Category : Back Exercises

Back Exercises

Yates Rows

Start by grabbing a barbell with palms up grip (like a bicep curl) that is slightly wider than shoulder width. Your stance should be approximately shoulder width apart with your knees slightly bent. Bend over at the waist slightly with the barbell… Read more

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Wide Grip Seated Pulley Rows

Attach a wide grip bar to the low pulley machine and then sit down on the machine. Next, reach forward and grab the handle with a double overhand grip that is wider than shoulder width. Now, lean back until your torso is straight up and your back … Read more

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Back Exercises

Incline Bench Yates Rows

Begin by adjusting an incline bench to approximately a 30 degree angle. Next, lie down on the bench face down. Reach down and pick up the barbell with an underhand grip, like a bicep curl and then let your arms hang naturally. Make sure your chest… Read more

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Wide Grip Pull Ups

Begin by grasping a pull up bar with a wider than shoulder grip and your palms facing away from your body. Allow your body to hang naturally and then pull your body up until your chin is over the bar. Squeeze your back muscles and pull your elbows … Read more

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T-Bar Rows

Begin by placing your chest on the pad of the machine and then place your feet on the proper platforms. Now, reach down and grab the handles with a double over hand grip. Arch your back slightly and look straight ahead. Next, pull the bar up to your… Read more

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Back Exercises

Sumo Deadlifts

Begin by placing your feet under a loaded barbell with a stance that is wider than shoulder width apart. As you get more experienced with this movement, you can move your feet wider. Your feet should still be halfway under the bar and your toes … Read more

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Back Exercises

Straight Arm Lat Pushdown

First attach a straight bar to the high pulley machine and stand back approximately 2 feet from the machine. Grab the handle with your palms facing down and hold your torso tight. While keep your arms straight, pull the bar straight down until… Read more

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