The pull up bar should be about 3-5 inches above the top of the head, the athlete jumps up and pulls until his chest (right below the clavicle) hits the bar.
Totals (4 posts)
- 15 reps 4 times from Starboard Breech - Rows, Wall Balls, Jumping Pull up (Chest to Bar)s on Feb 18, 2013
- 20 reps 4 times from 4 RFT: Jumping Pull up (Chest to Bar)s and Dumbbell Hang Power Cleans on Dec 03, 2012
- 75 reps from Light my fire - Dumbbell Overhead Walking Lunges, Jumping Pull up (Chest to Bar)s on Oct 22, 2012
- 8 reps 6 times from Cave Dweller - Single Arm DB Presses, Bear Crawl With Dbs, Jumping Pull up (Chest to Bar)s on Sep 15, 2012
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