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    back workouts with dumbell

    What exercises can I do for my back, with dumbells? Also, I need specific Lat exercises i can perform with dumbells. PLz help a brotha out. thanx

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    Bent over rows.

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    one arm dumbell rows is key

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickrizz
    one arm dumbell rows is key
    yeah that is what i meant to say just felt a little lazy. the bent over barbell row is a good one but it isnt a db.

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    Quote Originally Posted by )(PimP JuicE)(
    yeah that is what i meant to say just felt a little lazy. the bent over barbell row is a good one but it isnt a db.
    i thought that was what you meant, but it looks like your avitar will only be able to do one for a while

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    I like to take a dumbell in each hand, start light to see what you can do. Now lean stomach first onto a free incline bench, not one w/ racks, be carefull, it will seem like the bench is going to tip over but it wont. now w/ your chest against the incline bench and your arms dangaling down, pull the weight up to your chest slow and back down slow. It's like a t bar row but I feel it a lot more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickrizz
    i thought that was what you meant, but it looks like your avitar will only be able to do one for a while
    HAHA.




    That's funny stuff.

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    If you can isolate your back muscles well enough, you can try pull overs.

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    umm one arm bent over rows i do em on the flat bench

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    There was another thread about this.

    Bent over rows are good. Shrugs. You can do dead lifts if you have heavy dumbells.

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    Bent over rows, one arm rows, dead lifts, bent over raises(same position as rows except you move your arms up like in a lateral raise but be careful doing this).

    It's much easier to work your back with a barbell and also a pull down machine. Pulldowns are a great exercise for your back.

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    I prefer wide grip chins and behind the neck for my lats. Narrow grip chins are good too.

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    one arm db rows
    two arm db rows
    db deadlifts
    one arm db rows on bench
    two arm db rows on bench
    Pullovers (incline, flat, decline bench)
    db raises
    db raises on bench
    shrugs
    shrugs leaning forward
    etc....

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    thanks alot guYS!

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    yw

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