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I just completed my 3×10 sets last week. It took me no more than 3 weeks to achieve it, from not being able to do even 4 repetitions. How I did it: Before you start your workout session (every workout session, no matter if it's chest, shoulders or back day), have a good warm up and stretch your arms. Try to do as many pull ups as you can, rest for 45 ...
Doing 10 pullups is a lot different than doing 50 pullups. 10 pullups is a feat of strength, while 50 is more about endurance. It's quite easy to build up to 10 chinups and you can do so in a couple months (the other answers have already answered how). If you want to do more than say 20-30 then you have to focus on losing weight, pushing to max reps every ...
No better way to get better at an exercise that doing that exercise. I would only advise using rubber bands as assistance or doing negatives if you can't do a single pull-up. Since you can do several, keep at it and you will get better.
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