Pull-ups are a compound exercise that engages multiple muscle groups, making it an effective calorie-burning exercise.

The number of calories burned during pull-ups depends on various factors such as body weight, intensity, and duration.

On average, a person weighing 150 pounds can burn around 112 calories in 10 minutes of pull-ups.

Increasing the intensity and duration of pull-ups can lead to more calories burned.

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Pull-ups can also help build muscle mass, which can increase metabolism and lead to more calories burned at rest.

Incorporating pull-ups into a regular exercise routine can contribute to weight loss and overall fitness.

It is important to maintain proper form during pull-ups to avoid injury and maximize calorie burn.

Pull-ups can be modified to suit different fitness levels and can be done with or without equipment.

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