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    still curious how you ended up on a strength forum

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    I used to do a more starting strength based workout with the basic compound movements. I had a nice squat rack and set up in my garage. But I have always been interested in pull ups and when I moved I got rid of my squat rack and I went more in the bodyweight direction. I've always liked the simplicity of starting strength and the board itself, although I've mostly been a lurker. I think my routine fits in with the simplicity even though it's a little bit unorthodox. I hope this helps to quell your curiosity. I've enjoyed this board so far. Thanks for the reply.

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    interesting . . . becasue the band tension nearly goes away at the top 1/4 of the pull up.
    The top is where I fail.
    Can always do a 1/2 of a pull up (bottom half) even when I'm smoked.

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    Yeah, it's definitely not a perfect system. I have trouble at the top sometimes. I may transition to a pulley system at some point, but I'm going to use this until it no longer works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach Hall View Post
    I used to do a more starting strength based workout with the basic compound movements. I had a nice squat rack and set up in my garage. But I have always been interested in pull ups and when I moved I got rid of my squat rack and I went more in the bodyweight direction. I've always liked the simplicity of starting strength and the board itself, although I've mostly been a lurker. I think my routine fits in with the simplicity even though it's a little bit unorthodox. I hope this helps to quell your curiosity. I've enjoyed this board so far. Thanks for the reply.
    I do love chinups. I'd love to be able to bust out 20 someday and a set of 5 with 100 lbs

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    Yeah, me too. Weighted chin ups and one arm chin ups are awesome.

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