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  • n. Plural form of chin-up.


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  • A fitness room has a rack of dumbbells, a trainer cycle and a large piece of equipment for squats, chin-ups and leg presses.

    A Bicyclists' House Built For Two

  • I can actually run now, and I can finally pick up my own weight and do pull-ups and chin-ups.

    Body by Design

  • Least Favorite Exercise "Push-ups and chin-ups are hard, but boy, is that stuff good for climbing."

    Go Climb a Tree, It Seriously Works Your Trunk

  • Here are the convicts plotting their plots, flooding their cells, doing their chin-ups, chiseling away at their shivs and shanks; here is the dead-eyed felon, and here the tittering psychopath.

    Prison Porn

  • "After 30 minutes of chin-ups and other exercises, I got so pumped I couldn't move anymore," Schwarzenegger told several hundred people at a "Celebration of Life" gathering at Forest Lawn cemetery in the Hollywood Hills.

    Jack LaLanne Eulogized In Calif As 'True Saint'

  • In Micro Sports, the games involve golf, drag car racing, chin-ups, keepy-uppies, rock-climbing and cheerleading.

    SLACKERJACK – Micro Olympics

  • Even with his paunch he could still do twenty chin-ups, something Chase had never been able to do.


  • With the battle over, Coop swam to the deep end and did chin-ups off the edge of the diving board.

    The Limit

  • In Thursday's pictures, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev does chin-ups, a forest fire rages in Israel, a military wife mourns her Marine husband and more.

    Photos of the Day: Dec. 2

  • Before I died, I wanted to do chin-ups at a chin-up bar in my house for a year.



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