Personally I'm a bit of a "Birkett warm-up" type: two or three chin-ups off the top of my board, then straight into 4 sets of repeaters: each set is 6x 7/3s, first on an 18 mm edge, then 14 mm, then 12 mm, then 10 mm; 2 mins rest between each set.
The older I get the more warm-up I need...
I just have a
Quote from: Doylo on August 25, 2017, 12:58:50 pmI just have a 30 seconds is a pretty short warm up though
Standing on the scales, I vary the load/fingers/grip. Of course, as you increase the load, the number on the scales goes down. I either continue on the scales - especially with single hand pulls - or transfer to bodyweight. As you increase the load, your feet naturally come off the scales anyway. I find this a brilliant way to warm up. Give it a go and report back!
Quote from: 36chambers on August 25, 2017, 03:37:44 pmQuote from: Doylo on August 25, 2017, 12:58:50 pmI just have a 30 seconds is a pretty short warm up thoughBit longer. No wifi in the garage.
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