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First Pull-Up!

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Went to a friend's house and they encouraged me to do a pull up and I did it in the doorway pull-up bar from standing (rather than from totally straight armed).

Either way, this is counting as my first pull up!

Age: 37
Weight: 170.6
Height: 5'8" (You'll perhaps notice I was 5'9" yesterday. Well, the doc set me straight :/ )

Just for recording purposes!!
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  • EVILKLOWN
    LMAO, yeah. When I was in the service, my ID card said 5' 11". And I weighed about 155 lbs.

    A few years ago I went to a new doctor who made me step on a scale that also had a height measurement gizmo attached. 5" 9" and 273 lbs. ROFL.

    I was wondering if I'd gain height if I lost weight ... you know ... the old joints expanding when they don't have to support all that weight.

    Answer: Uhhhhh, NAY. LOL.
    1763 days ago
  • LANA2520
    congratulation girl i dont know how to do one pull up and im 22 with the work out that i do i though i could do it but i cant so i gave up
    1773 days ago
  • KAYOTIC
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    1773 days ago
  • IUHRYTR
    It takes a strong back to do pull ups or chin ups. Today one, tomorrow, well, er, two! emoticon ! -- Lou
    1773 days ago
  • BILL60
    Hey Skinny, way to go. Pull-Ups are a great way to get humbled. Super upper body exercise. You should secretly buy a pull-up bar and practice at it. When set, go do some pull-ups at your friend's house a watch their amazement.
    1773 days ago
  • FIREFLY4407
    Sweet !!! I've been working on pull-ups too, but am not quite there yet. But I know I'll get there. You rock!!
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    1773 days ago
  • HAWAIIANMAMMA
    Congrats! How exciting!
    1773 days ago
  • KACEYSW
    Congratulations! That is quite an upper body accomplishment!
    1773 days ago
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