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L-sit Pull-ups


How to Do

How to Do Pull-ups on the L-sit

The pull-ups on the l-sit should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the pull-ups on the l-sit.


Beginning Pull-ups on the L-sit

Exhale deeply before beginning to pull yourself up the bar. Pull-ups should be done to the point where your arms are fully contracted, your chin is at or above the bar, and your elbows are behind your ribs. Pause for a time there, then gradually lower yourself until you have a full elbow lock. Inhale as you descend.


Pull-ups on the L-sit Movement

1, Take a broad grasp on a pull-up bar and hang such that your feet don't touch the ground.

2. Bring your legs up towards your chest and stop until they feel perpendicular to your torso (your body should now resemble a ‘L' shape).

3. Engage your lats and arms to lift your body up towards the bar while maintaining this shape.

4. When your chin is over the bar, hold for a few seconds before lowering back to the beginning position.


Pull-ups on the L-sit Benefits

Core Stability and Strength

Control and awareness of the body.

Isometric Strength has improved.

Exercise Aliases

Sit Pull Ups.

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