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Postby DanBor » Sep 06, 2006 15:32

Hello,
I have a question about ladder structure of the training.

Does anyone of the Members here have any experience with it?

I've been using it for about a month now, trying to improve my pullups (20 dead hang reps). So far I can perform 7. (Those are not regular pullups on the bar BTW - instead I wrap towel arround - those are killers).

Anyway, I do 1 rep, then let go for a couple of seconds, then 1,2 (pause couple of seconds), 1,2,3,... So far I have come to 1,2,3,4,5. Then I rest for 2-3 minutes and repeat from begining. I do 4 or 5 of such sets.

So what do you think? Should I make longer or even shorter stops between reps.

Thanks.
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Postby dragon » Sep 07, 2006 05:18

The correct time between reps is the same amount of time as it took to do the last amount of reps.

If using a training partner this is easy:-You do one rep,they do one rep.You do two reps,they do two reps.Etc,etc.

If you have no training partner just visualize and do a slow count for the same amount of reps you've just done.

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Postby DanBor » Sep 07, 2006 05:35

Yeah, I thought it is something like that.

I don't have a training partner so I have to visualize it.

Thanks Dragon.
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