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Old 02-10-2012, 08:32 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by miked96 View Post
We can turn this into the pullover thread!

Heres how John Meadows had me do them.

Dumbell Pullovers - Version 1 - YouTube

Also if you get a chance. My gym has the old Nautilus pullover like Yates uses in his videos. They are a great exercise!

Nautilus Pullover: Casey Viator - YouTube
^5 continues tension.
Above 45 deg. it becomes a Tri lift. Cross bench gives more stretch if you drop the hips. I have to do them as you do them. but used to do them cross bench.

The best case senareo is a machine like the Nautilus were you push with the elbos. This keeps continues tension on the Lats and core threw the whole range, no Tri's. Just many gym's wont have it because it is such a detailed machine and the general public wont even know what it is for. Just like a Sissy squat bench.
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