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Since I’m on a tremendous kipping pullup spree lately I figured I’d just keep it going. Over the years I’ve compiled several corrective exercises (Some mobility drills, some stability drills and some for motor control) that I like to use to improve the kipping pullup. I’ve taken the ones I found most valuable and thrown them into a warmup that’s easy to do, concise and requires very little equipment. These are the same drills I used at Crossfit Tribe when I was coaching there. Hopefully this video will help some people struggling with the kipping pullup and give some coaches a couple ideas to throw into their warmup prior to a big workout with pullups. Without further ado, here it is!
Kipping pullups are like drugs, I can’t stop writing about them,
Dan Pope, DPT, CSCS
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