How To Increase Your Pull-Ups From 0 to 10+ Reps FAST (3 Science-Based Tips)

To find out how many pull-ups you should be able to do, you need to assess your fitness level. You can test whether you are strong enough to perform 1-5 reps (strength), or if you’re ready for 15+ reps (endurance). If you’re new at pull-ups, then your best bet would be to start with a few reps (3-4) and gradually increase your numbers.It is important to note that the number of pull-ups you can do in a row is NOT an accurate indicator of how fit and healthy you are! People vary in body shape, size, weight, level of fitness, etc. but generally, they should aim for
Women: 10 or more reps of 2-3 sets
Men: 10 or more reps of 3-4 sets.
To keep it simple
For strength training, aim for a low number of reps in each set.
For endurance training, aim for high numbers of reps.Most people look at 3 sets of 10 as a standard when it comes to lifting weights in a short period of maybe 10 minutes. Now spread 10 sets of 10 reps(=100) across a whole 24 hour period and it doesn’t seem like such a big task at all.
The benefits of doing more than 100 pull-ups in one day are many. Anytime you push yourself outside of your comfort zone, your body will adapt by becoming stronger and healthier.
Getting into the habit of doing 100 or more pull-ups a day can give you an abundance of health benefits that just aren’t possible otherwise.It’s important to note that the number of pull-ups you can do will be different for everyone. Your goal should not just be about reaching a certain amount, but how many you are able to perform with good form and technique.
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