Goal of the pullup exercise program
This program has one goal and one goal only. To get you to be able to do 15 strict pull ups. From there, you can take it where you want. Such as more strict pull ups, muscle ups, weighted pull ups, legless rope-climb, or a one arm pull up. Whatever you want to do after, having a base of upper-body pulling strength is a solid foundation.
Helpful HD Pull-Up Video's and Images
As you progress through the program you'll have detailed instructional text, sketches, and HD videos so you know you know how to perform the progression correctly. There are 8 Levels of the pull up program and you you'll have instructions and coaching tips all along the way.
Preview Pull-Up Progression
The pull-up program can be accessed online anytime from your desktop, tablet, or mobile device. I suggest you take a look at the course demo so you have a firmer understanding of software and organization of the program. Preview the course to read the Introduction and the first level by selecting the button below.
Who is the pull up training program for?
This pull up program is very much designed for beginners. A beginner in this case is classified as someone who cannot complete a strict pull up or perhaps struggles with 1 or 2 but is stuck. This program can help guide that person by using manageable and intelligent progressions to go from zero to 15 strict pull-ups.
How do the Levels work?
The program has 8 levels. Each level has a strength goal for a new movement. For example, the goal of Level 2 is to complete 3 sets of 8 reps of 30 Degree Knee Bend Leg Assisted Pull-Ups. Throughout Level 2 you'll work your way through the progressions to accomplish that goal. Once you do, you can Level Up to Level 3. You'll go through each level like this till you can perform 15 pull ups.