Back Workout #1: 5 Back Exercises for Building Bigger Lats

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Developing a massive back is a purpose every bodybuilder want to achieve. Great Back enhance the “V” shape that represents the bodybuilder physique.Several effective workouts exist that will encourage remarkable growth in the back, and many target the muscle from different parts and cause it to get bigger in different ways.

Workout Summary

Lats
Build Muscle
Beginner, Intermediate
1
Machine, Cable, Barbell
Male, Female

Workout Description

Developing a massive back is a purpose every bodybuilder want to achieve. Great Back enhance the “V” shape that represents the bodybuilder physique.Several effective workouts exist that will encourage remarkable growth in the back, and many target the muscle from different parts and cause it to get bigger in different ways.

Workout Routine

Back Exercises for Building Bigger Lats
1
Machine-Assisted Pull-Up
3 Sets of 10 Reps, Rest 1min.

2
Wide-Grip Lat Pulldown
3 Sets of 10 Reps, Rest 1min.

3
Elevated Cable Rows
3 Sets of 10 Reps, Rest 1min.

4
V-Bar Pulldown
3 Sets of 10 Reps, Rest 1min.

5
Rockers (Pullover To Press) Straight Bar
3 Sets of 10 Reps, Rest 1min.

Exercise 1: Machine-Assisted Pull-Up


Machine-Assisted Pull-Up
3 Sets | 10 Reps | 1min break

In this exercise you’ll need an assisted pull-up machin, so with keeping your body straight , pull yourself up as far as possible


Exercise 2: Wide-Grip Lat Pulldown


Wide-Grip Lat Pulldown
3 Sets | 10 Reps | 1min break


Exercise 3: Elevated Cable Rows


Elevated Cable Rows
3 Sets | 10 Reps | 1min break


Exercise 4: V-Bar Pulldown


V-Bar Pulldown
3 Sets | 10 Reps | 1min break

Sit down on a pull-down machine . then pull the v-bar down as you until your chest nearly touches the v-bar . and do not forget to exhale when you do your movement


Exercise 5: Rockers (Pullover To Press) Straight Bar


Rockers (Pullover To Press) Straight Bar
3 Sets | 10 Reps | 1min break

Lie on the flat bench and keep your feet flat on the floor . and put a barbell on your chest , and then bent your elbows until 90 degrees and rotate the barbell behind your head and then return the barbell to the initial position

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