BANDED PULL UPS
You can either use a band to help you get over the bar while doing pull ups – or you can use it to make them harder.
Attach the band to a heavy and stable object right under the bar, then put the other end of the band through your neck.
The force of the band will pull you down, so make sure you come down in a controlled manner. The reason many people struggle with butterfly pull ups is not because they lack the strength to bring their bodies up, but because they aren’t strong enough to control the fall.
Banded pull ups should help solve that problem.
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?? Evening training at home with @ellsimmo93 has been fun, good for the soul & a nice change of scenery ? Finished last nights session with some banded pull ups, then chased el around the neighborhood ? with 400m run 30 burpee box jumps 400m run •Rest 4• Repeat @edwods @odysy.training — Looking forward to getting back to our second home @voguefitness.yas today, who will I be seeing in my Crossfit classes tonight?!? — #VogueFitness #HomeSweetHome #WeBack #Fitness #Health #Workout #WITFitness #WIT
- banded-exercises-for-crossfit-athletes: Dilan Hurtado