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splice

i started doing chinns and there friggen great. Dr. D was right about them being one of the best excersises. My back as of know is tight and sore i love it. But i can only get 6 right now then i would have to do negs but how long do i let myself drop down.

Should i take 4, 5 seconds or just go slow enough to not just drop.
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chaire

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splice,
I have been training negative only for over a year. I to love no chins. I try to lower myself to the count of 10. When I can do 6 no reps in 10 seconds each I increase the weight.
God Bless,
Charlie
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Ciccio

I prefer 8 x 8 for NO chins, that's 8 reps each for 8 seconds.
Check out the absolute best upper body exercise article in the articles section if you haven't done yet.

Regards,

Franco
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splice

I am going to try these. I will do as many as i can ( full ones) and then do a few more negatives until the downward speed is fast.
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