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Never back down on back day!

The back is an extremely important body part. Someone who really wants to develop a phenomenal back is going to have to do some heavy lifting at some point. This does not mean you have to train like a competitive powerlifter but you need to perform some basic mass-building exercises. ...

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Move of the Week: The Lat Pulldown

The Lat Pulldown, which typically requires a resistance machine with an overhead cable attachment, can maximize your lat growth!

Spread your wings! The Lat Pulldown, which typically requires a resistance machine with an overhead cable attachment, can maximize your lat growth and can be done with multiple variations: Wide-grip Pulldowns to the front Reverse-grip Pulldowns Behind-the-neck Pulldowns Unilateral Lat Pulldowns It is one of the most popular movements in ...

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Move of the Week: T-Bar rows

Beef up your back with T-Bar rows The T-Bar row is an excellent exercise to increase strength and size and should be a staple for anyone looking to build a thicker back. If you have lower back issues or posture problems you may find the seated rowing a better alternative. ...

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Move of the week: Bent-Over Barbell Rows

Bent-Over Barbell Rows are classic move that will build thick slabs of muscle and widen your upper back!

Bent-Over Barbell Rows are classic move that will build thick slabs of muscle and widen your upper back! It is important for any bodybuilder to achieve total back development to ensure success on the stage on show day. Judges look for thick back development along with lots of lat width and ...

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5 Moves For A Beastly Back

Louis and Freddie

Building a beastly back with Freddie Klopper and Louis Bessinger Muscle Evolution wanted to see what would happen if they got two of SA’s most exciting bodybuilders under the same roof and said: “Right guys, let’s train back.” And so, without any hesitation, we got Freddie Klopper and Louis Bessinger ...

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