the truth is most people will tell you 24 weeks. most of the time it’s a good idea to trust what most people say, but in this case it doesn’t sound right. everyone needs a different amount of time for pullups depending on their body type and level that they are at in training
this being said, i want to share that i have been doing pull ups for just under 2 years. i am currently completing my 3rd year of crossfit and after 2 months i was able to do 25 kipping or 5 with a bar overhead for my first set of 30 reps (of the month random selection)
my advice would be to keep trying, watch how many you can perform in a workout before your shoulder starts hurting, and continue working on it until you can actually complete more than one rep without pain. try changing things up- maybe add weights or use different grips. when you get pain from an exercise, don’t push through it! your body will tell you what it wants when giving signals like this
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