Standing pull-up with kettlebellStand with feet apart and imagine pulling your kneecaps up to engage your quads; tighten your abs and your gluteus.Start with the weight at the bottom with straight arms, then pull up with elbows coming out, keeping tension with arms and chest and feel the squeeze in your shoulders.Hold at the top then lower the weight back to start position in a controlled movement. Repeat 10 to 15 times.Workout from WHF Head Trainer Nikki Fogden-Moore.
How to do a pull-up Pull-ups are a challenging upper-body exercise that are difficult to master! Here, Nikki Fogden-Moore shares her 4 tips.Anybody who can do a pull-up is in pretty good shape…I’m still working on building mine up and the journey is fun!The best way to get better at pull-ups is to do pull-ups assisted with resistance bands: try looping a band over the pull-up bar and place a foot or knee in the band, then complete pull-ups as normal. Step down carefully and release yourself from the bar.