I read somewhere in a certain blog, that somebody had trouble doing pull ups for the first time. This person couldn’t do one single pull up because it was too strong. Well, this certain person need to not worry. When I first started doing pull ups, I couldn’t do them for shit either. When I first started bodybuilding, I could only do one or two reps. That was it. Now I can do ten reps or a little more. Why am I able to do more pull ups now? Probably ’cause I have been doing fitness for over a year and have gotten more strength. Keep doing the pull ups, you’ll be able to do more in the future. It takes time and practice to do good pull ups. Don’t want to do pull ups on a chair, that’s just exercising your legs and not your back. When you get into fitness and can’t do pull ups, don’t blame yourself. You’re just getting started, that’s what it is.
When you get into fitness, and people disagree with you on how you do things, people will point it out to you. That’s how fitness goes. You don’t run away and whine about it. You accept it and learn to get better. Take people’s advice and learn to deal with the critics. If you can’t take criticism, then fitness isn’t for you.
You’re not going to get a ripped physique with P90x. When you complete that program, you’ll be disappointed at the end.
I try to help others and give people advice with fitness the best I can. Of course, there will be some people that think I’m the badguy ’cause I’m too “honest” and they couldn’t take the truth. At least I tried to help. You need to have a good and positive attitude in fitness. If you’re going to be negative about yourself in fitness, then you wouldn’t get anywhere.
Edit to add: On another note, doing pull ups while standing on a chair is very very dangerous, it could fall out from under you and you could do a crash landing onto the floor, could get you badly injured. What was this guy thinking when he tried to use a chair to do pull ups on? Bad move. Idiotic, I must say.