#08 – Pull up
Get a pull up bar with an overhand hold that is marginally more extensive than shoulder width.
How to do: Hang at a manageable distance—otherwise called a dead hang—guiding your legs somewhat before you toward frame a wide C. Presently press your thighs together and prop your abs; your body ought to stay inflexible for the whole development. Do at least for a min and take rest for one min and repeat.
Pull your elbows to your ribs and press your shoulder bones together. As you draw yourself up, envision that you’re pushing down on the highest point of the bar. Look straight ahead and pull until your neck or upper mid-section touches the bar.
Delay, and afterward gradually bring down yourself to a dead hang.