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an arm exercise performed by pulling yourself up on a horizontal bar until your chin is level with the bar


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One is to not get too hot, the other is to not train with too high intensity, meaning very high heart rate," says who did 70 kg back squats and 80 kg deadlifts while doing chin-ups -- three at a time -- during the last stage of her pregnancy.
In first phase of general fitness test, candidates have to complete 800 meter running in three minutes, they have to clear cone drill of 44 metre in 10 seconds, 10 push-ups in 30 seconds, six feet standing long jump and six chin-ups.
Once Matec started packing on the pounds, Harvie put her on an exercise regimen that required her to do push-ups and chin-ups.
The course is designed to emulate conditions in combat zones and tests students' ability to navigate on land, day or night; negotiate a 26-barrier obstacle course; endure a 12-mile road march carrying a rifle, a 47-pound rucksack and other combat gear; run five miles in 40 minutes, and be able to do 49 push-ups in two minutes, 59 sit-ups in two minutes and six chin-ups.
It's a very thin triangular muscle that's not used strenuously in daily activities but is important in many exercises such as pull-ups, chin-ups and swimming.
Davies was also locked her in bedroom and forced to complete a set of chin-ups every morning before she was allowed out.
Chin-ups are great for working the biceps and "People might think that 'monkey bars' simply work out the shoulders, but in fact you can work numerous muscle groups.
London, December 1 ( ANI ): A 61-year-old man currently holds the world record for doing the most pull-ups and chin-ups.
Rhodri likes to mix his training up as much as possible, doing something different each day, but his regime features plenty of muscle-work, from bench press to chin-ups.
On this morning, she alternates 20 chin-ups with 50 push-ups, then performs a series of planks and stretches.
Some suggestions are: dips, chin-ups, push-ups, feet-elevated push-ups, overhead and bench press with dumbbells, back extensions, lunges, 10-second hops on one leg, squats, step-ups, and crunches.
There they decided that what they really needed to do was to perform chin-ups using the rugby posts' crossbar.
From squats, chin-ups, swimming a mile and press-ups, every few weeks I will choose a handful of indicator exercises and test to see how many reps I can do, how much easier they feel or how much faster I have become at recovering from them.
Thirty chin-ups are not going to protect your chin.