I'm working on the samething...there are many methods.. a good routine to help up tht rep count... 4 sets to failure with weight (weather using a weighted vest or belt u can add plates to or even a backpack) last set take the weight off and go to failure again... then do 3 sets no added weight using negative reps try lowering yourself for 6 count and thn explode back up all 3 sets to failure ... thn 2 sets regular reps to failure.... buying a resistance band is a good investment after completing those sets it should be impossible for you to complete one rep by adding a resistance band it decreases ur bodyweight (u probably knw tht) and can add 1 more set to failure...keep the rest between sets to a minimum and train as intense as u can... try ths routine every other day..one week on and using ur regular Routine the next week thn repeat ths routine again... try it and see what happens
5 sets of 20 too start
I hate pull ups. My father tells me in hi school he did 1 handed pull ups! Also 1 handed FINGER TIP push ups!
It's hard but it is possible
Reps are not more important than results....
Wide grip being most effective..
Im not saying dont add weight, im just saying thats not always the safe and first answer to everything....