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3 times a week. M/W/F 7 sets of 15 max. After 6 weeks or when able to complete, change to wide, then after that, change to narrow. After that start using step or stair 1. Up to 3 steps. When you use 50 percent of you bw you do 15 reps. When you use 100 percent, such as pullups or dips, you do 7 reps. 15 sets of 7, but only 1 or 2 times per week. Kinda ...


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6'4 and 180 lbs sounds VERY lean (so you probably just need to eat more to be honest, more complex carbs to be concise). Assuming it's not an injury since you didn't describe pain, the most likely cause of this is that your ATP or glycogen levels are low. If you are depleted in glycogen, your first set will always be more or less regular, and then you will ...


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If it were me, I would just take it easy and rest. Why risk it? Go see the doctor and make some life style changes. Some of the healthiest people in the world drop dead because they just over do it. Why be healthy and dead? Enjoy life and take care of your body. Remember, you are not a machine. My blood pressure was just a tad bit higher than yours today. I ...


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What you've laid out actually looks like a well laid out plan for your goal, so good job for that. I'll just throw my few cents in for additional tips. Losing weight will certainly help you with pretty much every bodyweight exercise, however it's very important that you maintain most of the muscle you already have. Consume adequate protein (about a gram ...


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All of the exercises you listed are good, and of course, reducing body weight is helpful as well. However, the most difficult part of the strict muscle up is the transition between the pull-up and the dip, and the best way to train this movement is to do it. Like any other exercise, you will improve by working through a progression. If you wanted to increase ...


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