If you want to target major muscle groups of your upper body, then upside-down pull-ups are the one.
What are upside-down pull-ups?
This exercise is considered bodyweight exercise.
In this workout, you hang off the bar, lift your legs upwards until you are in an inverted position with your feet parallel to the floor then pull your body up bringing the chest to the bar and lowering it again.
This type of workout takes a lot of practice, strength, and skills to perform it.
It helps engages your core and your abdominal muscles.
Benefits of upside-down pull-ups
Target your core, abs, back, biceps, and many more
Upside-down pull-ups engage major muscles of your upper body:
- Shoulder (anterior and superior)>
- Upper back.
Add this exercise to your workout routine and gain strength in your biceps and triceps and do your advanced workouts easier.
You can use this smith machine to do this exercise. Click here to know more details.
A good fat burner
Doing upside-down pull-ups in maximum reps and sets to burn those calories!
Strengthen your grip
The first think you would think about it while doing this exercise is that you don’t want to slip and crash down on the floor.
This will automatically improve your grip strength and build your hands to be stronger and bigger.