These are the top three pullup bars on Amazon.com under the Strength Training Equipment page here. We hope you find a good one and do great things with the Armstrong program! Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar The Iron Gym Workout Bar is the most common indoor pullup bar in use. It’s inexpensive, gets the job done, […]
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Candidate’s Question I’m thinking about doing OCC-R in two years once I finish my bachelors. Problem is that I’m 6’2″ and 258 right now. I know I have plenty of time to fix myself and get in regs so I’m not too worried about that right now. I do have some questions though. 1. What […]
This is great. Armstrong got me from zero pull ups to a steady 15-16 over the last year. I’ve been stuck there for the last few months and hopefully this will help me bust the plateau. On the tendonitis – constant body weight push/pulls and Armstrong over many months was wearing down my left elbow […]
Candidates, this is my recommended pre-OCS workout. I would do you a disservice if I only laid out a formula to follow. Instead, I’m going to show the process I worked through to generate this plan, so that you can copy the process and get a personalized workout for yourself. First: Rank Your Goals First, […]
Armstrong Pullup Program.com is the newest site in the USMC OCS Blog’s constellation of websites including Becoming an Officer.com. It serves as your simple, clean one-stop shop for the famous pullup workout. Feel free to leave feedback or suggest features or content. Semper Fi!
I’ve heard of many candidates who rocketed from less than 5 pullups to a max set of 10-15 using the Armstrong Pullup Program. The improvement came fast and strong at first. Everything was great. And then, staying disciplined, working out, and keeping optimistic…surprise: Plateau “Plateau: [Verb] to stop increasing or improving after a period of development.” You gained one, two, three pullups a week. You […]