Learning Experiences, Section 2 Units 4 to 7 - Perform a chin-up(palms supinated and determine which muscles are the prime movers stabilizers and

Learning Experiences, Section 2 Units 4 to 7 - Perform a...

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Perform a chin-up (palms supinated) and determine which muscles are the prime movers, stabilizers, and synergists. Is there a difference with a pull-up (palms pronated)? If so, what are the differences? Do as many chin-ups as possible. Which muscles inhibit your ability to perform more repetitions? What does this say about the chin-up as an effective exercise for the latissimus dorsi? List as many variations of pull-ups and chin-ups as possible. Describe how what you have learned during this experience will help you in your future training. There is a big confusion between this two exercises and it all come to how who position your hand on the bar. When I am doing chin-ups my palms are facing me, shoulder distance apart on the bar as known for supinated grip and my goal is to pull me weight up so only my chin is above the bar. When my grip is steady and ready I start to pull me self-up and crossing one leg behind the other. Thinking about taking my shoulder blades back and down to stabilize me back and spine. Strengthen my elbows to keep the
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  • Spring '17
  • muscles, latissimus dorsi, Muscles of the upper limb, Latissimus dorsi muscle, Chin-up, Carpi Radialis Ulnaris

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