One arm dumbbell row:
Slight different version to extend ROM:
- place fot forwards closer to support arm and sit back towards opposit ankle
Felt stable and nice. Pull will be in a slight arc,instead of straight up and down. Propably not much of a difference, but it does give a slightly better stretch at the bottom position. #lats#back#lattisimusdorsi#latrow#row
HAPPY TUESDAY 💕
Today is #upperbody day (pull) so here’s a #throwback to a few months ago of one of my fav exercises to get your #lats on fire - lat pull downs 💪🏼 Today’s workout is going to consist of 👇🏽 1️⃣pull ups
2️⃣single arm machine rows
3️⃣kneeling cable lat pulldown
4️⃣single arm DB row
5️⃣wide grip lat pulldown
6️⃣DB row over inc bench SS seated suspended DB curls
7️⃣cable face pulls SS straight bar cable curl
Including different #dropsets & #restpausesets 💪🏼
-T Bar Row-
If you’re trying to build up your Lats, Traps and Rhomboids or just need a new exercise to add to your workout T-bar row will create a lot of tension in your lats especially and burn you lots of calories. Try it out!
🗝 Wide stance with your hips back and your chest up. 🗝Your arms should be extended. This will be your starting position. 🗝Pull the weight to your upper abs by retracting the shoulder blades and flexing the elbows. 🗝Do not jerk the weight or cheat during the movement.
Shout out to these two important peeps in my life. In less than 6️⃣ months with Rich's strength programming and Alice's nutrition guidance we (ain't no I in TEAM) managed to step on stage 2 kilos heavier. Season A stage weight ➡️59kg and Season B we stepped on at ➡️ 61.5kg. Those type of increases are not easy to make as a natural athlete when trying to stay lean but grow size 💪🏼at the same. Looking forward to seeing where a proper off season can take us Physique and strength wise.
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✅ Want Thicker Lats?! Try this next time you blast back! 🔥
✅ People who understand strength respect a big back. Hybrid powerlifters who do compete competitively, will tell you, never worry about the lifters with big chests or quads – its the guys with thick lats and spinal erectors that pose threats. A thick, strong back is a sign of a strong lifter. The erectors, lats, rhomboids, and traps are of paramount importance for both weekend warriors and competitive lifters. We all know guys at the gym that look impressive from the front but resemble middle school kids from the rear. Don't copy them.
Why a Big Back is Important
Training the back is crucial for strength sports as well as overall health and performance. A strong, thick back will bolster your bench, squat, and deadlift as well as support other lifts that help you get big and strong.
A thick upper back creates a nice shelf for the bar to rest when squatting, while strong lats allow a lifter to "lock in" their position on a deadlift and power through to lockout.
Your lats are also the foundation for all pressing movements. The wider and thicker your back is, the bigger the base of support you'll have to press big weights.
Furthermore, the strength in your upper back is crucial for shoulder health. Many people focus too much on pushing movements and neglect their pulling strength. At the very least, you should perform a pulling exercise every time you perform a pushing one to balance out the body.
Save this your next back day! Follow 👉🏻 @schoolofmuscle for more!
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Here is a few clips from today... It was back and biceps. Following a Legs, push, pull leg unilateral & full upper body split. I train fairly simple. (Without addressing biomechanics as it does play a major role).... Low volume. Heavy weight in hypertrophy rep range. Train to positive failure. Train for an hour, do cardio get out. Effort = results; not just in the gym but in with the food you eat you, the sleep you get, all aspects. 92kg at the moment I've just been going by the mirror not the scale. Density at an all time high. Offseason lean bulk to recomp in the works ✌🏾#beaboutitdonttalkaboutit
I strive for maximal taper and aesthetic proportions, a tight waist and wide shoulders and lats. I gained my inspiration to build my physique by the classic era bodybuilders such as Arnold, Zane, Serge and Sergio, respect to all of them. Im proud to say my shoulders measure 48im, chest messures at at 43, waist 28, flexed arms 15, quads 21and calves 14 with 6in wrists and 7.5in ankles to give some context for my frame.
Dont hesitate to dm me for my online training to get you the physique you want.
Have you noticed our MAG grip handles? If not then you need to make sure you check out our different MAG handles to maximize your back workouts! In the past 40 years little has changed; the same old lat bars and handles.
With over twenty years of development, MAG handles and lat bars have truly revolutionized the resistance equipment accessory market.
Finally, you can achieve a complete back exercise without the use of straps, hooks or any of the many lifting aids offered today. With its unique design, MAG is the most efficient and comfortable handle for pulling movements on the market.
Ready to change your thinking about how to get a great back workout? Come down to Outlift Athletics Today and get your back pump on! We are open 5am - 11pm! We'll see you here :) #outliftathletics#maggrip#attachment#lats#rhomboids#latpulldown#lowrow#eastsetauket#gym#health#fitness