How to Get Stronger at Weighted Chin Ups

The weighted chin up is great at developing your biceps and lats.

Vertical pulling motions like this build a lot of lat width.

Will also give you broader shoulders.

A very strong goal is to be able to do 50% of your body weight for five reps.

If you weigh 180 pounds, that is 90 pounds.

Two 45-pound plates for five reps.

If you are struggling to get stronger at weighted chin ups here’s what you will want to do:

  • Just do these once per week while you’re fresh
  • Add 2.5 pounds each workout
  • If you get stuck, change the grip
  • Do hammer grip, pull up grip, then back to chin up grip
  • Also, make sure and lose excess body fat

I’ve NEVER seen this method fail.

The problem is guys will mess up their chances of ever reaching elite levels of strength because they water down their workouts with pish posh lifts…

Or their workouts have no direction.

I can’t stress this enough…

You should be getting stronger each and EVERY week.

Once you hit a sticking point, it’s time to change things up a bit.

The key is knowing what to do when this happens.

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