I’m a US Marine vet who broke the world record for number of pull-ups in 60 seconds (which, in case you’re wondering… is 50!).
I help people around the world do things like prepare for physical fitness tests, do advanced bar tricks (like muscle-ups and front levers), get into the best shape of their lives, and yes… get their first pull-up.
It took me over 10 years of trial and error to figure this stuff out. When I was a teenager, my dad built a pull-up bar in the backyard and said to me and my brother, “How many reps can you do?” My brother and I said, “More than he can do!” — pointing at each other.
I came from a military family, and we’re super competitive, so that started a long feud between my brother and me.
When I wasn’t busy mowing the lawn, my hands were on the bar putting in my reps.
I didn’t know it at the time, but eventually I was doing more pull-ups in a minute than the current world record — which was 43.
At first I tried all the traditional advice you read, like adding a little weight each week and focusing on big muscle groups. But I kept getting stuck on the same strength plateaus. I even experimented with weird exercises I made up myself — like hanging from a bar doing bicep curls simultaneously.
But slowly, over time, I developed my unique style of training that helped me break all my plateaus. In fact, many Marines preferred working out with me — and doing my style of training — over just going to the gym on their own.
This style of training I developed helped me claim the world record for strict pull-ups in 60 seconds, and even compete in the finals on American Ninja Warrior.
In 2017 I left the Marine Corps to help people like yourself break your own fitness plateaus.
Step up your strength and fitness! For the first time ever, I’ve developed a bodyweight circuit using my unique style of training, and I’ve made it available to the public.
“I enjoyed the Body Weight Mini Circuit because it is straight forward and easy to follow. My movements became more explosive!”
“After doing the Bodyweight Mini Circuit for 3 weeks my results are below… Push-ups: from 18 to 36. Pull-ups: from 4 to 11. Dips: from 9 to 20. I made huge progress in my overall fitness!”
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