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08-02-2010, 01:22 AM
 
Tonight I felt inspired to make a short instructional video on how to do DVR pull-ups in order to raise your pull-up numbers. Many people are confused about DVR at first and I hope this helps make things a bit clearer for the newbies.

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Explained the DVR idea quite well. Thanks!
 
 
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Duff great video and explaination. You explained it very well, there are some that doubt that DVR/VRT works, you are living testimony that it works.
 
 
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08-02-2010, 11:13 AM
 
Nice Job Duff,

I like your set up too. I have started a new pull up routine. I do 10 pull ups every minute for 10 minutes. A person can do 3 every minute then rest the remaining time until you it the next minute etc. It all depends on what level each of us is at.

DVR stuff really works wonders and you explained it well. Thanks!!

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Thanks guys. The great thing about DVR pull-ups is you can do them even while sitting in an office chair, so you can get the benefits of the "grease the groove" or "frequent interval training" method of doing lots of sets throughout the day. They also put ZERO stress on the joints while still strengthening the muscles. No bar = no excuse anymore!
 
 
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08-02-2010, 02:15 PM
 
Duff My Friend,

A+++ You could not have done a better or more thorough job of teaching the DVR Concept. Not only that but your back looks like an anatomy chart.

Great job Duff! Thank you for posting it.

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Thanks, John. I give full credit to you for introducing me to the concept of DVR, an amazing training tool for mind and body.
 
 
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duff, really well done
 
 
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08-02-2010, 03:55 PM
 
Good job, Duff.

As a matter of joke you wrote something like "face scrunching is optionnal for this exercise".

Being an intensive mirror user (for my VRT/DVR workouts) I would say that this face is not that optionnal. If you want to visualize the effort and create great tension, you are "obliged" to grimace that way.
 
 
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Well, if face scrunching helps, by all means do it!
 
 
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