Fast work outs has it's benefits but so do super slow ones. By reducing your speed it almost becomes a meditative session as you count the time in your head. You also don't have negative impact of repetitive motion, especially if your technique is imperfect. Also at this speed you can have a better chance of noticing something you are not doing correctly. By doing slow workouts you can really feel the different muscles engaging as you move into each stage of the overall motion.
The video above shows me starting with a 10 second dead hang, before a 60 second chin up. I definitely noticed I rushed the last bit as I was feeling the burn! I Attempted a second rep, but will have to leave that till another day.
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