physician. The creators, producers, participants, advertisers and distributors of this blog post disclaim any liabilities or losses in connection with the exercises or advice herein. Any equipment or workout area used should be thoroughly inspected in advance as free of danger, flaw or compromise and the user assumes all responsibility when performing any movements contained in this blog and waives the equipment manufacturer, makers, and distributors of the equipment of all liabilities.