Can’t Do Pull-Ups? Do Inverted Pull-Ups!
Pull-ups and pull-up bars are great if you can use them, BUT!!!
- Most women can’t do pull-ups.
- More than 50% of men can’t do pull-ups.
- And they both hate bolting anything to their doorway.
My WorkHorse™ is the ideal alternative to door mounted pull-up bars. It let’s you off-load a third of your body weight, so both men and women can target those neglected biceps and back muscles.
Don’t Neglect Half Your Upper Body
Push-ups target your
…half your upper body
Pull-ups target your
…the other half of your upper body!
You would never do bicep curls without also targeting the opposing muscles, your triceps. So why would you ONLY do push-ups and NEGLECT half your upper body – and not do Pull-ups?
It’s Portable – Workout Anywhere
Made of lightweight steel, My WorkHorse™ can instantly be setup anywhere.
- No Bolts or doorways to hassle with.
- Workout in your living room, take it outside, the office or on the road.
- Fold it up for easy storage when you are finished.
Because My WorkHorse™ is portable you no longer need to do pull-ups in the doorway or the garage. Continue your workout in the same space. Brilliant!
5-10 Minute Workouts
Short, high intensity workouts activate the fast-twitch, anaerobic muscle fibers. This stimulates a greater surge of Growth Hormone and Testosterone – two important hormones needed to add lean muscle and burn fat.
- Try a set of 100’s, 70’s or 30’s.
- Knock out as many push-ups and pull-ups as you can in 5-10 minutes.
- Combine the WorkHorse with your favorite aerobic workout .
We are all crunched for time these days. So a short, high intensity, burst workout in 15-15 minutes can give you the results you are looking for.
3 Advantages of Inverted Pull-ups!
- Both Men and women can do inverted pull-ups!
- Inverted pull-ups target more of your upper back muscles, the direct antagonist to your chest muscles, than a regular pull-up.
- Injury Prevention – If you can only do 1-3 pull-ups, that may be a maximum load and stress on your biceps and wrists, leaving your vulnerable to injury.
FYI – Muscle imbalance is a common cause of upper back pain. Over-training one set of muscles (chest) over another group of muscles (upper back muscles) creates muscle imbalance and is a leading cause of unexplained upper back and neck pain.