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Chest and Back Timed workout Part 2

This is a timed workout that consists of 80 push ups, 30 pull ups and 40 knee ups. This is an awesome workout for your chest, back and abs and will allow you to see just how much your strength and conditioning has improved over the weeks of training.

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I completed this exercise for the first time in my fitness journey on July 14th 2010 and my final time was 16 minutes and 49 seconds.

Today is one month later and my goal is to complete this workout in under 13 minutes.  My biggest issue during my first attempt was the chin ups. I struggled big time to pump out those last 7 or 8.  My lats were jello and I weighed near 200 pounds.  This time around I weigh about 187 and feel that my strength has improved alot.

Watch the video for my time and if you need instructions, see Chest an Back Timed Workout Part 1.

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