This article is for us dudes and comes to you courtesy of M&F, written by JOE WUEBBEN.
If you rotate between only overhand, underhand, and neutral-grip pullups, then it’s time to broaden your training horizons—and probably your lats. There are way more pullup variations than the simplistic body-weight tower at your local gym would lead you to believe. To walk you through six worthy pullup options, we called upon calisthenics icon Al Kavadlo, author of the best-selling book Get Strong and Street Workout and lead instructor for the Progressive Calisthenics Certification (PCC) program. (Visit Kavadlo at alkavadlo.com.) You may not be able to crush all six of these pullup moves—ranked from easiest to hardest—as impressively as Kavadlo, but your back will be bigger and better for trying.