ONE WAY TO make pullups all the more difficult is to tie on a weight belt, run its chain through the focal point of a weight plate, and thump out reps with the weight dangling between your legs.
Be that as it may, on the off chance that you flinch at the prospect of an unforgiving piece of iron swinging uninhibitedly close to your 21st digit, the angled back pullup is a superior option.
“This activity includes both a vertical and level draw from the abdominal area—most pulling moves include just a single or alternate,” says Martin Rooney, organizer of the Training for Warriors technique. “It augments center and stomach enrollment, so the curved back pullup hits about as much aggregate muscle as any lift.”
Instructions to do it
Fix a V-grasp handle on a pullup bar, and swing from it. Curve your back totally, and force yourself up so your chest meets your hands at the best and your middle is practically parallel to the floor.