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📝The muscle-up (also known as a muscleup) is an advanced strength training exercise, within the domain of calisthenics. It is a combination routine of a pull-up followed by a dip. Variations exist for the rings as well as the bar.
The muscle-up begins with the arms extended above the head, gripping a hold in the overhand pull-up position. The hold is usually on a chin-up bar or gymnastic rings.
The body is then explosively pulled up by the arms, with greater speed than a regular pull-up. When the bar approaches the upper chest, the wrists are swiftly flexed to bring the forearms above the bar. The body is leaned forwards and the elbows are straightened by activating the triceps. The routine is considered complete when the bar is at the level of the waist and the arms are fully straight.
To dismount, the body is lowered to the floor, and the exercise can be repeated.
As a relatively advanced exercise, muscle-ups are typically first learnt with an assistive kip. The legs swing (kip) up and provide momentum to assist in the explosive upwards force needed to ascend above the bar. The strict variation of the muscle-up begins with a dead hang and uses isometric muscle contractions to slowly ascend above the bar, without any kip.
On the bar, a closed pull-up grip involves the thumb on the opposite side of the bar from the rest of the fingers. When rings are used, an advanced position known as the “false grip” must be used in order to transition smoothly from the pull-up to the dip.
True to its name, the muscle-up targets a large amount of muscle groupings in the back, shoulders, and the arms. Major pull-up power comes from the latissimus dorsi muscle of the back and the biceps. Once over the bar, the triceps provide the bulk of the power for the final dipping motion.📝


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