chin-ups


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chin-ups

[ˈtʃɪnʌps] NPL to do chin-upshacer flexiones (de brazos) (en barra o espalderas)
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Some suggestions may be to get a score of 270 or above on the APFF with a minimum of 6 chin-ups, complete a 12-mile foot march within three hours, pass the Cold Weather Survival Test (CWST) or Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS) swim test, complete a five-mile run in 40 minutes or less, and pass some type of combatives certification where the Soldier is not only required to perform but teach a certain move.
He also focused on rope climbing, pull-ups, chin-ups, and weight lifting to build upper body strength for the 35 to 45 pounds the competition would require him to carry in his rucksack.
Strength training exercises that help to tone muscles include push-ups, chin-ups, leg lunges, and abdominal crunches or curls.
After about the fifth take, you know, that's like 60 chin-ups already.
The guys do chin-ups, and the girls do a flexed arm hang, which is difficult.
Kamen slipped by with an ever-so slight move: the Segway isn't an exercise device, but by permitting people to move more efficiently during their daily tasks, there could be an abundance of available time opened up for people to walk or do chin-ups or whatever.
Falcone said: "I do a lot of circuit training using my body weight - press-ups, sit-ups, chin-ups - rather than weights.
T2 also foreshadowed the emergence of the action babe, with tank-top-clad Linda Hamilton opening the film doing very manly chin-ups.
Muscular strength and endurance exercises: 10 to 15 minutes of calisthenics, including abdominal crunches, push-ups, and modified chin-ups.
While I could always do more chin-ups than most of my classmates and was pretty fast on my feet, I was a bust when it came to competitive sports like softball and basketball.
Practice doing chin-ups on the bar with the body straight and the heels on the floor.