How To Do A Weighted Chin Up With Weight Plate And Belt Exercise Video Demonstration and Guide
The Weighted Chin Up With Weight Plate And Belt is a way to add additional weight to the movement to build more strength in your
back, as well as your biceps.
I use a dip weight belt to lock in a weight plate, but you can also complete a
dumbbell weighted chin up by holding a dumbbell between your thighs or ankles.
To get started:
Grip a chin up bar shoulder width, with an underhand grip.
Hang, with arms fully extended with your legs straight.
Contract your back muscles, brace your core, and pull your elbows down to lift your chin over the bar.
Under control, slowly lower your body back to the starting position with arms fully extended.
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