How To Do More Pull-ups
The Definitive Guide to the Armstrong Pull-up Program
(Kindle Edition)

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ATTN: Do You Want To Do More Pull-ups?

Don’t worry. It’s a retorical question. You’re reading these words so of course you want to do more pull-ups. That’s perfectly natural though. Knocking out a dozen or more pull-ups is a great ego boost that also:

  • Builds strength. You’re lifting your entire bodyweight, after all. It’s no easy feat and your body is quick to adapt to the newfound stress.
  • Gives you a muscular upper-body. Not just your arms either. Every muscle in your upper-body gets worked — shoulders, back, chest.
  • Prepares you for the real world. Because pull-ups provide functional strength. They’re not purely for show. You’re able to use this strength.

But this all leads to the obvious question: how can you do more pull-ups? What precise training program should you follow to manage more reps and build more strength?

DISCOVER: How To Do More Pull-ups

When I first started training pull-ups, I’d do as many pull-ups as I could, rest for five minutes, and repeat that process two more times. That’d be my workout session. This is the simple way to train but there’s a problem:

It stopped working.

And it stopped working quite quickly. I made a few weeks of decent process — but nothing remarkable — and then I hit a wall. Seemingly no matter how hard I pushed myself, I wasn’t able to lift my bodyweight anymore. All of my other training was going well – I was lifting weights three times a week — but the pull-ups wouldn’t budge.

After months of minimal progress, I discovered the system that I’m about to share with you today — a system that, while simple, is much more sophisticated than what I was doing.

INSIDE: The World’s Greatest Pull-up Training Program

Here’s what you’ll find inside this book:

  • The foundations of how strength and muscle is built.
  • How ANYONE can do pull-ups (even if you have no upper-body strength).
  • Important tips and tricks for any strength training program.
  • The pull-up program itself, developed by a world record winning Marine.
  • How you can repeat your success with this program again and again.

So download the Kindle sample and let’s get started.

AuthorDave Irons
BindingKindle Edition
FormatKindle eBook
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages32
Product GroupeBooks
Publication Date2014-02-01
PublisherDave Irons
Release Date2014-02-01
StudioDave Irons
Sales Rank52232

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