I’ve had the luxury to help hundreds of people over the course of my career. For those that were committed and took my advice seriously, they made tremendous gains. That’s right, not everyone that crossed my path transformed their bodies into the perfect picture of health. That’s OK though, not everyone is willing to do what’s necessary to get the results they want.
On the flip side, I’ve had the opportunity to work with some truly devoted people that have achieved some pretty amazing things and that has made it all worthwhile.
I’ve seen guys add 100lbs to their deadlift.
I’ve seen numerous women back squat their bodyweight and then some.
And I’ve seen countless others become a master of the pushup.
There is, however, one exercise that always seems to progress far slower than any other. It serves up a nice fat slice of humble pie. It’s like kryptonite for even some of the most dedicated athletes.
What I’m referring to is the pull-up.
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