• Bodyweight Strength Training

  • Exercise Motivation + Muscle Building & Strength Conditioning - 100 Pull-Ups a Day 30 Day Challenge
  • By: Cody Smith
  • Narrated by: Cody Smith
  • Length: 14 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

One hundred pull-ups a day.... 

A challenge few are willing to accept. 

NOTE: This content is meant to be consumed in audio format. 

There is no greater bodyweight exercise than the pull-up to increase your strength and muscle gains. 

Dedicating an entire month and committing to 100 pull-ups a day will ensure you see the results you need. 

Even if you can barely do a couple of pull-ups, this 30-day program will guide you every step of the way. 

Grab your copy today.

©2020 Cody Smith (P)2021 Cody Smith

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Practically and challenging.

Biggest complaint is how long some of the workouts can be. The early workouts if you can't do a lot of pull-ups is over an hours because you're practically doing like 1 pullup every minute on the minute, so it takes a while to hit 100. I will add that the book does tell you that if you don't have time to knock out 100, shoot for 50 and build up your pullup strength so you can work your way into a shorter workout where you do more pullups per minute. Just prepare yourself for a long workout if you can't do many. Not to scare you but just saying.

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Great audiobook

maybe not for beginners. Don't get me wrong, anyone can do this with enough grit and determination but in my opinion, anyone who can do 3 or less pull-ups in a row will really struggle

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Though the book focuses on pull-ups

I decided to start with chin-ups instead. I'm not that strong and needed to start with an easier route. I'm seeing great progress even with just chin-ups and I might do it again with pull-ups once I get stronger.

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To my follow men out there over 40

make sure you're warming up before each workout. These daily workouts can cause a lot of strain on your muscles and your tendons if you are not careful. If you are over 50 or have experience shoulder injuries in the past, I would recommend not doing these daily. Extend the challenge out over 60 days instead leaving a day inbetween workouts (or more) to fully recover. Fitness challenges like these are fun but do proceed with caution.

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I'll be more than happy to finish this one

It took a little time to get used to doing this over an audiobook (or audio workout, whatever you want to call it), but you do get used to it. It's a tough challenge though I don't know if I'll do another one of these again.

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It feels a lot more fun that way.

My roommate and I are doing this together. We only have the one pull-up bar so we have to quickly get our reps in before the rest period is up and the new set begins. I'm just glad to be doing this with somebody versus doing it alone.

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This audiobook is straight forward.

It's strictly pull-ups. Normal, everyday pull-ups. Nothing special. I think most people would get bored with this early on and quit. If you want the results, show up and do the workouts. No excuses. Physically it was hard and also mentally. With each workout I kept trying to convince myself that there should be more to this. In reality, I just wanted there to be more to it as if more variety is what would lead to results. I didn't want to believe that just plain old, boring, hard work would do the trick. Then I would have to accept that I was fully capable of getting stronger even though it's much easier going through life believing their is some secret sauce that I just don't know about and that's why I'm not stronger. Nope. That was never the case. Now I'm rambling. Bottom line: do the boring the stuff and the results will follow. It's that simple.

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So far so good.

Using this to bust through some platueas. The change of pace from weights to calensthenics is nice.

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I've seen some interesting results

after starting the challenge. Sure, pull-ups/chin-ups get easier and you'll see some muscle gains in the biceps and lats. Here's where things got interesting. Deadlifts feel easier. I think just the pounding your forearms get from doing the pull-ups helps your grip. Better grip = better deadlist is what I'm guessing. I'm not a personal training, I'm not a professional, this is just what I'm seeing.

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hard but in a good way.

I thought I could just add this challenge into my normal workout routine but after the first few days, there was no way to do it all. I decided to strictly focus on these pull-ups, since it's only thirty days, and running every other day