My name is Robert Weeks, and today we're gonna talk about what are chins in powerlifting. Alright, guys, chins are universal. Chin is the ability to bring your chin and rest it to a certain level in which this case is gonna most likely be a bar. Whether it's at the park you have a pair of monkey bars, you pull yourself up and just hold your chin there for a certain amount of time. You notice that when you're in school a lot of the boys will be doing pull ups or the girls will be doing chin ups, just bringing their chin up and trying to hold it there as long as they can. In powerlifting this is gonna be very important cause this is gonna help you teach yourself that isokinetic concentration it's gonna require for your muscles to stay pump for a long period of time. When it comes to working out we get tired very quickly and that's because our body can only withstand so much. We can only so much nitric oxide and so much oxygen levels in our body but in powerlifting we learn how to dope these levels by constantly barading ourselves with supplements and workout and lots of rest. Rest is very important. Once you do this over repetitious amount of time you actually grow more veins in your body because you're delivering more pump, more blood, more oxygen to more membranes of the skin, more membranes of muscles and other tissues. So you definitely can understand why doing these type exercises are very important. It explodes you right out of a gate because you're really building yourself from the inner out and that's chins in powerlifting. See you next time.