Chin-ups help keep your weight down. They also help to build up muscles in the arms, core and upper back. Chin-ups work best when you rise and fall slowly. The number of chin-ups you do in a session isn’t as important as making the attempt. For some guys, doing even one chin-up is like climbing Mt. Everest. If you can’t pull yourself up, don’t worry. Jump to the highest position you can and try to hold it. After you can hold your body up for a second, try lowering down slowly. A trusted friend can help lift you up.
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