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    Working middle back

    It seems the middle of my back is lacking size compared to my lats. What exercise can I do to work the middle of my back? Close grip rows and close grip lat pulls? Thanks

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    try bent-over bb rows using shoulder width or slightly wider width. bend at a 90 degree angle and pull to the waist. This has helped me thicken my middle back. Experiment with overhand / underhand grips as well

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    I use shoulder width or slightly more..isnt that normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chest6
    I use shoulder width or slightly more..isnt that normal?
    yea same hear i think it is normal by try hitting the deads to if your not already cause you need major lower back support if you wanna go heavy on the bb rows.

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    What about t-bar rows in the corner with a close grip????

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    oh well ya u dont gotta worry bout me i hit the deads hard as hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by D9S0M
    What about t-bar rows in the corner with a close grip????
    These are king of middle back mass!

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    Neutral grip t-bar rows are the king of middle back develop. The key is keeping the elbows closer to the body. Supinated-grip bent-over barbell rows are a close second. The next two would be neutral grip unilateral dumbbell rows with knee and hand support and seated neutral grip rows. It really depends on the equipment you have availiable though.

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    Supinated-grip bent-over barbell rows???? where do u grip the barbell??
    Last edited by D9S0M; 10-05-2005 at 04:24 AM.

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