Melt Belly Fat With This Back Exercise Tutorial #LLTV

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How To Do A Pull Up: Pull Up Tutorial With Beginner Modifications

Live Lean Nation, on today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m going to do an exercise tutorial showing you how to do my favorite “back” exercise that will not only strengthen your back, it’ll also help you build stronger arms, AND melt your stubborn belly fat.

One part of my Live Lean Transformation 100,000 Mission is to get you to move your body MORE effectively. In other words, focusing on exercises that give you the biggest bang for your buck.

These exercises are called compound movements, because they activate more muscles to perform the lift. Working more muscles, means a higher calorie burn thus faster body fat reduction (including your stubborn belly fat) during the workout (and after you finish the workout)… HELLO AFTERBURN EFFECT.

KEY POINT: Just because you’re not directly training your abs, it DOES NOT mean you’re not melting fat there.

You’re melting way more fat doing compound moves vs crunches.

An exercise that fits this criteria is the pull up. Now before you turn off the video because you can’t do a pull up…I’m going to show you various modifications to make this exercise easier so you can progress your way up, as well as more difficult so you can continue to improve.

Let jump into it.

Pull Up Tutorial With Beginner & Advanced Modifications:

Click each link below to go directly to that portion of the Pull Up Tutorial Video for your coaching cues on how to properly do the pull up modification.

#1. Jumping Pull Up With Partner Assistance From The Shoulders
#2. Assisted Machine Pull Up
#3. Inverted Row
#4. Pull Up With Partner Assistance From Both Ankles
#5. Pull Up With Partner Assistance From One Ankle
#6. Jumping Pull Up With Slow Eccentric (Lowering Of Move)
#7. Standard Pull Up
#8. Weighted Pull Up With Dumbbell In Ankles/Weighted Vest/Weighted Belt

So there are your 8 pull up modifications. Try to get at least 10 reps of the beginner pull up before moving up to the more difficult ones.

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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.

0 responses to “Melt Belly Fat With This Back Exercise Tutorial #LLTV

  1. Hi Brad, great tips. I love pull-ups and break up my entire workout in 5
    reps 10 times. I do 2 time with the same grip going from furthest to
    closest so that I focus on different part of my upper body. You obviously
    are the guru and I will borrow your technique. Do you think my approach is
    right or should I break up my workout differently as in more reps each time
    and adjust the number of times I do it? I am a fan of tibata and like to
    mix 5 pull ups with 10 push-ups. Let me know your thoughts.

  2. Brad, I can do ten pull ups and I don’t go all the way down. Normally I do
    50 pull ups every other day during lunch break. Whats differences doing the
    pull ups all the way down versus not going all the way down? Thanks!

  3. Great video! I have to say, as a girl I honestly used to think I’d never be
    able to do pull ups, but using these modifications over the years has
    really helped & now I can do up to 7 or 8 consecutive pull ups unassisted.
    Next year hopefully I’ll get my gainz up to Brads level. 🙂 There is no
    feeling more empowering than to literally lift yourself up! Ladies get up
    there & train yourself to pull up! Hire a trainer to help if necessary,
    this is a must-do exercise for everyone.

  4. Love this video. I think pull ups are one of the most overlooked exercises
    that hold some of the biggest benefits.

    I do a variety of pull ups with different grips, weighted and unweighted,
    and Max rep challenges.

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