Pull-ups are a fantastic exercise for gaining muscle and upper body strength. However, there’s a reason why so few people are able to pull off this remarkable strength feat and are unable to complete enough repetitions to fully leverage the muscle-building effects of this exercise.
Pull-ups work a variety of muscles, including the biceps, rhomboids, rear deltoids, and other minor muscles, in addition to the lats, which are the largest muscle in the back. They are therefore an excellent approach to develop the posterior side of the upper body with just one exercise.
Pull-ups aid in developing back muscles, shoulder retractors, and arm strength. They can strengthen your grip while also doing wonders for your posture. Additionally, if you ever felt like changing things up a bit, you may utilise different variations to change the focus on various muscles, for simply shifting your grip position.
Follow along with me using this YouTube video as we practise some exercises to improve pull up strength together!