Hang from a bar (or any kind of support), with feet in contact with a surface beneath you. Using both hands and starting with arms fulling extended, jump and pull yourself up until your chin exceeds the height of said bar. Stand on a box beneath the pull-up bar to reduce the distance covered. The jumping pull-up is most often used as a substitute for those unable to perform a regular pull-up.
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CrossFit Journal Articles
Two Training Aids
It has long been said that necessity is the mother of invention and this month we give support to that adage with two exceedingly simple inventions. Both devices address problems that have long plagued our training efforts.
CrossFit Coach's Prep Course
The movements page is a breakdown from your workout programming. It is a great tool for analysis, but it does not show you how to effectively design, scale or evaluate your programming. We highly recommend attending the CrossFit Coach's Prep Course to learn how. We attended the course and learned a lot. Check out the Intro To Course video by Chris Spealler and Nicole Caroll.