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POWERFUL WOMEN OF THE WORLD:

It's Time to Get Yourself Over the Bar +
Experience the Power of Pull-ups
I ALREADY KNOW I WANT IT >>>

Become a Pull-up Queen Today for Just $47

"Women Can't Do Pull-ups" (and other absurdities)

The heavily perpetuated myth is that women lack the upper body strength
to pull themselves over a bar--that pull-ups are a feat of strength
available only to those who possess testosterone in droves, namely men.

Chances are you've heard some variation of this myth at some point in
your life, and it's possible that it's even deterred you from the
pursuit of pull-ups.

Many women won't even attempt to get pull-ups, simply because we've
been told we're not strong enough, so why bother? In fact, I've worked
with several women who say they want to do a pull-up, but are too
intimidated to try because we've been led to believe that it's too hard
and too far out of our reach.

Can we go ahead and collectively call bullshit on this?

The idea that pull-ups are only available to men is a cultural
limitation that seeks to keep us small. It's just one more way that
societal norms and boundaries limit our progress and steal from our
power.

This societal belief is simply a construct that keeps a myriad women
from experiencing the immense self sufficiency and deep fulfillment
that come from pulling ourselves up over that bar.

The truth is that you can do pull-ups. You can do them with and without
assistance. You can defy the societal myths that seek to keep you in
it's confines. If you're ready to commit to the pursuit of pull-ups--to
feel the exhilaration of getting over that bar, over and over again,
join me in becoming a Pull-up Queen.


Pull-up Queen Will Help You...

* Develop a solid foundation of upper body strength
* Improve pull-up technique + increase upper body strength
* Get your first chin-up or pull-up
* Build a strong, durable back
* Increase your pull-up reps
* Feel like a total badass in the gym (or anywhere you can pull
yourself up!)
* Increase your confidence
* Simplify the pull-up process + make them more accessible
* Empower you in and out of the gym

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I'm Neghar Fonooni--Pull-up Enthusiast + Creator of Pull-up Queen



I can still remember, with vivid detail, the first time I achieved an
unassisted pull-up. As soon as I got my chin over the bar I
felt...shocked. Excited. Empowered beyond belief.

I wasn't actually expecting to get over the bar. In fact, in my many
years of lifting weights, I had never even tried with any sense of
purpose or direction.

Sure, I messed around on the assisted pull-up machine, mostly to check
the movement off my list--but I'd never approached the movement with
the belief that I could eventually do it without assistance.

That is, until I was forced to take a long break from lower body
training due to a sports related knee injury. Without the ability to
deadlift, squat, jump, or run, I was faced with a choice: lament my
limitations, or focus on getting strong as hell in my upper body.

Thankfully, I chose the latter. Every training day for months I
practiced a variety of pulling styles and assistance movements. I used
bands, boxes, and partner assistance. I varied my grip, volume, and
intensity.

And after months of consistent, diligent, focused practice, it finally
paid off. I jumped down from that bar with a feeling of elation I had
never before felt in the gym. It was more potent than any personal gym
record or feat of strength I'd ever accomplished, and I was determined
to build on that feeling.

Today, I consider pull-ups one of my favorite and most impressive
strength skills. I can do up to 15 unbroken, as well as pull-ups with
added weight. In fact, my pull-up strength even led to me being able to
achieve my first strict muscle-up earlier this year, and has helped me
excel in all areas of my fitness regimen.

I'm a self proclaimed Pull-up Queen, because I believe in not only
cultivating physical strength, but in having the confidence and
self-worth to own it--and I'm going to help you become a pull-up queen
too.

What's Included in the Pull-up Queen Package?

THREE Pull-up Programs for
various skill and strength levels

LEVEL ONE

This 12-week phase of the program is designed for beginners. It will
guide you through upper body strength training while also practicing
chin-ups.

LEVEL TWO

For those who've been training consistently for at least a years or
more, this 9-week phase is designed to help you build on your upper
body strength and get that first pull-up.

LEVEL THREE

If you're close to a pull-up (or perhaps already have 1 or 2) and have
been training for over 2 years, this 6-week phase will help you get
your first and/or increase your pull-up volume.
* A 12-week beginner training program to build upper body strength
* A 9-week intermediate pull-up specific training program
* A 6-week advanced training program for pull-up domination
* Video library full of tutorials and tips
* Gear guide for all your pull-up needs
* Guidance on mobility + recovery
* Membership portal to conveniently host all of your materials



Get Pull-up Queen Today for Just $47

Get Pull-up Queen Now

* q-icon How do I access the program?
When you sign up for Pull-up Queen, you'll be automatically
redirected to create your login credentials. If, for some reason,
this doesn't happen, you'll also receive an email with instructions
on accessing the program via a secure portal. You'll be asked to
create a username and a password in order to access the videos and
downloads in a private, members only area.
* q-icon Once I buy the program, is it mine forever?
YES! You can download and keep ALL of the Pull-up Queen materials.
Once you buy the program, it's yours forever. We recommend saving
them to a Dropbox or other external storage site.
* q-icon Do I need access to a gym?
Yes and no. Some home gyms are properly equipped for Pull-up Queen,
and a gym membership may not be required. At a minimum, you'll need
a pull-up bar, assistance bands, a box, a barbell with plates
and/or a pair of dumbbells.
* q-icon What if I'm new to working out?
We've got you covered! Pull-up Queen comes with three levels, the
first of which is designed for new lifters or those to whom
pull-ups are relatively new.
* q-icon What if I already have a few pull-ups? Is Pull-up Queen for
me?
YES! Because there are multiple training programs included, you can
choose the option that's right for your current strength and skill
levels. Pull-up Queen will help you get your first pull-up as well
as increase the volume of your current pull-up repertoire.
* q-icon Can I do Pull-up Queen if I already have a fitness
regimen/program?
Of course! Pull-up Queen is designed as an "add-on," which means
that you can do it in conjunction with your current training
program, or on it's own, provided you supplement with some lower
body training.

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