Hi, I'm Wendy, and I'm going to, today, I'm going to show you how to progress at pull-ups. This is very important because a lot of at-home workouts have pull-ups included. I find that ladies have a harder time doing pull-ups then men, could be because the grip strength is a little weaker. Working on your grip strength does help you do pull-ups but you've got to do the pull-up to get used to it. What we're going to do is start with a basic pull-up bar, we're going to grab the bar, hold on and hang. After you've proven that you can hang, we're going to do some jumping pull-ups where we're going to jump off a platform, up, hold ourselves for a few seconds, lower ourselves down, jump up, hold ourselves for a few seconds and lower ourselves down. After we do that, we're going to try it without the box, without the jump. We're going to just hold onto the bar, try to pull ourselves up and pull ourselves down. I do not use assisted pull-up machines, they are not good at teaching someone how to do a pull-up. You have got to get used to holding your body weight, that is the key to doing a proper pull-up.