Tips for Women’s Pull Up Power | Franz & Yoana Snideman

January 28, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it! Watch as Kettlebell experts Franz & Yoana Snideman give you 3 tips on how to improve Women’s Pull Up Power.

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9 Responses to “Tips for Women’s Pull Up Power | Franz & Yoana Snideman”
  1. redzo2001 says:

    great tips thx

  2. Russin07 says:

    it looks soo easy on her but its NOT!!!

  3. verybadkitty08 says:

    Good tips and nice vid 🙂

  4. iiimke says:

    I want to be able to do that, too.

  5. aipyor says:

    which pull up bar would u recommend for home..thanks

  6. usbsol says:

    Hi thanks for all your videos, very good information on kb’s.
    With this one I wonder what these tips are for and why there are (only/especially?) relevant for women? Do they make pull ups easier, increase total body tension, provide a safer or more whole-body type workout?
    Best regards

  7. usbsol says:

    Hi, thanks for all your vids, very good information on kettlebells.
    Why are these tips relevant (for women) and what are tips for?; do they make pull ups easier, do they make total body tension easier or more complete, prevent injury, provide more of a total body workout??? And why are these not relevant for everybody?
    best wishes

  8. VictorTorres1 says:

    wow baby ure beautiful in shape and gifted 🙂

  9. pairunoyd says:

    man, how tall is she? a gymnast?

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