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6 Exercises to Help Master the Kipping Pull Up

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If you CrossFit, you’re already well aware of what a kipping pull up is. For those who don’t or are new to CrossFit, a kipping pull up can seem like poor form (do to the swinging action) or even a cheat exercise. However, kipping pull ups are a progressive, anaerobic test of endurance, which promotes strength, speed, and power to help build muscle mass. As with all new workouts, we at Activebeat.com encourage you to check with your doctor. In the meantime, check out this handy infographic from GarageGymBuilder.com that outlines the proper six step progression for the perfect kipping pull up…

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