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    width for back??

    i understand rows get it thick, but how can you get it more wide, anything else besides pullups?

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    ya weighted pull-ups, my back insanely dominates the rest of my body and weighted chins are the reason for that!

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    when i started doin pullups i saw great result with gettin them wider. maybe pulldowns its basically the same movement but just on a machine

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    Beside pull-ups? I agree with Hollywood, the only other thing is weighted pull up. When you are too toasted to do one more weighted pull up, get a bench and jump up and just do the negative (let yourself down nice and slow.)

    Gained six jacket sizes in four years doing exactly that.

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    yep its all about the negatives

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    I find underhand rows actually make my back wider, and if you have access to a hammer strength pulldown machine thats a great one to use as well

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