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4 Core Exercises For Pull-Up Strength For Women

The pandemic has been a learning curve for all of us. The most important aspect in our life is our health. And that has been reinstated by the virus. The rise of online fitness classes prompted many amongst us to join in virtual gym classes to sweat it out. An increase in the number of fitness influencers was observed on Instagram. Who would’ve predicted that the shred workout will continue to be one of the most popular workouts? When Jillian Michael launched the shred workout, we were all lazing on our sofas!

After researching endlessly and talking to several women on their experience of online fitness class learning, we have come up with a list of 4 core exercises that will help us perfect our pull ups. Yes you read that right! Now this list has been curated keeping in mind that the majority of us will not have gym equipment at home, but we surely have a towel. Curious?

Below is the list that will prepare us for the pull-up -
1. The Banana (not the food!)

Our minds went into a banana split when we figured this one out. The Banana is also called the Hollow Hold. This position imitates some part of the movement of the pull up. It engages your core and back. This is the exercise we all love to hate!


2. High Plank (The one that requires a towel is the next one)

One of the first things we should do after the Hollow is to mimic the foundational movement of a pull-up. This brings us to the plank. It is the one exercise we either hate or we love. The vote stands divided! The plank helps us support our body weight through a stable core and upper body.

3. Towel Doorway Rows:

We can all agree that we want to give this one a try. This one is a variation to the body weight row with a twist. Take a towel and fold it lengthwise. Stand in front of a door (ensure that this door opens on the other side). Now take this folded towel and tie it around the door on the handle.

4. Fist to Jazz hand:

While the above exercises focus on the pull-up action, this one focuses on building your strength for the grip on the bar. The wrist is responsible for the grip strength and is critical to avoid any injuries. This one is jazzy! It is such a gentle exercise.

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