BANE wrote:Would doing at least 10 sets of 1 throughout your workouts work and fit some in whenever you can find a bar in off days?
BANE this is villainous thinking. That sounds like a good idea. You have to chin to get better at chins.
Every time I talk about increasing chin numbers I am reminded of a very close friend of mine who was locked up for a little less than a year a few years ago. He went in being able to do about one and a half shaky legit chin ups. He came out with over 20 dead hangs. Asked how he got his numbers up so high he'll simply say, "I was just bored and did lots of chin ups".